I know....four bikes in two months! All the same guy, he was just giving me a great deal as I was helping him out with the bikes. I will get some pics on her tomorrow, this bike is red, looks to be in okay shape. 36K miles on her. What I found when I got her home, battery had juice, both front brake and clutch were in nasty shape. Cleaned both reservoirs and started the process. The front brake came back fast and I was able to get good fluid through both calipers. I was happy about that. Then came that wonderful Magna clutch! Over an hr of messing with it to get all the bubbles out of the line, but at the end, she is working fine. All the lights seem to work, one broken RR turn signal. Took the air cleaner off to make sure nothing was living in there and then touched the starter button, she turned over! Let the batter charge for some time while I was draining the gas out of tank and finding a good positions to let is sit and soak. Hooked up a AUX gas and added a little choke. After a few cranks, gas is flowing out of the carbs so I shut down the AUX gas can. I hit it with a little starter fluid and it fired, good enough for me. Now to watch a few vids on how to pull those carbs out of a Magna. I remember what a PAIN they are to pull. I will do them right as I hate pulling these guys out more then once. Rest of the bike looks good as far as rust, not much, the exhaust looking good. Pics to follow.