Hey all! I've got a question for the hive mind. I've been mulling this over for a while. I've been thinking of acquiring a flying brick. More specifically, a mid 80's and up K75 or K100, S or RS as it may be. To further complicate things, I'd like to look further afield, do the deal, fly out and ride it home. Great vacation I would think. So, it's fairly important I get a solid runner. I currently have an R100RT, and I've become quite familiar the hard way with the airhead "magic price." That is, in mathematical terms: (Purchase Price) + (Required Parts and Work to Make Reliable) >= $5000 I picked up mine for about $2500 and I must have close to that again with gaskets, parts, seals, rubber bits, head work, etc. That's a story for another day though. So, while I've "Googled" around for threads in Olds Cool (1990 was 23 years ago! God where does the time go?) I haven't seen anything mentioning a magic price point. Perhaps the bricks don't HAVE a "magic price" and you pays your money and takes your chances. I've seen everything from a $1500 "good runner" to $5-6000. So, what's the word?