I am quite familiar with them; however, I assume this one has a racing history. Is it now a museum piece or does it get flogged now and again? They are absolute beasts, and beautiful factory pieces!
I did not realize you meant that bike specifically.
That particular bike was the last RS750 to win a National race at the Joliet Half Mile National in 1998 with Rich King, Number 80, riding it.
It started as one of two built for Doug Chandler (number 10) as a C & J Blue framed RS750.
Chandler raced it from 1984 to 1989
Steve Elkland raced it next in 1989 and 1990
Team Owner Craig Rogers had it next with many riders, including Dan Ingram, Andy Tresser, Gary Rogers, Will Davis and Rich King riding.
It was retired in 1999, with an 2002 engine rebuild by one of the best known and highly respected Skip Eaken rebuilding the motor. It was run then and has not been restarted since.
The Aluminum swingarm is a one off HRC part, as most C & J RS750ís had Steel swingarms