The previous owner was in Northern Cali. Don't know about the owner before that.At face value, it looks like surface rust...any idea of the history? Is it a California rig?
Check the frame rails behind the rear wheels, especially the insides and that will give you a good indication of the rust.
I wish mine only had that much rust.
As far as the oil leak..that is pretty much standard. Most likely the rear main, which is VERY common.
Nope didn't say it was bad rust.....wondered if that was or not. Coming from a 200 series with no rust at all, I was not sure. lolYou call that rust?!!! Man, congratulations with such a rust free cruiser! Enjoy it.
Why are you sending it to a dealership?Nope didn't say it was bad rust.....wondered if that was or not. Coming from a 200 series with no rust at all, I was not sure. lol
But I think I have a spider issue. I have seen a few spiders going in and out of the hood cowl slots.....so when I get it back from toyota I am going to bomb it from underneath and kill those suckers!
I guess when they were transporting it, the mirror was really flapping around, so the shippers did thatLove the duct tape on the side mirror!
Need the a/c to work (it does not now). Wanted to get it all checked out. Need the radiator flushed. Wanted the checked out, etc. There is not a single local shop that I trust yet.Why are you sending it to a dealership?
Well here in Kalifornia we are very ECO friendlyLooks nice. Do you know where I can get one of those front bumpers with the custom water bottle holder?
It was from near Brentwood, Ca, up by Fresno.Oh - this is that 60 that was on ebay, up in Diamond head ? --
The carb they have is not the right carb! It's an early 40 series carb!
As above - Go to a LC specialist!! I can't stress this enough! Do NOT go to the dealer!!! It's not that I distrust the dealer, it's just that you're VERY unlikely to find a tech there that knows much about the intricacies these rigs.
Take the carb off yourself and have it rebuilt by a specialist!