thank you scott!
that's the the one for me. actually the image you posted is that of an AJR tss 350 which is a very accurate reproduction of the original made by two spaniards named Armando moli and Javier perez (the R part is replica) starting in 1997. still available today (new) the AJRs incorporate more modern 2 stroke technology to yield about 15 extra HP over the originals 42 with reliability never attained in 1969. ( the primary chains were a weak link, pardon the pun). the only other significant departure from the original is the tig welded chromoly frame replacing the plumbing pipe/stick welded bultaco factory racer. the engine cases have the same outward appearance, and the fairing is molded from the original form (in carbon fibre...i guess that's a significant update too). Although the brittish vintage racing scene has countless "manx norton" and other replicas ripping it up with far greater degrees of modern updating, the AJRs have been vitually banned in the U.K.
If any one wants to fork over about 15K plus shipping, get a fibreglass fairing to replace the carbon fibre stock unit, you could tear it up in uscra, wera, and the other clubs here in the U.S. because it really is no different than what is being run already. (pat mooney the ahrma stand out being an example of one who runs a replica racer) (some guys in our club have gone way further on their own building "vintage" racers which don't even try to look like the original). but i digress...thank you again scott, i just got all tinglie again.