The bike only had two foreign owners, comes with many extras and it's an incredible and very powerful bike.
It was imported from Japan to Thailand in 2003 where it first ran by a British citizen who only rode around 2,000 km a year when on a short holiday.
It had 16,400 km on the clock when I bought it and I've put 4,600 km on. It now has 20,200 km on the clock, the engine and the whole bike look brand new.
Some extras like a windshield, a crashbar and an additional high beamer under the regular light, plus various other stuff.
The bike just had a new battery, I've got the green book in my wife's name for insurance reasons. It's a must-see and it's one of only 3,000 Viragoes that were made with the frame and engine number starting with 4 PP>
The gears have one more tooth, the fifth has got two more which makes the engine turn around 250 fewer RPMs than other 1100 cc Viragos.
All fluids were just changed, it's got a new air, fuel, oil filter, new brake pads, Master brake cylinder was just overhauled and so were the calipers.
It's got full compression, 10.7 on both cylinders, a compression test can be done it wanted, there's nothing to hide.
It never fell or had an accident, it looks as it just came out of a showroom.
It's got a drive shaft, so no headache with a chain and sprockets. Once a year 200 ml of oil, that's all that has to be done.
The bike is unbelievably fast, I could never test the high speed, but I'd think that 200 km/h are easily possible. Of course not on Thai roads that would be suicide.
The front double discs are great brakes, the rear tire has a drum brake with good shoes. The front brake pads are new, so is the fluid and many other things.
The bike's registered in lower northeast and please feel free to give me a call if you'd like to see it.