I’ve had motorcycles off and on since I was 16, rode an ‘83 midnight virago 920 out to sturgis In ‘91 when I was 18. Bought a low mile 82 V45 magna for a commuter bike when I went back to school about 10 years ago. Happened upon this absolutely pristine ‘87 GL1200I put up for auction at an estate sale. I missed the in person inspection window so I put the pics up on the big screen and meticulously went over them. This bike has 35,500 miles on it, one owner, new tires, gel battery. This thing was very well taken care, a real survivor! I actually feel bad for how much I paid for it, I looked up book price and the winning bid was less than the poor condition price. I believe it sat for a couple of years, but I’ve replaced all the petroleum fluids including brake and clutch fluids, my timing belts came in yesterday. I opened the trunk and there was a service manual and a new set of NGK plugs, the saddle bags still have the Goldwing duffel bags. The only issues I see are the idle speed changes from ride to ride. One day it’ll be 800 when warm, the next day it’ll be 1100. It has a stumble at a low rpm roll on once in a while too. I’m looking into carb kits now, but I want to run a couple of tanks through her before doing a deep dive! I’m also going to replace the wheel bearings here shortly.The end game has always been an ultra classic (I know, I know this is a wing page, that blasphemous) however my wife has a bad back and I don’t want to drop that much coin on something she may not be able to ride. Any other advice for me mechanically?