It is definitely a project bike not a rider. I would count on spending the rest of this season plus the winter enjoying working on it, and plan on riding it next year.
It needs fork oil, brake fluid, engine oil, and primary oil. It will probably need fork seals which requires dismantling the front end - not a big deal but you need a workshop, tools, that motorcycle lift that is included, tools and more tools.
Needs new tires regardless of how good they may look.
Note that the frame has been painted so it has been stripped down and put back together by ???? if the current owner then it may be a bad job.
Note that it is a hardtail frame - no rear shocks! Very few guys would want this as a daily rider. If it is a bolt-on rather than a weld-on hardtail you could buy a swingarm on eBay for $100 and shocks for another $100, and bolts etc to mount them for another $100 [shock studs are not cheap].
After market oil tank [may be home made], home made battery box, after market head lite, mirrors look wrecked, no turn signals or instruments, electrical system is most likely a home made mess, except for what looks like a generator with an end mount regulator [which may be a good piece!].
Looks like a wide glide front end? OK for looks if you like it but no value otherwise.
If you want a project bike it may be worth something. The engine not running has a major reducing effect on the value. It is not worth much as a parts bike as all the good stuff that would sell on eBay is gone.
Given your short time in that location i think i have spent enough time on this. You should run, not walk, away from this POS.
Last edited by IronMick; 08-19-2013 at 07:21 AM.