Welcome to the board …..
Your bike will need two new tires, inner tubes, wheel bearings, carb boots, the bit of plastic that sits on top of the swinging arm to stop the chain from rubbing that costs an arm and a leg and means dropping the swinging arm (sorry, don’t remember the technical name for it), seat cover, fork overhaul, cables – you can see where this is going …..
The price is right for a bike that has had all these replaced recently (in the last year), but for a non-runner that’s been sitting for years – No “flipping” way.
The good news is that all parts are readily available (unless you’re in Canada or Britain), and these bikes are fairly easy to work on.
But – (there’s always a “but” isn’t there) – Why would you consider a round trip of 3000 miles to pick up this bike ?
Because it’s ultimately your location that sets the price for this machine …….
(other than that - great colour choice -and no known problems with that year)