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A beautiful Vespa VBB
Nov. 23, 2006, 11:04 PM

Creamy VBB Dreamy VBB A few photos from the shopcam. Of course this mostly stock VBB (aka Sportique) has our great 4-speed 5-port motor with all-new parts inside (crank, gears, CDI flywheel, everything) so no bodges or anything to ever worry about, but beyond being zippy and reliable it's fairly stock. And very beautiful with the oxblood seat on cream, no doubt. All done, only $3344 for a Vespa VBB this nice throughout? Wow. Unbeatable.

We've also added a few new Vespa parts: a chrome brake pedal for PX, a chrome gear selector box, some spiffy seat badges, and more. As per usual, see our New scooter parts page.

Finally, a nice comment just received:

scootRS.com = GREAT! Thanks to you my ’66 scooter will look astonishing!

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Great deal on a great classic: Vespa VLB Sprint $2879!
Nov. 8, 2006, 1:30 PM

We've changed our scooter prices a bit to reflect our stock and now probably the best deal anywhere on a restored scooter is our Vespa VLB Sprint, starting at just $2,299. That means fully-restored with an all-new 3-port CDI engine for ONLY $2879, 5-port CDI for ONLY $2944, or 5-port CDI reed-valve for ONLY $3044!

That is truly a great deal on an Italian model of this high quality restoration, which is far above that of the Asian/Indian imports being flipped everywhere.

How do you know? Read what a recent owner reports firsthand.

For you Lambretta fans, we've had to raise the price on some models which are impossible to find anymore. However, we've lowered the price a bit on our Lambretta LI150 Special, now starting at just $2899. Fully-restored with an all-new 150cc CDI motor it is only $3429, or $3519 for 200cc CDI! Also a truly great deal.


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New Vespa parts
Oct. 25, 2006, 12:00 PM

Stainless tank lid We've added a couple new Vespa items. First up is a stainless steel gas/petrol tank lid. There was a new one about but it had so many things made slightly wrong we couldn't resell it and instead made our own inhouse to be exactly like original. Except of course it will never rust into your tank! (We also have a painted one for you originality freaks.)

PX 5-pole regulatorAlso added is a PX 5-pole regulator/rectifier for scooters needing a battery charger built in. At $28, it is much cheaper than the typical price out there for a Ducati item.

We have also added a standard Lambretta Series 2 exhaust - as usual, see the New Parts page.


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New Vespa part numbers and categories
Oct. 24, 2006, 7:29 PM

Previously we did Lambretta; now we've reorganized our Vespa parts onsite to make things clearer and easier for you. They are now numbered and organized into categories onsite according to an official Vespa parts book. This way you can check your parts book then just look in the same section onsite!

Unlike Lambretta there are many Vespa parts books, though luckily all with almost the same categories. We've used the VLB Sprint parts book seeing as that is our default part type (though VLB parts of course fit several models). Go ahead and download the book as a reference. (Note: page 39 was missing from the PDF version when we downloaded, so get page 39 here.)

Now, if you want to search by part number at scootRS, the first letter in the part number is the type (V=Vespa), then the section (01, 02, etc.), then the drawing number in that section, then any variation. For example, V0329 (section 3, drawing 29) is a VLB-type cruciform, and V0329-PX is a PX-type cruciform. You will find that part in the new Sec. 3 Gears - Rear Hub, or by searching for V0329. (If you went by a PX parts book it would also be in Sec. 3, but likely the drawing number would be different.)

If you haven't used a Vespa parts book before, note that they are organized by area of the scooter, not function as most websites do it, so a few small items might not be where you think. That's why having a book onhand helps, and you should have one anyway. Heck, they're free.

Hope it helps!


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Lambretta stainless steel parts - Vespa seats
Oct. 5, 2006, 4:40 PM

Stainless tank cover We've added a few more Lambretta stainless steel parts to our growing arsenal, including a stainless gas/petrol tank cover shown above. Also added are stainless fork link bolts and stainless lever bolts.

