Pics of Project Scrappy


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nlovern
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Pics of Project Scrappy

Postby nlovern » Wed Mar 18, 2015 7:23 am



Heres Scrappy. Complete and sun weathered
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Pics of scrappy when I got her
Pics of scrappy when I got her
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redial
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Re: Pics of Project Scrappy

Postby redial » Wed Mar 18, 2015 12:45 pm

It may have seen better days :!: :roll:
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Re: Pics of Project Scrappy

Postby tom84std » Wed Mar 18, 2015 1:46 pm

My 79 was very much like that when I got it. Couple of month's work and we rode that bike all over the country, trouble free. Something you should be aware of. On my 84 shortly after I got it, I discovered that the bike being on the sidestand for so many years had caused water to run down and accumulate inside the subframe tube. The result was that in areas of the subframe, about the only thing holding it together was the paint and a little bit of rust. It's a fairly common problem with four-cylinder Wings and I wasn't sure you knew about it or not. Best to check and know.


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