Went and looked at it and it's in decent shape. Needs some TLC though. Original red paint and side covers are nice. Low miles, less than 30K on the odometer. Owner started it, idled ok to be cold. Spit and sputter (backfired) a little when I would open the throttle some. Owner says he hasn't rode it much in a while. Still has current tags on it so it hasn't been sitting to long. Owner said he use to ride it back and forth to work and it ran fine than. Seat and pipes have been changed(don't like either) would want to go back stock and sometime in the bikes history someone put the mac daddy touring kit of the 70's on it. Full fairing(didn't see any brand name on it) bags, trunk. Bike is also missing original turn siginals frt. and rear because of the fairing and bags that were added and don't think the current owner has them. Not sure if original headlamp is still on bike or not. I've heard that many times when these fairings and bags were put on back in the day many times they would butcher the original wiring all to h^#% when hooking it all up. (Know nothing about troubleshooting wiring) If I bought the bike the first thing I would do is take the fairing and bags off. I like the naked look and these early Wings (look great that way) Just afraid might run into a mess that would cost big dollars to get it all straightened out. Has anyone here run into this type of set up with there old GW and what did you do. Any info and opinions would be great. What do I look for when checking out the wiring and how its hooked up that would tell me if it's right or wrong. Would love to have a first year GW, but dont want to have wiring problems with it that would make my first GW purchase go from a dream come true and it turn into a nightmare.