Hello everyone, My brother and I were looking at some bikes tonight. I am interested in a super sport and he wants a cruiser. Tonight we looked at 2012 Laro Pro Street 350. The bike is the style that he wants and in his price range. Knowing the brand is a cheaper make, however, being a first bike for a uni student on a budget we thought that may be the best option. This bike only had done 600km and has hardly been ridden and hence the reason for sale. My knowledge base is limited, however, spending time on here and reading forums has given me some insight as well as having high knowledge about cars. This bike has been under cover but not garaged since purchase. It is located near the beachy area meaning high moisture and salt. Cheaper chinese make means that chrome parts such as mirrors and pedals have got the chrome pealing and rust attacking it. What I did not like was the rust forming underneath the fuel tank area as well as on some of the actual frame of the bike. It was not much or scratched, however, being the fact that rust is a disease it is nearly impossible to get rid off from a car without redoing half the paint work. Would bike be the same? My concern was also low kms over 3 year period. 600km is barely 200..The guy advised the service was done 2 months ago as a check up but that is about it. Apparently the 500km service was done correctly at the dealer. The chain looked very dry and asking the guy he did not have any clue about it (indicating I am talking to someone with less knowledge than myself). At a closer look where the bike is parked I noticed some oil drips on the concrete. The owner advised this was not from the bike but after a closer look on the undercarrage i noticed that is has oil residue and a fair bit of it. I could see slight area between the gear box and engine and more from underneath the covers of the gear box. My guess is leaky gear box? Knowing Laro is known for gearbox problems i was very sceptical. The owner did not want to drop the price to what we thought was reasonable without talking to his mechanic to see what the cost would be to repair. My question is, is it even worth it? Rust, oil leak, 3 years of no riding, no maintenance and overall poor condition of the bike. If this was a car I would cut the asking price in half. The owner wanted 4k..we said 3k at best thinking that we will need to put in another 500-1000 to repair the bike.. Stay away or worth considering? Thank you!