Please take this Trac Eagle off my hands. It has the same "Laura" M-56 engine as some later Batavuses (Regency, maybe others?) It is missing the toothed drive belt, which goes for about $30 at The Moped Junkyard, I guess. It is also missing the nut that holds the tripple tree onto the head tube, although I've pedaled it around without that and there seems to be no danger of the fork falling off... I think you could improvise a retaining cotter pin if you were worried about it. The tires will hold air OK, but are generally old and cracked looking. One pedal is messed up. I have the two plastic engine covers, but no other side covers (not sure if there even were any?) The exhaust is hanging loose, but it looks like the retaining clamp is just missing a bolt... any bolt and nut of similar diameter should do. The choke cable is missing. The carb is there, but the air filter is missing. The tank seems to be coated with a thin layer of rust inside; bare metal is visible in some places, and I don't see any deep pitting or anything.
The good news: The engine turns over, by hand at least. As dirty as the outside of the bike looks, I've had the flywheel cover off and it looks pretty clean in there. The chrome shocks are quite nice, they are still shiny and (I believe) unusually long for moped shocks... maybe what you need for a custom job? The plastic fenders, which I imagine are prone to breaking, are whole and uncracked. Same goes for both the plastic engine covers. The controls look and feel very nice... the grips are much nicer than your standard bicycle grips.
So, anyone interested in it? I'd prefer to sell the whole thing, but I could part it out. Again, this is in Pittsburgh, PA. Just reply here, I'll check back. Thanks,