PX flag seats For Vespa PX fans we have added more PX seats and seat covers, this time those in a country or mod target flag design. Looks great.

As usual, see our new scooter parts page.


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Lambrettas ready to deliver, and some new parts
Sep. 13, 2006, 1:58 PM

PX twotone seat cover stainless steel gas cap A few new parts including some Vespa PX seat covers to spruce up your old jalopy, and a Lambretta gas/petrol tank cap in stainless steel so it will never rust into your tank! We've also added a Lambretta double seat springs kit so you can refurbish your own seat and stop feeling, well, depressed. As usual, see the New Parts page.

Sporty Lambretta Sporty Lambretta

We've also added two beautiful sporty Lambretta LI Special 200cc scooters for sale on the Available scooters page, ready to deliver!


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The Cadillac of VBBs - and more new Vespa parts
Aug. 28, 2006, 12:49 PM

A beautiful Vespa VBB We just added this Vespa VBB we've finished. It's a fully restored 1960s Italian Vespa VBB as per our base restoration with all new parts (new 5-port cylinder, gears, crankshaft, mainshaft, 12v CDI flywheel system, etc.) for safety and reliability, plus all our usual nice touches like halogen headlight, nice speedo, chromed bolts, leather seat, etc., etc. The color is very sharp and looks amazing with the whitewalls! See our Available page for full details. You won't find a better deal anywhere on such a nice scooter.

Polished alloy choke lever VL/Allstate rear light Polished alloy end caps All Vespa owners should find something amongst our new parts they'll like. For example, a polished alloy choke lever. Replace that cheap old plastic bit on there - who ever said they got everything right 40 years ago? - with this very nice little piece. Looks much better. There are also some nice quality 1950s rubber gaskets and grommets you've been looking for, polished alloy end caps, VL/Allstate rear light and lens for a reasonable price, PX twotone sport seats, etc. As per usual, see the new scooter parts page.


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A beautiful Vespa VBB - and a sale on tubeless rims!
Jul. 29, 2006, 1:45 AM

A beautiful Vespa VBB We just added this Vespa VBB we've finished. It's a fully restored 1960s Italian Vespa VBB as per our base restoration with all new parts (new 5-port cylinder, gears, crankshaft, mainshaft, 12v CDI flywheel system, etc.) for safety and reliability, plus all our usual nice touches like halogen headlight, nice speedo, chromed bolts, leather seat, etc., etc. It even has a reed-valve built in to provide great low end pull and fuel efficiency! Very zippy motor. See our Available page for full details. You won't find a better deal anywhere on such a nice scooter.

Also, right now we have a sale on of our classic scooter tubeless safety rims, from only $29 for Lambretta and up! The sale even includes our latest 3rd generation Vespa design which builds on our years experience with our world first Lambretta design! We want people to be able to try them who haven't been able to in the past, so go tubeless before your tube goes on you! See the product page for more info and read the Scootering Magazine review linked there where they hailed them as good quality and “a major advance in safety.”


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Lambretta alloy and Vespa chrome
Jul. 25, 2006, 12:24 AM

gp rear light alloy Vespa bolts in chrome We've added a few more new parts for both Lambretta and Vespa. For example, a polished alloy rear light for GP (no lens included) so you can ditch your plastic one. Couple stainless items as well.



For Vespa we've added several bolts and such in chrome, and a few fork link covers recently, for PX and oldies and smallframes. Actually, we've added a fair number of smallframe parts for 50/90/125cc including a nice seat.



As usual, see the new scooter parts page.


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The good and bad scooter news
Jul. 17, 2006, 12:14 PM

Good news first?

We've added a ton of new parts, most notably an array of T5 goodies: rear lights, fender crests, lenses, speedo cover, horncast, windshield, switches, etc.

And there are other new parts as well, mostly Vespa, but also a few Lambretta. Take a look.

The bad news?

Live and in person We're all out of our 2006 Scooter Calendar! So, our offer of a free calendar with $100 orders has ended. Well, there's always next year.


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