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Reference Desk: Jincheng JC 70-6 and a 1934 Lincoln Model K

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Topics:  Jincheng JC 70-6, Lincoln Model K
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Reference Desk: Jincheng JC 70-6 and a 1934 Lincoln Model K

Bill Crittenden
October 26, 2013

Jincheng JC 70-6

Recently Dan asked, "I was recently given a JC-706, and while researching the bike I found some pictures of one on your website. http://www.carsandracingstuff.com/library/j/jc706.php  I'm trying to find some replacement parts and a repair manual for it, and I was hoping you could point me in the right direction.  Any help you could give would be appreciated.

From what I can tell off of other websites, the bike is a clone of the Honda CT70, and while Jincheng is the name I found on the example I photographed (and likely the name on the version you have) it seems to have also been sold as the "Panda Trail Rider 70," and there is a lot more on Google under that name.

Perhaps some of the Honda's parts would fit, but I can't find a definitive answer. I bet the Honda manual would be pretty helpful, though. I found one on eBay for $4 at www.ebay.com/bhp/honda-ct70-manual and a few other pdf versions I can't check from my phone by Googling honda ct70 manual.

Hope this helps!

1934 Lincoln Model K

A television producer from Brazil writes, "For the next edition, we are going to remember the history of an 1934 Lincoln K, a property of our ex-president Getúlio Vargas that was sold for an American citizen in the 70’s decade. As a journalist, I am trying to find this vehicle, as a way to know if it’s owner wants to be interview by our staff in US. In this task, I just have the motor number of the car: KB-3.390. I am writing this email to ask if there is some department in the US government that could has an national data bank with old cars motors numbers – and the location of their owners.

Because they don't want everybody knowing what they're working on, they wanted their name left out.  So just e-mail me at admin@carsandracingstuff.com and I'll pass it along to the producer.

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