$400 asking price drop, I need to this gone NOW no "REASONABLE" offer refused. Money talks BS walks.Here's why it pays to have lots of vacation time. While luxury and comfort are a given this Champagne Gold BMW touring bike, has just over 61,166 miles or an average of about 3,400 miles per year. She's in excellent condition except for a few nicks & scratches on the saddle bags.This bike has a new front tire with maybe 3,000 miles on it, recent oil & filter change and a brand new battery. Includes an OEM cover with storage bag, and if you don't try to dicker me down too much, I'll throw in two helmets (1 large, 1 Medium) with built in blue tooth intercom that also works with your iPod or cell phone.This is a true Cadillac of motorcycles, and rides like a dream, although a bit top heavy when stopped.K1200LT-C Equipment:Liquid-cooled four-stroke in-line 4 cylinder 1171cc engineBosch Motronic MA 2.4 engine managementElectronic fuel injectionReverse gearShaft driveTelelever front suspensionParalever rear suspensionABS II antilock brake systemAdjustable seat height (two positions)Adjustable front brake and clutch leversHeated GripsElectricity adjustable windshield4.2 cubic feet of storage: top case and two side casesFour-speaker 120 watt AM/FM weather band stereo and cassette playerIntegrated ignition and steering lockSingle-key lock system for ignition, steering, fuel cap, seat storage compartment locks, saddlebags, top caseCruise control with handlebar controls (Intermittent)Hazard warning flashersPower accessory sockets in front and rearHeated front and rear seatsStandard model plus 6-changer CD playerOn-board computer with handlebar controlsThe Bad News:As mentioned above there are some scratches on the lower right saddle bag (See photo #8); it has been there since I bought the bike. The previous owner said a careless forklift driver at work scraped it with a pallet, and because he was not in a proper parking spot, the company refused to pay for repairs, he didn't feel it was noticeable enough to worry about and so it has never been repaired. There two other small dings, one on each side case, that have appeared in the 6 years I've owned it (See last 2 photos) I dropped the bike on it's right side on my driveway once which added the nick in the right side, but I don't know where I picked up the left one.