his one was imported from Colorado in USA.
It is really low mileage but had not run in many years when I got it.
I replaced the piston and rings with new genuine Yamaha ones (and I believe I have a full genuine Yamaha second oversize piston kit that I will include as spares) I painted the tank and side panels myself ( it is a reasonable job and would be fine for everyday but not to show the bike)
The front mudguard has some light scratches on it which show the age of the machine ( personally I would just leave them but it would also be easy to repaint it) The chrome on wheels/exhaust/spokes is really fantastic for such an old bike, it is like new.
I think the last time I had this bike out I noticed that one of the fork seals may be leaking a very small amount and will probably need replacing. The seat base is unrestored and really excellent, I replaced the seat foam and cover with new. I also fitted new tyres and tubes, new handgrips and footrest rubbers as well as a lot of other little odds and ends.
It is a very unusual bike with only 3 gears but it has a high/low gearbox like a tractor or 4x4 and was produced by Yamaha in 80cc and 100cc for the American market.
It is an interesting and fun little machine but top speed is less than 85Kph.."