I have a question for you guys. NONE of the bike shops around here will work on a bike over 10 years old. I find that really strange, because the way I see it, they're missing out on a LOT of income. Seriously, the way bikes are made nowadays as opposed to back in the 70's and 80's when I was raising hell on them is amazing. No points, fuel injection, water cooled engines nowadays are awesome! Is it because nobody remembers how to work on the older bikes or newer ones require a lot more immanence than I thought? How about in your area? Anyone work on bikes over 10 years old? Just curious as there's something up with Cathy's Victory and I haven't had a chance to look at it yet. John isn't in any hurry to have it running as he doesn't want her wrecking it.