Unless you a type that has a lot of time on your hands and love working on a project to see your accomplishments and plan on keeping for a long time I would get rid of it now before you put any more money into it. Since it is an 82 some parts might not be available. If the plastic and other parts are good you can probably sell the parts. Even if you get it running it is stuill an 82 and not worth much.
clear title. put in gear and it turns over.
thinking it has sat longer than led to believe.
guess 5-6 years??????? tooked starter appart
brushes bad, and berring on end grinds and turns very
I can attest to this, even with a bike that is on the road. Even if you don't do some work/maintenance up front, you will do it sooner than later. I have kept a spreadsheet of what I have spent on my '85 LTD since I bought it in the fall of 2015 including "shop" supplies and it adds up quickly - not for the faint of heart. Cost for tires, battery, oil changes, fluid changes that should be just regular maintenance adds up quickly. I have not kept track of my time to do the work, but would not pay a shop to do what I have done.There is no such thing a good running cheap Goldwing.