$3,000 includes second set of wheels (see below), 1% to BARF if it sells here.
I'm the third owner, bought it in 2016 with 3,700 miles on it from another BARF'er.
I'm just not riding it enough to keep it in the garage.
It's no garage queen (actually, it's ugly as sin), but it's got some nice goodies on it, and most importantly is ready to take you (short) commuting during the week then moto-camping on the weekend, pretty much anywhere you want.New battery (installed 8/29/19)
big-ass Clarke Tank (over 3 gallons)
Seat Concepts seat
Acerbis Hand Guards
Second full set of 21"/18" wheels (rotors, sprocket).
The one off the bike has the stock 44T rear sprocket.
The one on-bike is a 47 toother.
3X3 Airbox Mod.
burly ole' aluminum Skid Plate
Unabiker Radiator Guards
TT Case Protectors
aftermarket Mirrors (yes, I broke off one of the originals on a trail)
SAE (i.e. Battery Tender) Connector
Stock parts in a box (front plastics, seat, tank)
Maintenance stuff, including Clymer manual, a few oil filters, and a second air filter
Carb cleaned and re-jetted at 5,600 miles, spark plug replaced then too.
Tires currently on bike are the awesome Shinko E-804/E-805s with ~half the tread life still on them.
The ones on the second wheelset are an old set of the POS Shinko E-705s.
It's been garage-kept while I've had it, but I'm guessing one (or both) of the prior owner(s) stored it outside for a significant portion of its life.
Although I have taken good care of it in the garage, it's spent about half its hours with me on trails (camping + Hollister, Carnegie, and Metcalf).
It has been down more than once with me.
And it had been down before me too.
It's a dual sport, and its spent its life doing both sports...
Buy it, ride it straight to the OHV park, dump it a bunch of times, ride it home, take it camping next week.
Test ride with asking price cash and your M1 in my hand.
I'll replace the oil, oil filter, and clean out the air filter before selling.