The boys like working on it, scratching away at the dirt and grease.
The track needed some attention so I've been riveting new cleats on where needed. This is quite a chore.
The engine was stuck from sitting so apart it came. Everything rebuilt. Tim from Wheels Unlimited in Marion,Mn did the crankshaft for me and it turned out perfect (no runout on one end and .0005" on the other) **Stop in to visit those old boys and check out all their motorcycle racing trophies and stories!**
I cleaned up all the castings in the case, so the air/fuel is uninterrupted as it passes through.
I found oversized NOS Koehler pistons in northern Mn. I machined three little "oil retention grooves" where the piston is most prone to sticking.
I sized the cylinders and did some mild portwork. Not looking to set any speed records but it want it to run nice! Maybe do some vintage races/ radar runs with it.