Wow...looks like one of those 'get on and go' bikes, nice! Doesn't look like you're in for too much of an 'education' here....have fun!
No, it came out of Nebraska. I think it came from Ohio from what i can tell from some of the paperwork.bugsy, did that bike come from texas?
Well, Maxx had the thing running like a top and the night before I got it, the charging system shot craps. Then when we met up yesterday and we got ready to run it, it started popping and running rough. He was sick becuase it had been running perfect that morning! I told him not to sweat it as that's what happens to me everytime I go to sell something. I joked him that the bike didn't want to come home with me!can I ask the story of the bike not wanting to leave Madmaxx? lol
Thanks man! It should be fun! I'm about 100 miles west of KC.Sick Trumpet! Btw, you in the KC area?
Thanks man and will do! I'm going to do that and clean the carbs and tank out real good this weekend. Hopefully that'll do the trick. It's a pretty, simple set up with not a lot to it that I can see so far.On ANY brit bike of that era , go over the entire wiring harness connection by connection and make sure all is tight and clean !
That is the most likely cause of any fireing problem that comes up !!
TD...Thanks for checking into that for me. I know the title is original and it's titled off the engine number and states it's a '68. Like you said though, it came toward the end of the '67 year so that would explain a couple of things.1967 Numbers ran from DU44394 to DU66245 putting yours near the end of the model run which could explain the timing inspection cover on the primary.
Well...It's got a current and clear title out of Nebraska and Kansas will accept it as long as the VIN on the title matches one on the bike or car somewhere. When you get an "assembled" vehicle title here, they will sometimes use the number that's on the engine (car, bike or whatever you have). That then becomes the VIN. I've had them do it that way on a couple of cars that I've built and someties they will just assign a whole, new VIN to it.Is that legal in Kansas?