A lot of states let you run "year of manufacture" plates for old bikes and cars -- I always did it, cooler than historic vehicle plates.Does Georgia have a process where you could register it and run the vintage license plate? That would be cool. I know you can do it in SC if the tag matches the year of the bike.
That's an awesome find (very nice wife as well)it was right side up on my computer strange
Carbs have been boiled soaked in cleaner and rebuilt. It got its first oil change there wasn't a mark on the drain plug so looks like the 141.8 miles is true plate expired 1974. Fixed Throttle and brake rear lever waiting on a part for the front should be here later today along with some tires.
The tach body looks like it's the right plasticthere plastic
all the chrome on this bike is junk the rear rim had to be replaced from rust
inside the hubs was mint no brake dust buildup shoes there thick. Oil plug didn't have any tool marks. tag expired 74 so on the road max 2 years. everything points to the 141.8 miles is right