I sold my 96 Trophy 900 several years back to a friend of mine. He let it sit over the winter, and when spring came along it needed a new battery. He went to the local auto parts store and showed the battery to them. They proceeded to sell him an identical battery except the positive and negative terminals were opposite. When he installed the battery, and turned on the switch, somehow everything worked. When he turned the motor over it just would not start. After investigating the problem, he realized what had happened, got the right battery, yet it still failed to start. The carbs had just been rebuilt a week prior to this, and the year before the engine was completely rebuilt by our local dealer. Now after years of it sitting an a shed disassembled and receiving plenty of cosmetic damage, he has given up. I always loved that bike, and it holds sentimental value to me. I rode that bike from central Virginia to Cancun Mexico and back. What do you think the most likely fried part is? Also what would be a fair price for a rough looking, disassembled, and missing a few parts (mirrors, turn signals, and crank position sensor) 96 Trophy?