I fear the reason it is a basket case is because I was riding and maintaining it like a jap bike, not like a fragile egg.
Bump - to maintain some awareness.
Well, unless you lost half the parts riding down the road and blew your connecting rod thru the case, I think you'll be in pretty good shape. Even with a blown motor, it will not be terribly expensive OR difficult to rebuild your Enfield. Time, patience and money is all you need. Oh! And a little help from this forum. Yup, time and money is what it will take. Seems every part I remove leads to a new problem. I'd rather not trailer it anywhere while it's in pieces.Scottie
Couldn't make the event in Round Rock but did attend the Harvest Moon Classic in Luckenbach. Lots of nice old bikes there, saw this beauty and talked with rvcycleguy for a bit, also saw a chrome C5 (black) there but didn't get to talk with the owner. Hoping to be there next year.