From:Shawn e-mail:Shawn-A-precisiontelecom.com
Subject:RE: RE: Grandmother's old 62' Scat, low miles..need tech help.. Date:Sat Nov 22 14:13:52 2014
Response to:20021
Thanks Dave. Thats the plan! I had a couple other guys already email
about help and parts. Great to see i have found a place to get the help i
need. Funny, the first time i attempted this back in 98' the internet wasnt an
avenue to do this. Strnage how a few years can change things....

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Shawn,

You gotta cut a deal with your F-I-L - you'll clean it up again, and he can
ride it any time he wants - but it sleeps in YOUR shop, not that dusty old
barn!

Check over in the Parts section, a number of sources there. Duane Taylor,
J&M Collectibles for parts; and Mutt Hallam for engine work/advice - are
the first ones off my tongue.

You're not too far from the San Francisco boys - John Dutra and Gene
Underwood - they have similar model bikes. And Dean Hummer is only a
couple hours away.

You're fortunate to have an original bike, well-preserved - except for the
dust. A few hours replacing the head gasket (and carb gasket while you're
at it) should get it Hummin' again soon.

I'll bet you'll be at Dixon next summer!


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And now, 16 years later, it sits, dusty and neglected again.