1984 Nighthawk 700SC. Purchased last winter. It had been owned by a number of short-term owners - probably some were deliberate flippers. I did overpay, not by a lot; but it is what it is. Cosmetically it's a twenty-foot good. The fairing's a bit crazed from sun; but the paint's not oxidized. The side panels are good, nothing broken. Mechanically, the deep-down stuff was ignored. Fork head bearings were shot; throttle cables were drier than dust inside - and the return cable broken; PO had ridden it that way. I didn't catch that on a test. It's needy, as old stuff is. I gave it a wash the other day at a local spray-wand car wash - and it shorted out two cylinders. Limped home on two. That was a two-mile ride and it didn't dry them out, but the next morning it ran fine. So...I have to dig into the ignition circuits. Pics are at my garage unit.