Terry Vance and Brian Hines were sort of the Lennon-McCartney of the motorcycle industry. They started out working for Russ Collins at RC Engineering. They went their own way as a motorcycle drag racing team and speed parts manufacturer, cashing in on the rising popularity of Japanese motorcycles in the USA. They also got involved in road racing. The 600cc Super Sport class was extremely popular. They fielded some in the AMA series. In 1992, they built 600 replicas. Each one was numbered. This is number 353 of the 600. It shows 9,133 miles and the fiberglass covers are in excellent shape, and the colors have not faded. The seat has no tears. The Delta Box frame is unscarred and the ducts going through it to feed the carburetors are in excellent shape.