OK... let's do another one. It is starting life from this bike. 38K miles. Sat outside for about 7 years without a cover... in Seattle!! Ugh. Most everything that isn't essential to starting it has been removed. Pretty much threw the whole brake systems, front and rear, in the trash. Saved the front calipers just to see if the pistons want to come out and what they look like. Rotors were junk. Oil is clean, coolant just looked old. Next is to pull the carbs and completely rebuild them. I am also going to pull the valve covers for cam inspection. I don't suspect any problems, previous owner seemed pretty competent until he flaked out and parked it. I will pour some oil on the cams and squirt a little down the plug holes before turning over by hand. The carbs will go back in to run it before the bike gets disassembled. It is (was) a California bike. At first I thought the engine had been replaced at some point. It doesn't have the ports in the front head and doesn't have the "pump" on the right next to the coil. But after looking at the vacuum hose routing sticker on the inner fender, apparently 750's didn't get them. But if you look at a sticker on a 700, it shows them. I never knew that! I already have a bunch completed/collected for this build. F2 wheels. 1994 cartridge forks are completely rebuilt/assembled. This tasty unit for the rear (spring will get a color change). Gauges are pretty toasty. But I have these already done and waiting to bolt on. It usually takes me about 2 years to complete a build like this (while building and maintaining many other bikes), but I think this one should only take about a year.