Well I brought it home last night. It was stored behind a 37 Studebaker sedan.
Bike is all there, nice seat, dent less tank but needs paint. It is missing the carburetor cover and the snorkel thing that comes off the air box. No key though, I am hoping the 3 numbers on the switch are the key code. I just spent $143 getting a key made for my KLR.
It came with a spare motor and frame with swing arm. Seems to have good compression when kicked over.
I found a kawasaki parts web site and was really surprised how many parts you can still get, you can get a new tank for $185. cheaper then paint and decals.
I'll post some picks Sunday.