You didn't miss anything. It's just that I know with older bikes there is maintenance involved and parts are obviously hard to find as well.Did I miss something in the ad Greg? I'm betting that beauty has been treated with the utmost of care and would be pretty much maintenance free.
My dad had a friend who had a blue '78 with gold shiny bits. Paid a ton to have the Vetter bags, trunk and fairing painted to match, and I'll agree, it could not have been more perfect looking.
No Jim, there isn't if it's over 10 years old and for personal use. All you have to do is register it as an import and you can do that on your side of the Ambassador Bridge!Only 4 hours away from me! ROAD TRIP! If I only had a passport....Any special paperwork needed if you buy a vehicle in Canada and transport it back to the states?
Well I too got all nostalgic seeing the old Wings at Calhoun and the great condition some of them were in, that I have gone out and paid a deposit on one, so I am sure you wouldn't have to let your good looks interfere with your desires Greg.If I was rich instead of so damn good looking I'd be buying it for sure but alas.........isn't gonna happen.
I just wanted to share it because after seeing so many classic wings in Calhoun it got me to thinking how cool it would be to own one and hoped others may like to see it.
As much as I've made it clear that I love blue, including my sig, I have to say that there is just something about black and gold together that looks rich. My Midnight Special 1100 that came from the factory black and gold was gorgeous. I think that combo on this GL1000 makes it one of the best looking 1000's I've seen. :clapper: I haven't seen a blue and gold one though, so maybe that would change my mind.