It was dead when I first got it but brought it back to life again.
I wrenched the engine, repaired the tires and stripped everything and painted and polished it. Now it looks sweet again :)
It's a Honda Monkey, 1971. 81cc piston and with long stroke crank shaft making it around 100cc something... 4 speed rotational clutch. Different suspension fork, etc. It looks OEM at first glance but it does have some extra horses underneath :)
It was "YUCK!!!" when I first got it but with a little TLC, it now looks really nice.
It is no secret that stripping a bike down and painting it will make it look good but that is only half of the secret. The biggest secret here is that I removed the rust and polished every part that is chrome plated. The easiest way to do this is by using a bronze circular brush that I attached to my portable drill. Another is by using very fine steel wool used for cleaning pots and frying pans. Then I used metal polish. I use this technique for everything that is chrome plated. From bicycles to motorcycles to cars and it does make wonders.
Note: WD40 and other brands of deep penetrating oil will help to remove the rust faster if you apply it first on the rusty area before polishing it with very fine kitchen steel wool. Sometimes I use coarser steel wool if the part is heavily rusted but this may scratch the part so my advice is to try it gently on smaller areas first before going all out.