I hadn't really intended to buy a project bike before I got an actual running bike, but this one was too cheap to pass up. 1982 Yamaha 750 Seca. Shaft drive, sold as-is, but owner said it ran fine when he put it in the barn 2 years ago, and it started last year. Did not attempt to start it, but did make sure it wasn't locked up. I didn't examine it closely, just enough to find a value estimate significantly exceeding the purchase price. I suspect that I could flip it with nothing more than a better ad and double my investment.
I almost bypassed the ad--There was no picture, I didn't remember what a Seca was and envisioned a crotch rocket. Styling is a bit distinctively 80's especially in the handlebars, dash and headlights. Still better than a pseudo-Harley.
I'm still looking for a running starter bike while I get this running.