Yes, sometimes a picture really is worth 1,000 words. If so, perhaps the smartest way to learn a lot about this particular PROJECT BIKE would be to look at all the images before reading further. We have plenty to tell you but seeing what we are telling you first will simply make it clearer. Your choice entirely.
And don’t forget to closely examine the other 1985 K100RT that’s listed as a PROJECT BIKE at Bob’s; you might want to consider the combined pair.
It does have some redeeming qualities: the windscreen is in great shape, it has one saddlebag with keys, it has an older Corbin seat, the front discs look good, the bodywork is in pretty good shape although the paint is faded, the wheels look straight and true, the muffler appears solid but is missing the black cover, the center and side stands are in good shape, the engine turned over last time we tried in the late fall and the clutch seems to engage the transmission in all gears on a static basis, the instrument cluster appears to be complete but the tenths position on the trip meter is not moving and it does not appear to have been in any kind of crash or incident but it is not without several scuff marks, the forks appear straight and travel freely but it does show some medium exposure damage from at least short term outside storage in its life on the castings and hardware.
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DARK BURGUNDY METALLICMileage:
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