Wayne's other restoration projects
Even though restoring a Jiger is the most important project of mine, restoration is something that I have always loved. As far a recreational vehicles, here are some other standing projects that I am enjoying.

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In 2001 I was riding in the Manitoba Sandy Lands with my friend Gil using his 1974 Suzuki TS-125. The Suzuki was on it's last legs. The compression was almost gone, the kick start was gone, the shifter kept falling off, the clutch cable was seized and the clutch was done. When Gil gave it to me I thought I would just get it running to bomb around. But little by little over the past 4 years I've been replacing it all. It's been fun and it has provided me some great rides. A quick tally: I've redone the top end of the motor, points and condenser, clutch fibres, clutch pins, clutch cable, carburetor rebuild, new lower engine case seals, new fenders, new rear shocks, new paint job, custom wiring harness, new headlight, and a new seat. It's been a great ride but I sold this unit in 2006.

I have so many other things I have restored in the past few years. These are just a few and I will try to make a small write-up for each one of these soon. Stay tuned!