Good job bro.
After purchasing Latin Active, I didn't know what to do with it. I didn't want to redo it other then restore it but because of tight time and financial resources, I had to put it aside. Last night I walked into my garage, and realized I was sick of seeing it in that (no offense to whoever painted it) blue/black paint scheme. I walked out, grabbed my keys, headed to Auto-Zone, and bought lots of 220 sandpaper. Five hours later (about 1:30am) I got this much done. Once all the blue/black paint is off, I'm going to start hitting it with 1000-12,000 grit emery cloth and clear it. Maybe even touch up where the previous painted sanded through the original paint. Fortunately, when it was repainted cheap or no primer was used. Except where some minor bodywork was done. I'm thinking of taking it to the Torres Empire show just for exhibition. We'll see.
I agree Jevs! Its been a dream of mine to own it since I first saw it in the early 90s. I love the lines of the bike. Especially the way the back angles down. It reminds me of those coach built cars from the lates 20s-30s.
And yes. We hope to see you and your wife again this year. You'll definitley see it in person. Maybe I'll have it rolling by then. All it needs is chanins and handle bars. If that's the case then you can take it for a ride up and down the street.
And as for your rc trike, that thing is priceless. So much ingenuity behind it. It does remind one of Latin Active. Same type of mods. Nice work!