Originally Posted by slartidbartfast
Not outrageously rare or unusual - but you don't see many of them around just the same
It's eminently usable, and both looks and rides as if it were newer than its 19 years. I've always been a fan of the technology but it took 17 years for one to come along within my budget.
Always loved those, even though I've never actually ridden one. There are some suspension bits that are unobtanium, and may have to be modified / made from scratch should they wear out.
Mine was also not so rare or unusual- a '65 Ducati 250 Scrambler, and theoretically enough parts to build three more.