Might help with potential buyers if they knew where this bike is located. And you might get out of state potential buyers if you added some pictures of the bike. Other than that, if you really want to get it running you'll have to go through the whole bike, replacing all rubber parts, complete carburator cleaning, complete flush brakes and replace the lines more than likely, check/clean all electrical connections and on and on and on. Look at what others have done with their restore projects. It's a very lengthy process. Would also be great if you actually introduced yourself to the forum members. To give you an idea of what your post looks like to others, it's like you just walked into their home and they have know idea who you are and now you are throwing questions at them. Would that be rather odd and almost scary to you? Just trying to help you.