That bike is as complete and in decent shape as you'll ever find for an SL350K1 these days. Just finding one that still has original mufflers is rare. Odd that someone painted the silver frame black. If you don't keep it and bring it back to life you'd be missing out on one of the most fun bikes from that era. Lots of grunt, fun to blast down fire roads and they love to wheelie.I picked up this '71 SL350 last fall and I'm not sure if it's a keeper or not. I'll get it running as soon as it warms up a bit around here.
You should still be able to log into your photobucket account and download all of your pictures. I did that last year, then I deleted them all from my account and logged out for the last time.
When I got home from 'Nam, PA had a program for vets that paid $50 for each month you spent in a combat zone. I took my check and bought a new '72 SL350. I had more fun and adventures on that bike than any before or since. The 1150GS is a close second.I picked up this '71 SL350 last fall and I'm not sure if it's a keeper or not. I'll get it running as soon as it warms up a bit around here.