This is a project. My project to be exact. It is not for sale. That is why it is in the projects section, and not the classifieds. Who says there is no such thing as a free motorcycle? Okay, so it isn't running, needs new tires, battery and a shit-ton of other work. But it still didn't cost me more than the gas to go pick it up. As everyone knows, the best way to keep a project going is to start another project as soon as possible. Both of these projects will be slow going, as I am playing single father while my wife is in Texas until December finishing up her degree. This was actually my very first bike at the ripe old age of 18. I sold it to a friend who put a few miles on it before someone tried to steal it. They destroyed the ignition and weren't able to start it. So they tossed it in some bushes to be discovered by the police a few months later about 100 feet from where it was parked. He left it sitting (rotting) under a tarp for 5 years and lost interest in fixing it. The bodywork is in perfect shape, other than a broken left turn signal and some light scratches from a gravel driveway tipover. I actually did that over 10 years ago, on my first time ever riding a motorcycle. I didn't know anyone who knew how to ride and the parents wouldn't let me have one. So I went and bought this on my 18th birthday, woke up the next day and proceded to teach myself how.