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I went to State Farm insurance the other day and they entered the model 2007 VT750DC into their computers, but there was a list, each with VT750DCA or VT750DCB, etc. So, for my '07 black VT750DC, is it an A, B, or what? I'm quite sure it has something to do with what color, but I don't know which letter represents a certain paint scheme. Also, would price of insurance differ based on what color paint the motorcycle has? Answers would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Car insurance is modified by colour not sure about bikes. Check the VIN on your bike, should be able to search on that to find out.


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I already looked the VIN up at this website: VIN Decoder for cars, trucks and motorcycles @ Motoverse.com

This is what came up:
2007 HONDA VT750DC
VIN:JH2RC44087M101037
World region:Asia
Manufactured in:Japan
Year:2007
Make:Honda
Model:VT750DC
Body style:Road / Street
Drive type:RWD
Cylinders:2 Cylinders

It doesn't state whether my black '07 VT750DC is an A, or B, or something else.
 
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