The World Wide Web is brimming with two-strokes in varying degrees of decrepitude and a wide variety of prices. And, as the saying goes, you get what you pay for. Clark’s starting point was a complete bike with a good frame, old-but-refreshable suspension and a blown-up motor. When looking for a dirt-cheap bike to fix up, make sure you find one with undamaged cases because, at around $1,200, their replacement costs would defeat the purpose. Fortunately, this Honda’s cases were sound.