$9k for a V50II, even one that's (allegedly) like new? You could get a new V7 for that - and not worry about rear-drive pinion bearings and possible exhaust valve issues. And not have to deal with the remote front brake reservoir and master cylinder and stretchy cable and poor front brake response. And have something more than 32.5 mousepower.
No surprise that much was sunk into a restoration, but other than wildly-appreciating exotics, the only people to make money on restorations are the restorers. This one looks like mine did when it was new, long before I got it. Nice, but nice try on the price. fun bike and better when sorted and with problems mentioned above fixed. III has a bit more power and is worth perhaps a bit more. But nowhere near this!
Is this a "gee, dear, nobody wants it, guess I'll have to keep it" ad by any chance?