I've been collecting parts and info to build a ATC70 for a couple years now...year and a half maybe. I want something I can ride in the off season, and something fun in the snow. I swapped Z50 parts for a abandoned ATC70 project. A fellow enthusiast had a nearly complete bike, cleaned and painted...a really nice basket case I spose...but no plastics, and a beat engine. Then I also bought a couple of really rough bikes for good measure. I bought some of the popular aftermarket stuff from Spanglers...foot brake kit, foot bar, shift lever, battery box. I also bought a set of HL ears, some bearings and brake shoes and other bits. Most guys stretch their frames about 2" to make the bike a little more comfortable, and to keep the front wheel on the ground when adding power. So I picked up the tubing and had it turned for a 2" stretch. Over the last week I got the frame welded back together, and brought parts home from storage. I'm hoping to get this little 3 wheeler operational and ready for a snow storm pretty quickly, but I'm not typically very quick at all. We'll see how that works out. I'll try to get some pics posted tonight, or tomorrow.