I recently looked at an 89 with 1700 miles for $1,100 and passed on it. The bike was in surprisingly good condition but there were several little things wrong with it, none of them deal killers but all added up, if I were to fix everything I probably would have spent $300 or so in parts and several hours of my time. Perhaps what finally made we walk away was the original tires, while there was no apparent rot, old tires are just that, old tires and the thought of having a tire blow at 55 or somewhere out on a remote trail isn't real comforting. That said I think I'll be looking for something less than 10 years old that I can enjoy riding without having to spend time fixing. Just one guys thoughts, I've fixed enough bikes, now I'm more interested in riding them.