Well, I did it again! I bought a 1965 Super Cub that runs, has a title, but needs significant work. My wife, who loves me in spite of it, thinks I've got a screw loose. She's probably right. But, somehow, this bike really appeals to me, and I got it at a reasonable price. One thing I learned early in this restoration hobby is not to buy a bike that has no title - getting a replacement title in the State of New Jersey is kind of like - impossible.
What I plan to do in this project is rebuild the motor, add a 4th gear to the transmission, add turn signals and a corresponding turn signal control to the handlebar, install new rims and tires, replace the exhaust, re-cover the seat, and maybe even paint the frame. Then I'll ride it around for a while and pass it on to somebody who will take care of it for the rest of its "life".
Engine rebuild: CT Trail Bikes - http://www.cttrailbikes.com
Seat cover, blinkers, blinker handlebar switch: Ebay (most items from East Asia)
New wiring harness (that supports blinkers): Apex Cycle - http://www.apexcycle.com
Tires/tubes: Beatrice Cycle - http://www.dratv.com
Other parts: Ohio Cycle - http://www.ohiocycle.com
Frame painting: TBD (probably a local auto paint shop - one who's motto is, "No job too large or small".