Several years back a neighbor bought an 199 Gold Wing from a lady who's husband had passed away several years and the bike was just sitting in the garage. The paint & chrome and all added accessories were in new condition but of course there was a lot of work to be done to get it back on the road. He rebuilt almost everything on the bike, carbs, forks, brake system flushed out the tank, changed to stator (early Gold Wings were known for bad stators), got it running like new. He rode it a couple of times and couldn't get comfortable on it. So he sold it, but someone got a beautiful bike that was completely rebuilt.
I know a lot of people have the room and time and more important, the knowledge to do that. My hat is off to them. Good luck with what ever you decide to do with the bike..
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