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860 Lbs GVWR?
I think I bought a Le Mans I, but then it's a 1978 tonti frame (which would be a Le Mans II right?), but maybe that frame badge isn't original - the frame was repainted...then it has the 1976 rear fender and later model LMII side covers, gold wheels, black engine case, etc...All the Le Mans (I-V) models had Tonti frames. But from LM III on they were modified some. I read the Le Mans frames were made of thinner tubing than for the other Tonti models to lighten them up some. I'm not sure exactly what year the LM II/CX100 models came out, maybe `79.
Wicks. Could be a CX100 with LeMans parts on it. Can you post a pix of the bike and a better pix of the rivets? No LeMans II were imported by dealers into the U.S. If LeMans II would have to be a grey market import. Highly unlikely. You would have purchased knowing that and the seller would have told you that to jack up the price.
Oh bugger, shoulda noticed that. ;) The bike is built as a le mans, but I am wondering, because the numbers both have an extra digit and even if shaving off the first digit which is a zero, the number 74521 doesn't fit into any VIN number list I can find. It also has a bit of a hodge podge of parts on it - the rear fender is the 76 style, the side covers had the II badge removed, the engine case is painted black, etc. It has PHFs on it and the small bolts holding the intakes to head...but which other bikes had this engine? The frame and engine numbers are the same...Could the frame badge have been re-made or does that look original?860 Lbs GVWR?
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