Hey Marshall, here is my 1966 Yamaha YL1 Twin Jet 100. I bought this in 2008 from an older gentleman. The story was that years ago his son, at the time a teenager, was riding it, probably with the throttle pinned and chin on the tank, and the left side piston let go. Anyway, he was just ready to part with it, and I bought it. The piston pin scored the cylinder pretty good, probably beyond boring. I did buy a good cylinder to replace it with when the time comes. When it does, I think it'll be mostly a mechanical rebuild, and not a full restoration. It'll need a seat cover and foam, and the front fender straightened out and some new rubber parts, but I'd like to keep a survivor as much as possible.
I love the look of the bike. It is both quirky looking, and stylish at the same time.