I purchased a nice Lemans last fall. It is a good solid unit. It had some cosmetic issues. The primary issue was damage to the fairing and instruments from having another bike knocked over into it. The bike has a fairly interesting history that I will get into as the thread progresses.
The bike had been gone through by Joe Eish a number of years ago and ridden very little afterwards. In fact the owner never transferred the Lemans into his name. When I bought the bike it still had the prior owner's Arizona license plate with a 2004 sticker. The prior (prior) owner from Arizona was Alan Trachtman.
Without any documents from the Eish regarding the work performed I guessed that the bike had a pretty thorough going over.
The engine cases had been cleaned up.
And a Dyna III ignition had been installed.
I had the fairing repaired and repainted.
And had Palo Alto Speedometer Service restore the clocks.
I also had flaws in the paint fixed. This was not controversial because it had been resprayed at one time and it wasn't a top notch job. If it had retained it's original paint I would have left it alone.