I had to make the jump to a cruiser. I don't know if it was the 150 mile ride on my sport tour bike (Bandit 1250S) or road conditions in Wisconsin that made me take the jump? Either way, I came across a bike in my local area (12 miles) and that is something I could not pass up. Bike looks like it might have been dropped on the right side maybe on a trailer. The gas tank has a little crease in it but no rash, guessing from hitting angle iron on the trailer. The front fender has some interesting paint damage but nothing looks like a accident. The test ride was not really a good one, the bike had been sitting for a yr and the carbs needed work. Still it drove very well and to this day the most comfortable motorcycle I have ever ridden. DSCN0002 by Tim Brown, on Flickr DSCN0001 by Tim Brown, on Flickr This is a pic of replacement bracket for the top of the radiator. The old one had broke off at some point. DSCN0011 by Tim Brown, on Flickr Some of the PO wiring that needs to be addressed. DSCN0005 by Tim Brown, on Flickr Cleaned the top of engine once the carbs were out. Three jets were plugged in the carbs along with a little crud. Not too nasty so I guess that was why my test ride was not too bad. Here is the big space for the six carbs to go back into. DSCN0009 by Tim Brown, on Flickr So far the valves have been done, all were out of spec maybe never touch. 76K miles on her now. Carbs cleaned and bench sync, brakes seem good, but did a quick bleeding of lines to check for air, didn't see anything. Need to put the carbs back in her today and take a look at the gas tank. More to come.