Managed to steal a little bit more garage time yesterday.
As I'm planning to farm the engine out for rebuilding I want to do any cleaning up before it goes so that I dont have strip anything off and disturb gaskets etc once it has been rebuilt. So I did a bit of test polishing on the casing. It's hard to illustrate the improvement but it has come up well:
There is a big gouge in the casing which I guess I could have reduced with a lot of localised sanding, but I think it's kind characterful.
The rest of my time was mainly stripping off more cables, carb, chain, chain guards and other sundries. It will soon be time to remove engine and wheels which will be good landmarks but I then have to tackle the forks which I'm a bit anxious about...
I'm not really sure whether the wear on the rear sprocket is within acceptable parameters. Any thought?