Stumbled onto a true barn find a few months ago. Always thinking I needed some kind of trials bike I couldn't help but ask, "What's the deal with the little TL125 in the corner?" Long story longer, after very carefully watering the seed occassionally, it followed me home today. Here it is loaded in the trailer sitting out in the freezing rain. After covering it with a tarp to keep the road spray off I quickly got it home, unloaded it and rolled it into the 'house of pain'. Had somewhere else to be so no time. Once back home I rolled it out into the dimming afternoon light to get a few pictures. She's been well used... ...but appears to be complete. Fender's a bit tweaked. Plastic. Maybe it can be starightened somehow. Plenty of scars on the cases along with a little peeling paint. 'Patina' they call it. A little cleaning to do. A little wear in the places you'd expect it. Ice coated tank emblem must've been super sharp sitting on the dealer's floor way back when. Don't know how crazy we'll get with it right away but the first order of business will be seeing if we can make it run. If so, it may become an ice bike for my daughter before it makes it into the woods. We'll have to see what the winter brings. In any event, our arrangement makes me a bit of the custodian of this little gem. I'll do my best to give it a happy home where it will be enjoyed for what it is. Gotta go. Have to do a little research on the vintage trials in New England. Merry Christmas to all, and to all a goodnight!