So I have a 1978 P200E and no one has really been able to explain my bike. So I bought this bike in LA and it doesn't have turn indicators in the frame and didn't in the original cowls. Since they are required here in CA, I purchased new cowls (the originals were beat to shit any way) and jimmied turn signals into the bottom of the headset. I did NOT want to cut the frame cos I think it looks cool. I (and my Italian mechanic 45 years) have confirmed the chassis and engine VIN and is definitely a 1978. It didn't come with the cheap, cheesy, plastic fuel tap selector but the classic metal lever. Does anyone have any Idea on where this came from or what model it is? I have heard the term "mark 1" and I have also been told it was produced for the Canadian market and was shipped into the states by an owner. Any input would be appreciated. BTW they were NOT filled in or otherwise covered over.
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