Check the fuel filter for rust. Inspect the tank if possible. Any carb issues? They sometimes can be cleaned out with Seafoam, but often need to be removed and rebuilt.
The mileage if fine, if anything a bit low, indicating that it might have sat up for a while. Pull the plugs and look for fouling. Brakes and carbs are usually the main things. Most of the guys here change the timing belts unless you know for sure that they have been changed. Remember that they would be 24 year old rubber, and if they break they trash the heads and even pistons.
If it runs good, the carbs are probably ok. I'd still pull the plugs and look. Also, check the date codes on that "new" rubber and makes sure that they aren't old. They are probably fine, but check because it's so easy to do. Just because they have good tread doesn't mean they are safe. If you dont know where to look, do a google search, or search on this forum. I know its been discussed many times here.
Sounds like you have a winner. What model and what are they asking for it?
Biggest drawback to the 1200 series is the stator/battery charging issue. Pull the battery-side cover, and check to see if the connector for the alternator has been hard-wired by any of the previous owners.
If it has been, and the bike is charging at 13vdc or better at 1,700 rpm you should be good to go. Just keep the oil and filter chaged at 3,000 mile intervals to help pro-long the life of the alternator and engine internals. Happy motoring... :gunhead: