Bill is a retired VW-Porsche mechanic that lives about a mile from Donut Derelicts. He regularly drives one of his three vintage Studebakers to the car show and that's where I met him. He has a shop in his garage with a lathe and misc. other equipment and likes to tinker. While hunting a pulley for a Briggs bike project, he came across a former Whizzer dealer that offered him a 2000 24'' bike at a great price. Bill scooped it up, (he road Whizzers as a young man). After replacing 12 spokes in the rear wheel, ignition coil and getting it running, he realized it may need some engine and carb work. I offered to help him sort it all out. Not knowing much about the newer Whizzers, I asked Ray if he may be able to give me a hand. If you know mason_man, you might have guessed he jumped right on board with a ton of info, parts and expertise he has accumulated over the years. I picked it up Saturday and brought it home. Ray came over the next Saturday and we listed the work it needed. Bill also wants to restyle it to look more like the vintage bikes. Not an easy job for a 24 incher. As you can see, it's missing quite a lot of the original pieces. We stripped it down some and added a lot to our list.