$1000. Chain/sprockets $200, fuel pump $100, injector cleaning $80. Misc fluids and fuel line bits and fittings $100.
Just slides me in under $1500 if you don't count paying tribute to the Man for a new reg. sticker.
Have had it on the road just under 2 weeks now, and a few hundred miles under the belt. Fuel gauge doesn't work but this is a solid reliable bike compared to what I've had for the previous 3-4 years.
Maiden voyage to the sushi spot:
I'm not big fan of Hinkley Triumphs, but I'm a fan of functional mirrors, cold starting with no ritual, and a windscreen and mushy seat for the approaching winter (not to mention no oil spraying on my pant leg or shoe).