I'm continuing work on her Monday. Next thing to do is take off the fender, sand it and prime it. Im gonna go over it quick with some Automotive paint. The gas tank just has surface crust, so I will leave the tank as is. I dont want to ruin the good paint or decals that are on it. There is supposedly this solvent crap from Eastwood that removes the surface rust without hurting the paint that I might try. The surface crust will only hurt the value a tiny bit though, I may just leave it alone for the next owner to take care of. There is also a few burrs on the clutch drum, have no idea how they got there, but I will file them down and start with the overhauling. The clutch shoes look fine, but I will know for sure when they come out. As far as a gasket goes when I put this thing back together, I may just RTV her unless someone has a gasket for this MO2 cheap. The carb looks fine, but Im sure it needs cleaning if 2000 was the last time this thing was on the road. Guess what also is interesting? I can get a title for it! Brystheguy is taking care of that for me. I think its odd though, that the last time this thing was used, it was used by some ski place like Buck Hill. Their business tag is above the license plate. I just think it's sad though that someone ripped off the old seat cover to get to the tailpiece when it should have been left with the bike. The speedo on this bike is also untouched by the sun, which is a hard thing to find on older bikes. I usually find cracks, crazing or browning of the plastic speedo face. My Motron's CEV was spotless too. I may let a friend of mine do some work on the engine though. I think he can get the bearings off easily with some other tools since he is a lawnmower mechanic by trade. The motor will still be a long project and the body is going to be a week or so worth of work. I still havent gotten to the condenser on my Puch yet!