Although I thought I would need help with the project I ended up being able to do the whole thing solo. A time consuming yet rewarding project that has probably made me appreciate the bike even more. It started with a good cleaning, followed by lots and lots of rust removal, and then tightening bolts, oiling the chain, pumping the tires, and adjusting of the brake pads. But most of the work was removing all that rust.I used a metal polish/cleaner that Jeff had kickin' around called Peek. I let the cream sit on the rust for a few minutes and then rubbed and scrubbed with a rag and fine wet/dry sandpaper. The cream not only helped remove the rust but made all the metal nice and shiny. Topped off with leather grips hand stitched by Amy Kenny and a bell from DBH that makes the sound 'ding-dong'.