I just thought I'd post this and see what comes out of the comments. I personally hope that if the bike does sell that the new owner dares to ride it now and then or at least started to keep everything from seizing up. The poor bike is like a caged animal in that case. I understand the desire to protect such great early machines. But if they are never taken out and ridden, then they just become a total art object and are deprived from their original calling. Plus I guess only the folks that stop by the house will ever see the object of art trapped behind glass. Ride 'em don't hide 'em.