The walls are cladded with natural stone tiles. It's not a typical garage. It's a guest house that I'm abusing as motorcycle shop. It'll probably be the only shop with floor heating that I'll have in my life time.
Your before pics are scary! I pulled a TaoTao50 scooter out of a dumpster that that was in much better condition. I hope you didn't pay much for it. An amazing project you're doing. It looks beautiful!
I have a question. How did you get the engine back in the frame without damage to either? I have a 500T with the engine out that I bought that way.A car engine is easy, but this engine is a little close. My project is going to be easier, but not as nice as your. Thanks.
That bike is looking like its just out the showroom. Well done.
A question i've just posed on another Post (speaking with AncientDad), is what makes the difference between a beautiful bike like yours and mine which just looks plain? Is it money, or time, or knowledge? Is it purely rocket science?