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Lambretta LD
Aug. 6, 2003, 6:28 PM

Busy, busy, busy. Here's a very rare and special scooter these days: an LD with a ton of new and good used parts straight from Vittorio Tessera's warehouse in Italy. More on our Available Now page. In the background you can see a white and blue SX200 being finsihed. We've also just sold a similar one we had listed, but there are still a couple semi-finished Lambrettas on the Available Now page. -Or custom order like everyone else does. Also take a peek at the New Parts page, as we have a couple new items today.

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Vespa and Lambretta alarm system
Jul. 24, 2003, 12:10 PM

Alarm/immobiliser/remote starterWorried about security? Might want to check out the alarm system we sell. A nice email arrived today about a Lambretta we did some months back regarding it:

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My mechanic thinks that alarm/immobiliser/starter is brilliant - thinks he might order a bunch and do upgrades for the locals here. He's using my bike as a test case. He has also had the bike in the shop for a week now and reckons that everyone who comes in is amazed at the quality and absolutely loves the bike - as they should, it's fantastic!
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We agree about the alarm. And glad everyone likes the scooter.

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scootRS Lambretta TV175 award winner
Jul. 12, 2003, 12:22 AM

A nice email arrived and a nice story appeared about a scootRS TV175.

At Italian Week in Ottawa, Canada, this scooter won “Best Two-Wheeled Vehicle”:

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[T]he bike also beat a Ducati 999, Monster, and 760. When you figure a Duc 999 costs about $27000 Canadian, the cost of one of your bikes is way cheap to have the nicest ride in town.
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The scooter can be seen in an Ottawa Citizen story. A very similar scooter we did can be seen in our photo library.

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Lambretta disc brake
Jun. 24, 2003, 10:13 AM

Nice recent post about our disc brake system: “Have had one on for about six months and it looks as good as it works but the only problem I have is that I just cannot get my head round the idea that I have a Lambretta that stops as good as it goes.”

Others have suggested changing the standard rubber cable to a thinner metal Goodridge one. Something to consider.

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Lambretta carb
Jun. 11, 2003, 12:53 PM

What carb, right? We've added a little tech note to help you decide on a new Lambretta carb.

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Scooter Roadkill
May. 9, 2003, 4:37 PM

We've added more Vespa and Lambretta scooter wallpaper - a VBB and an SX200.

Again, see the downloads page.

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Lambretta SX200
Apr. 23, 2003, 10:47 PM

You decide:

SX200, nice original color, original disc, gray Italian trim, standard exhaust. Coming to a Scandinavian near you...


SX200, nice racing green, hydraulic disc, stainless steel trim, tuned exhaust. Coming to a Brit near you...

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scootRS hydraulic disc brake
Apr. 18, 2003, 2:03 PM

Just saw the April Scootering. Check out the scootRS hydraulic disc brake on page 36.

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Quadrophenia copy
Mar. 18, 2003, 8:34 AM

Remember Quadrophenia, yes?

Remember Jimmy's mod LI scooter, yes?

Willing to pay $10,000 for a copy of it, yes?

Ooops.

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“Restored”
Mar. 9, 2003, 9:38 AM

A nice definition was posted of the five different ways people use the word “restored” these days:

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Bad Vietnamese ones - shiny paint job over [crap].

The bad European import ones - spray paint the forks silver (getting overspray on the tires and painting the cables at the same time), cheap paintjob, steam clean the motor, maybe do some seals, wrong badges 1/2 the time, P-series plastic floor mat, etc.

The back yard resto's where some random person thinks they know what they're doing, and redo everything, but get 1/2 of it wrong.

The rider restoration, nice paint, mechanically sound, mostly/completely correct, but not meant to be a total show bike. Most restorations fall under this category, along with ScootRS bikes.

Then you've got the proper concours restoration, these take the average person 1-5 years, but the result is amazing.

The only ones that count in my book are the last two.
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