It is a 1981, not a 1982, not that it matters much, but guys that sell things they have owned for 30 years should know. Good points are great comfort, great engine power, when new. Bad points are EFI on 1981 was not reliable, 1982 was probably worse yet with the DFI. For the most part it was a 20,000 mile life span either way. I loved my 1982 I got new, but they suffered and wore out quickly.
321,000 miles on KZ's that I can remember. Not going to see any more.