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OddN

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How many Brandywine 2002 SERK's are still around
« on: September 25, 2020, 04:20:15 PM »

Probably an impossible question to answer, but it would be intriguing to know how many are still on this forum...

I have spent quite some time on the H-D VIN checker, along with a check digit generator, and I believe I have all the 408 VIN's confirmed by H-D. I also have quite a collection of links to ads from approx the last 10 years with different Brandywine SERK's, some of which I have the VIN and others that I do not have any VIN. So some of the ads could be of the same bike, but I fell pretty certain that I have at least 50 unique bikes covered. I also have at least 4 VIN's of salvaged bikes but there are probably more.

Of the 408 bikes there are 38 destined for California (identified by a "3" as the 8th digit) and none were so called HDI bikes (should have had a "5" as the first digit). So maybe H-D didn't use the HDI designation that early? The parts catalog definitely mention international models, and lists kmh speedometers. As a side note there were two purple SERK's sold brand new in Norway in 2002, so some sort of international models were definitely available.

However, is it acceptable to publish the list of VINs that I have? It would give some indication of what number in the sequence a specific bike would be, although there is no garantee they actually left the factory in that order.

My bike has number 1HD1PDC342Y950068 (no secret here, as this is public information here in Norway) and according to my list it is Brandywine SERK number 26 in total, and number 2 ! delivered to California. It has a production date of june 25th 2001 according to a label inside the left saddle bag, and was sold new by Orange County Harley-Davidson in Irvine California.

Anyone else want to share their Brandywine SERK?
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Re: How many Brandywine 2002 SERK's are still around
« Reply #1 on: September 25, 2020, 05:41:08 PM »

As I said VIN numbers are no secret here in Norway, anyone can look one up, so here's another Brandywine SERK, number 1HD1PDC152Y950465:
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Re: How many Brandywine 2002 SERK's are still around
« Reply #2 on: September 25, 2020, 06:00:53 PM »

Show your Brandywine SERK is a game I'll always play!  Here's mine in current form.

It's been several years ago but a group of us with these bikes tried to figure out how many were on the site then.  Me and two different Jeffs.  PJ still had his.  A few others I can't think of right now.  Best recollection is there were seven or eight known members with the red 02 SERKs at that time.

They were always rarely seen.  I've not seen another besides mine in person in a long time.  Years.  Have seen bits and pieces of at least eight different bikes parted out on eBay over the last ten years.  It would be interesting to know what's left but of course we never really will.
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Re: How many Brandywine 2002 SERK's are still around
« Reply #3 on: September 25, 2020, 06:16:17 PM »

It would be interesting to know what's left but of course we never really will.

I'm afraid you're right. We'll never know the whereabout of all 408. Even if we got 100 I'd be impressed.

So, before I do something stupid here, is it OK to share pictures and VIN''s that I have collected from old ads on cycle trader, chopper exchange and other sites? Wouldn't want to step on anyone's toes, or right out do something illegal...
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Re: How many Brandywine 2002 SERK's are still around
« Reply #4 on: September 25, 2020, 06:21:49 PM »

There are two more (so four in total) here in Norway. One has had an accident and has been repainted black. These last two I only have pictures from a restricted fb group so not sure I should share them here... But their VIN''s are: 1HD1PDC152Y950577 and 1HD1PDC162Y950698
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Re: How many Brandywine 2002 SERK's are still around
« Reply #5 on: September 25, 2020, 07:03:59 PM »

I'm afraid you're right. We'll never know the whereabout of all 408. Even if we got 100 I'd be impressed.

So, before I do something stupid here, is it OK to share pictures and VIN''s that I have collected from old ads on cycle trader, chopper exchange and other sites? Wouldn't want to step on anyone's toes, or right out do something illegal...
Since that info was gathered from public postings on the internet it's free information and not any issues IMO.

Information coming from any restricted source(s) (even though it would only take a person being a member of Facebook and joining (and being approved by admin of that group) out of respect for that group probably would not be a good idea to public post info from it.

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Re: How many Brandywine 2002 SERK's are still around
« Reply #6 on: September 25, 2020, 09:58:04 PM »

I'm afraid you're right. We'll never know the whereabout of all 408. Even if we got 100 I'd be impressed.

So, before I do something stupid here, is it OK to share pictures and VIN''s that I have collected from old ads on cycle trader, chopper exchange and other sites? Wouldn't want to step on anyone's toes, or right out do something illegal...

Here in the Screamin Eagle Road King section of the site you could start curating a registry of the known bikes.  Other sections are already doing that for other models here on the CVO site.  For the Candy Brandy SERKs it'd be a small group of us.  But.... so what?  Still fun and a little interesting.
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Re: How many Brandywine 2002 SERK's are still around
« Reply #7 on: September 26, 2020, 04:56:36 PM »

Since that info was gathered from public postings on the internet it's free information and not any issues IMO.

Information coming from any restricted source(s) (even though it would only take a person being a member of Facebook and joining (and being approved by admin of that group) out of respect for that group probably would not be a good idea to public post info from it.

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My thoughts exactly. I'll leave out anything gathered from restricted sources.
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Re: How many Brandywine 2002 SERK's are still around
« Reply #8 on: September 28, 2020, 04:30:22 AM »

It is probably worth mentioning those no longer with us also. First of the salvage VIN's is number 1HD1PDC192Y950033. Pic is from Kansas City ca 2018:
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Re: How many Brandywine 2002 SERK's are still around
« Reply #9 on: September 28, 2020, 04:34:34 AM »

Second salvage bike I have is 1HD1PDC192Y950193. Pic from Denver CO, taken in early 2020 according to the tags on the pic:
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Re: How many Brandywine 2002 SERK's are still around
« Reply #10 on: September 28, 2020, 04:36:53 AM »

Third salvage, 1HD1PDC112Y950270, Sacramento 2017:
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Re: How many Brandywine 2002 SERK's are still around
« Reply #11 on: September 28, 2020, 04:40:45 AM »

Fourth salvage, 1HD1PDC1X2Y950803, Lorrain OH 2019:
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Re: How many Brandywine 2002 SERK's are still around
« Reply #12 on: September 28, 2020, 04:43:29 AM »

Enough of the sad stuff for now. We'll hope they donated some parts that came useful to other SERK's.

I have a couple more salvage pics, but not with confirmed VIN's so I'll leave them out.
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Re: How many Brandywine 2002 SERK's are still around
« Reply #13 on: September 28, 2020, 05:05:25 AM »

Lowest number I have from the sales pages is 1HD1PDC132Y950058. Was for sale at Zoom Motors in Reno NV. Don't have a date, but a mileage of 1638 and an asking price of 24500$ indicates it is quite some time ago. Also the fact that the bike looks bone stock, down to pipes, stingray seat and tinted windshield. Ad is still searchable on google though.
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Re: How many Brandywine 2002 SERK's are still around
« Reply #14 on: September 28, 2020, 05:13:37 AM »

Next is more of a funny fact. It's an ad from 2011 in Weed CA. And although ad doesn't state the VIN, this bike has so much in common with my bike that I'm certain it must be the same. 18 inch wire wheels, Corbin studded solo seat with passenger pillion and backrest, Arlen Ness dash and V&H true duals all add up to confirming that this must be number 1HD1PDC342Y950068. Ad is still visible:
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