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Living with the burden
Jul. 28, 2005, 3:19 PM

Don't you hate it when family members dump their hand-me-downs on you? Except scooters, of course:

TV175 Series 2. With Watsonian sidecar, first registered 1959

Was left the above over 20 years ago and had the intention of fixing it up one day. That day has never come and probably never will. It is still in reasonable condition for its age and all the bits are there. I even have the original leather helmets, petrol ration card, etc. It has 3 letter and 3 number number plate and the only owner prior to me was my gran. The sidecar was fitted from new. It has about 8000 on the clock but hasn't run since I recieved it.
“Petrol ration card”? When were those needed? Anyway: coming soon to an eBay near you, no doubt.


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To oil my friends!
Jul. 27, 2005, 8:50 AM

Rolf seals We've added some Lambretta oil seals, good Rolf brand and, as per usual, we sell to you at about 50% of the cost elsewhere, only $2.95/seal.

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Vespa fork race bearings
Jul. 23, 2005, 8:50 AM

fork bearings We were looking around and noticed other places were selling Vespa fork race bearings for $7 a piece, or $19 for the top or bottom set only. Then we noticed we'd forgot to add them on our site. So now you can get a complete top and bottom Vespa fork race bearing set for $17 altogether. Fits most models except VBB.

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Floats and filters
Jul. 10, 2005, 6:34 PM

pwk float A little sneak preview of some new carburetor goodies we'll shortly be carrying for your scooter. Here on a TS1 we're finishing up is a clear float bowl on our PWK carb so you can easily check what's going on. As well, a nice gauze filter so you can get maximum air flow without sucking in small animals.

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Of Kutonu and other fine destinations
Jun. 30, 2005, 9:15 AM

Oh, the joys of doing internet business:
From: john bravo [mailto:bravosales@plasa.com]
Sent: Friday, June 28, 2005 7:16 PM
Subject: order

Hello sale,
this is the procurement manager for bravo store we have stores in cannada and kutonu and we have just opened a new store in nigeria in which we will like to order some of your product to our retail outlet in nigeria and our payment will be through credict card i will like to know if you can ship to the destination if you can. mail me back asap so as to place my order . immediate response

Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.

Yes, I am Sale, how are you John Bravo? You must be the owner of Bravo Stores, right? How'd you get stuck in procurement? Anyway, you good people at Bravo Stores operate in Canada and Kotonu, huh? I've always wanted to go to Kutona, but haven't had time to look up where that is yet. Plus I always spell it wrong. And now a new shop in Nigeria? That's great, we're thinking of opening an outlet there as well, hear it's booming. And your email at Plasa.com is an Indonesian email site, right? Wow, you guys are extremely international.

Listen, John Bravo, let me mull over this wonderful offer of purchasing our scooter parts on your “credict card” for a bit then get back to you, OK? Thanks so much.

Sincerely,

Sale

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Back scratching
Jun. 28, 2005, 12:16 PM

A nice email today from a scooter parts customer:
The final part of my order has arrived safely today 27-06-05. Can I take the opportunity to thank you all for the excellent way that you have dealt with my order. The quality of your products is first class & it has been a pleasure to have done business with your company. I wish you every success in the future and hope to do business with you again soon. Meanwhile I will certainly recommend you to my friends.
Thank you, very nice.

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Little scooters
Jun. 25, 2005, 10:22 AM

With the bidding currently at $685 for a Lambretta scooter with two days to go, that's a pretty good price. On the other hand, given that the scooter is only a few centimeters tall, it might also be considered quite expensive.

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New stock added
Jun. 13, 2005, 3:44 PM

For all the Yanks and Canucks (and Mexicans too, of course), enjoy: we've added a ton of scooter parts to our North American stock, both Vespa parts and Lambretta parts, both big and small. Enjoy much cheaper shipping on the heavier items. This includes our tubeless Lambretta rims!

Remember to select the correct stock at the top of any parts page, and happy hunting.

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Rally rides on Rallys
Jun. 5, 2005, 11:05 AM

UPDATE: apparently scootRS killed the video star. Sorry guys! We'll remove the link so you can get your server usage back down to normal.

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If you've never been on a big scooter rally ride, watch this video from a San Francisco rally.

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On Education
May. 21, 2005, 10:37 PM

Two links for you: a tutorial on mounting a GPS and a video camera on a scooter, and a video about the new Vespa LX scooter (note: huge 30mb download!).

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