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COUNTDOWN: Lambretta Spare wheel disc chrome (no logo) just sold for $2.32!
Dec. 24, 2010, 6:07 AM

Our last Countdown scooter part, a Lambretta Spare wheel disc chrome (no logo), just sold for only $2.32!

Each Countdown item goes down in price 24 hours a day until grabbed by the first person, then the next one starts. Check back daily so you don't miss the next bargain too.


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COUNTDOWN: Lambretta LD rubber floor mat just sold for $2.70!
Dec. 20, 2010, 2:48 AM

Our last Countdown scooter part, a Lambretta LD rubber floor mat, just sold for only $2.70!

Each Countdown item goes down in price 24 hours a day until grabbed by the first person, then the next one starts. Check back daily so you don't miss the next bargain too.


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Lambro
Dec. 12, 2010, 10:56 AM

Lambros!

Go there to find out everything you never needed to know about 3-wheeled Lambrettas.

And someone buy these damn Lambro cylinders we were sent by mistake, will ya? 


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A Countdown item just sold for only $3.13!
Dec. 11, 2010, 2:17 AM

Our last Countdown item, a Lambretta fork link covers alloy, just sold for only $3.13!

Each Countdown item is an extra/used/old item that goes down in price all day long until grabbed by the first person. Then the next item comes up and starts going down in price.

Check out our Countdown items, and check back daily so you don't miss the next bargain too.


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Feedback on our new Lambretta S2 floor strips
Nov. 1, 2010, 6:52 PM

We often ask for feedback on new items and today asked for some on our new Lambretta S2 floor strips and got back the following replies so far:

Lambretta S2 floor strips

They are very good. Very well finished.

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They look and feel quite good and they do fit the holes in the floor!

And from one shop owner:

Far better quality than the Indian repro ones I've had, good colour.

9/10, well done.

Only $19.95.


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New Lambretta inboard disc brake kit version
Oct. 26, 2010, 12:01 PM

Lambretta inboard disc brake kit for drum linksInbododisukuburekikitto, anyone?

As you might have seen on our new parts page, we have released a new version of our high-pressure cast Lambretta inboard disc brake kit. The unique feature of this version is we have cast the back plate to use common drum links! No longer do you need to find and buy expensive or rare disc links! Only $259 for the whole kit.

We have also made available the inboard disc back plate by itself, so if you have your own original kit and want to use it on a scooter with drum links, you're in luck.

We hope this solution helps a lot of people.


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Lambretta Series 2 (S2) floor strips
Sep. 29, 2010, 10:24 AM

Following the great success of our Lambretta Series 3 floor strips which are now the nicest quality available anywhere, we have come out with the same for S2:

We've made our own Lambretta S2 floor strips for the same reason as before, because the Italian repros are overpriced but, more importantly, surprisingly terrible. The Italian ones are thin, poorly finished and randomly dented. As you can see up close, ours are none of that. As people wrote about our S3 ones:

I was pleased with the quality of the black S3 floor strips.They are much better than others I have had previously from various sources, including Italian and Indian.

Only $19.95. Enjoy improving the quality of your S1 or S2 restoration and saving money.


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Australia: we have one stainless steel Lambretta petrol tank there
Aug. 20, 2010, 11:27 AM

UPDATE: SOLD! Thanks.

Anyone in Australia want a stainless steel Lambretta petrol tank?

We have one in Australia, sent by mistake, so you can have it with FREE SHIPPING! (Or maybe to NZ with cheap shipping?)

You can pay the $63 here to order it. One only and it goes to the first person!

(We'll refund any extra orders and remove this when sold.)


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ScootRS World Cup at EuroLambretta 2010 Gijon
Jun. 10, 2010, 1:17 PM

EuroLambretta 2010 is in Gijon, Spain, this weekend, June 11-13th.

We are sponsoring a ScootRS World Cup football tournament at EuroLambretta - actually a gigantic inflatable foosball table where people are the players on the table! People from the same country will form teams to compete in a round-robin tournament. It should be really fun to play in and watch.

The event is sponsored in the name of our Lambretta tubeless rims, with the final 2 teams winning some tubeless rims, but with something from us for every team that participates.

The only question now is: what country will win? England might actually have a chance in this tournament!


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Serveta Lambretta model differences
May. 13, 2010, 1:13 PM

Was looking up some info on Serveta Lambrettas and came across a very useful old post by Robert from Spain:

Jet 200s came in a variety of guises:

  • Front mudguards were LI type, as is the horncast (except for those not fitted with a chrome ring).
  • Side panels were:
    • Up to '71-72, equal as SX200. When innnocenti closed down, first supplies of discs dried up, and panels later on. 1972 seems to be the year they changed panels to plain Li-type with the "200" go-faster stripe in black.
    • From '72 on the panels were Li-types with handles.
    • An in a later evolution up to the end of production they came with clip-type panels fitted.
  • Headset and switches, that's another story.
    • From early 80s till end of Jet production (1982) design was revamped to "Series 80" type, with SX-type headset but with fiberglass horncast and mudguard.

1982-83 when the Lynx appeared, frames were still being stamped as "SX200", and lynxes began by SX200-56***. Late Lynxes had the SX200-86**, and I've seen an "SX200-89***"

The Lynx-series as it is was very short-lived, no more than 2 years as Serveta went bust. From then on, it was the same scoot but was called SX200 and SX200e ("e" stood for economic, so points ignition, no turn signals, no rear view mirror -optional- and fewer stickers).

Bear in mind that Serveta in Spain went bust 3 times (end of 70s, mid 80s and late 80s) and suffered from a factory move from Eibar to Amurrio from 1986 on, so components were searched in the parts bin and fitted in an..., er, anarchic way. That explains why my 1988 Lynx has points ignition, a Series 2 front hub but with S3 backplate and the magflange has provision for electric starter.


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