After riding my 93 for a year or two I wanted to get another "project" bike, something I could dig into and really see how these things tick. I found a 92 for $300 that needed the shift shaft replaced, and after tearing the engine apart (and watching a lot of Roach's videos on youtube) I got it back together in the spring and it fired right up on the first try. I've had at least 6 now that I've brought back to life and sold, most of them I bought between $300 & $600 and doubled my money in some cases. Sometimes I made as much on the extras I took off and sold, like the Luggage racks, Extended backrest, Crash bars and a set of the rare factory Floorboards. I had no experience working on these bikes before I owned one and let me tell you, it's not that hard to work on them with a few tools and some patience.Thinking of purchasing a 1989 Vulcan 750 with 20,000 miles on it. Seemed to be in good condition, garage kept, tires looked newish. Are these money pits? Should I opt for a newer year? Any tip or suggestions or insight would be appreciated. Thanks!