Got this running well now, no road test yet. As posted a few weeks ago i acquired these recently a 1970 GT 250 as registered in the V5, the feeling is it is a Hustler drum brakes all round as the GT250 had a disc front and didn't appear in the UK until 1972-3 . My aim is /was just to get it running, the whole fuel system had been clogged up with stale fuel in the form of a treacle like substance. So, tank thoroughly cleaned using sugarsoap to shift about an inch of this muck from within, fuel tap assy cleaned but i decided to replace it with a new replacement which omits the vacuum assy just a lazy device for leaving the fuel tap on. I replaced the coils as the original plastic coatings had split and the bike would not run on two cylinders. New plugs, new clutch cable, seat recovered, horn/light switch fitted ( never had one). Replacement handlebars as it had bent ace drops on it, and new grips. The running problem was the carbs as advised on the forum, i had removed them and stripped and cleaned them about half a dozen times with no success, this week i was to lent an ultra sonic cleaner which done trick. The bike is so original i am feeling loathed to do any cosmetic restoration on it, just ride it. Anyway a few pics for you all.