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The attached photo isn't working, however these old bikes are generally considered pretty easy-ish to work on. Plus the cool part is that once you learn how to work on one, you can basically work on most of them from the same era (long live the Universal Japanese Motorcycle lol). The downside is parts availability can get pretty sparse/expensive, so you may need to get creative with some things.

A hypothetical example is if you damage your tank. You may not find a replacement tank anywhere and have to resort to repairing your tank or buying a parts bike for its tank.
 
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You're welcome! :) That's a nice looking bike! That said, that seat does not look comfortable. lol
 

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Holy smokes, you found that in Chicago?!?!? Good deal on an awesome bike! Mmmmm that bike is so darn pretty!

If you ever want a riding friend, I'm only 40 miles nw of the city. :)
 
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