Hey, every/anyone! I've loved motorcycles from afar, and now I'm looking into buying a 1984 Honda Magna v65 or V45. I've been driving a 250cc scooter for years, but want something bigger that I can use for commuting and trips, as short or long as I want them. I know that might be a BIG jump, but I remember sitting on a Magna about 4 years ago, and it literally just felt right. Now, I've researched up and down all about the 80s Magnas, and now about every thing about them, just about. The one question I need help with is... Would it be smart to buy one that old now, knowing that that model is that old??? Wanting this to be my long-term bike, so would finding parts become a problem if anything were to happen to it??? Would this make Honda dealerships or bike shops knowledge of this bike dissipate because they haven't seen a lot like it??? I know that with older bikes, someone could be much more capable of lower cost maintenance because it's less fancy stuff, and more just motor and metal, and I'm more than willing to do things myself, but I do have a motorcycle shop in town, if anything were to go wrong. They are both VERY clean bikes, but I just would like some insight on if, since it's not really around anymore, would this be a smart/good purchase.