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Brian313
By reading a few archived posts this should be a few 725. Bent shifter and short steering colum. Is that right? Are there any other differences between a 700 and 725? It has no engine and no readable numbers. Thanks Brian
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ehertzfeld
If it has a bent shifter, then most would be a 725. On the right side of the frame, look for holes for the remote choke. It would be located right before the dash, on the side of the frame. Like Paul said, the grill support looks to be from a 700. The 725, have a cut out and plate for the points. What dose the tank look like? If it has a square gas tank, it's from a 700, if it's a rounded one, that is a 725. Also, look at the front wheels. If they have tapered bearings, like the rest, them it's a 725. If it has a smooth bore instead of a bearing, then that is a 700. The length of the steering collum, won't help so much. We have seen a few 725 with the short ones. They must have used left over parts from the 700 the first year the 725 came out. Looks like a great candidate for a restore job. Nice find.:D

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MikeG
The first two years of the 725 had the short steering column. They also had the remote choke on the right side of the frame and the cutout for the points. My early 725 has a square tank and I've seen them on several others. I would have to agree with the others, yours looks like it is a model 700.

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Brian313
I'll check the remote choke tonight. The front wheels are smooth bore. And I didnt get the tank. whats in the picture is all I have. Hopefully I can find enough parts to put it back together. Thanks for the help Brian

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