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#223600 11/15/2008 4:50 AM
by RGSDave
I am looking to create a new topic about RGS' specifically. Of the 1,584 Rocket Goldstar's produced, I'm aware that there are only about 3,000 left.

I just thought that I would start a list of the RGS' that are documented or not. I will start off with my Rocket Goldstar "Special" which I still have not been informed what exactly is special about it, but was stated in my dating certificate to be one.

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#877838 Apr 16th a 05:07 PM
by Boomer
Originally Posted by Dave Comeau
Road frame can tell from pix, but is it 63 by VIN? or 62?

If you do a simple search for BSA numbers you will find that your frame number is in the '63 range. For '63 GA10 frame numbers started at GA10 390 for both road and scrambler models.

Bill B...

I call it a frame number and not a VIN number because Oregon, and a few other states, used the engine number as the VIN. During the GA10 era BSA did not match engine and frame numbers.
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