You might want to consider the baby CBX of the 80s. A 400 4 that It think was lighter than the CB350 and much better chassis. Not many were made, but a jewel of a bike. I was going to get my wife one but suddenly babies started happening. (She still loves being on the back of the 919 just like the old times on the 73 CB750 that is still fast asleep in the garage.
I'll post up an actual pic when it stops raining and I get around to taking some pics.
It's pretty clean, not perfect, around 6K miles. If anybody has straight headlight brackets, I need some. Mine are slightly bent.
The clutch slips a little if you shift at redline. Might have had some energy conserving oil at some point. I found original new clutch parts at Bike Bandit. A little pricey but I'll use OEM parts where I can. Fun little bike.
Feels like it's going fast when it's not. Opposite of the 919.
I would recommend: either a modern, electric start reliable scooter, or, my 1984 CT110 - a Honda Trail! No clutch, reliable, and it is earning value over time. This is the last generation of a popular machine. (Still make them in Australia!) .