Hey Guys! I have always wanted to pickup a CT70 to fix up and play around on. Late last week I was able to make that happen, I bought a 1971 CT70H model in candy emerald green. I was pumped to find a 4 speed model! Bike had the engine removed (engine is not locked up) and came with several boxes of parts that had been pulled off. So far I have noted that i am missing the following: -Carburetor -Carburetor intake manifold -Airbox -Engine Guard -Chain Guard -Consumables (Standard stuff that needs replaced anyway, i.e. bolts, tires, tubes, chain, battery, cables) I understand that it is my decision on the direction to take my build but I would really like input from you experienced guys (@racerx) on when a bike should be "street restored" or rock original patina and get it running. I want to be able to enjoy the bike but don't want to make stupid decisions that hurt the value of the bike for resale in the future. My fear would be taking the bike in the wrong direction if it seems to be a good candidate for a restoration? I wanted to start the thread so I could determine what I want to do with the bike before I begin to purchase parts.