Hi guys, Had my 1992 Suzuki Across stolen a few months ago it was recovered about a week later and I finally picked it up last week. I bought it for about $2600 about 2 years ago. Damage: all the fairings gone, ignition stuffed, clutch lever missing, no mirrors, front indicators, front windshield etc, boot smashed into so now pretty stuffed (workable but has a hole so water would leak in), rear fuel lid bent (workable but bent), licence plate gone. http://www.flickr.com/photos/jkhorton/4842584421/ Bike shop said they got it going (jumped it) and it sounded to be running OK (but is a bit of an unknown) I'm guessing clutch probably stuffed? Anyway they said $540 to fix the ignition and put a clutch lever on, $180 for new mirrors and indicators then it is road legal just looks like a bomb haha! The looks don't REALLY bother me but resale possibilities do. So say $700 to fix it up. I honestly don't think I could sell it for more than about $1K? So my question is - is it worth fixing up, or am I better off putting that $700 aside, pulling the useful parts off and selling them (say $500) then taking the $1200 and putting towards a new bike? I have no sentimental attachment to the bike and really I just want a cheap bike to get around the city (Hobart) nothing flash. So.. appreciate anyones thoughts.... thanks!