My buddy saw me ride my 73 750 to work one day and we got to talking about his old chopper. It is a 66 650 Bonnie with 5ft springer front end, rigid rear, fiberglass tank and so on. It has sat since 75 when he wrecked it. After some talking I agreed to try to restore it. He gave me the bike and $500 to start. Money is too much of an object with him. He just wants the bike to ride around his neighborhood on, maybe to the store once in a while. The bike is very rough. Engine was locked up, front end is very rusty, frame and body work paint is toast. Pretty much everything on the bike will have to be replaced or restored. Bike was painted pink with pyschadelic spheres and flames. Very 70's. Frame will be powdercoated black. Body work is undecided yet. All chrome will either be redone or powdercoated. I took the head off to look at the pistons. They were at the lowest point of travel and rusted to the cylinders walls. Right cylinder had 3 inched of water and left cylinder had 3 inches of rust particles. I had to break the cylinder and a piston to get it free. Bottom end appear to be rock solid some how. Still had oil in it so no rust that I can see. This should take most of the winter to finish. Wish me luck.