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Molto Verboso
2007 Stella 150
Joined: 02 Nov 2019
Posts: 1114
Location: Rochester, Minnesota
Sat Aug 01, 2020 3:08 pm quote
oopsclunkthud wrote:
... got the fork back into the GS.

I'm now convinced that the bodges have the right idea! May as well make all the parts from coke cans, it would be lest work then reworking the "Top quality" replacement parts so that they actually fit.
DR Pepper cans would be better.
Veni, Vidi, Posti
a not so normal vbb2 '64, a weirdo vbx '86, a not so normal pts100 '82 and a red lipstick '74 sprint
Joined: 15 Jun 2009
Posts: 5715
Location: Indo
Sun Aug 02, 2020 3:42 am quote
Enjoying the evening

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76 Sprint V, 63 GL, 62 VBB, 05 Stella
Joined: 16 Jun 2011
Posts: 2852
Location: Nashville
Mon Aug 03, 2020 7:29 am quote
I cleaned my garage over the past few days for, I realized, the first time in over two years. I made some shelves, which helped a LOT, along with disposing with several things that really should have gone away long ago.

It's weird to go into the garage and be able to just walk without having to twist sideways or step over things...

No progress on the VBB because the new crank has been, according to FedEx, sitting in Cologne for the past five days.

And since it's not "due" until tonight, FedEx won't do anything about it until it's officially late. But at 8:01 CDT tonight, I'll be after them if it hasn't showed up.

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That's a coffee spill behind the Stella that I just haven't cleaned up yet. Every time I go past, I think it's oil.

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I sorted through almost all of the nuts, bolts, small connectors, etc. There's still more to do, but I'm making progress. I have containers now of M6, M7, M8 that I can sort through, rather than what I've been doing, which is, "I can't find any X.

Veni, Vidi, Posti
74 Super, 75 Super, PX project, LML off-roader and new to 2018, '66 Blue Badge Smallframe
Joined: 30 Nov 2011
Posts: 7954
Location: Victoria, Australia
Mon Aug 03, 2020 7:06 pm quote
Made some spring changes to a pair of YSS shocks.

More on that here - http://modernvespa.com/forum/post2421260#2421260



Ossessionato
2015 GTS300, 1974 Primavera, 04 Ninja 250
Joined: 04 Apr 2013
Posts: 4503
Location: San Diego, CA
Mon Aug 03, 2020 7:08 pm quote
My Vespa story of the week is I used a P200 clutch spring to fix my vacuum cleaner's foot lever. It was originally with a plastic spring to force it back, but it snapped off years ago. I was so sick of the vacuum falling over I almost tossed it but I had a search on YouTube and found some ideas on how to fix it but just needed a spring. Whenever I need a random bit of hardware, I think scooter spare parts - it was an amazing perfect fit, and now it works like new
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Mon Aug 03, 2020 9:37 pm quote
sdjohn wrote:
My Vespa story of the week is I used a P200 clutch spring to fix my vacuum cleaner's foot lever. It was originally with a plastic spring to force it back, but it snapped off years ago. I was so sick of the vacuum falling over I almost tossed it but I had a search on YouTube and found some ideas on how to fix it but just needed a spring. Whenever I need a random bit of hardware, I think scooter spare parts - it was an amazing perfect fit, and now it works like new
Malossi makes XXL springs if you're vacuuming deep shag carpet.
Veni, Vidi, Posti
74 Super, 75 Super, PX project, LML off-roader and new to 2018, '66 Blue Badge Smallframe
Joined: 30 Nov 2011
Posts: 7954
Location: Victoria, Australia
Tue Aug 04, 2020 3:11 am quote
whodatschrome wrote:
sdjohn wrote:
My Vespa story of the week is I used a P200 clutch spring to fix my vacuum cleaner's foot lever. It was originally with a plastic spring to force it back, but it snapped off years ago. I was so sick of the vacuum falling over I almost tossed it but I had a search on YouTube and found some ideas on how to fix it but just needed a spring. Whenever I need a random bit of hardware, I think scooter spare parts - it was an amazing perfect fit, and now it works like new
Malossi makes XXL springs if you're vacuuming deep shag carpet.
Last season (2019) the Malossi Cup was run over a series of highly technical and difficult student share houses. Some of the vacuuming at this elite level will literally take your breath away.
Veni, Vidi, Posti
a not so normal vbb2 '64, a weirdo vbx '86, a not so normal pts100 '82 and a red lipstick '74 sprint
Joined: 15 Jun 2009
Posts: 5715
Location: Indo
Thu Sep 03, 2020 1:00 pm quote
Rainny season
Today i preparing my not so normal vbb to welcoming the rainny season, yes i wax it and hope no rain will slide inside when i rode it while doing it i said why not do the same for neighbour vespa as well, as i have more left over wax from a friends, and its a productive way to spend a hot day at home, its almost like a exercise as i burn more calori while smiling

Have a nice day to you all and cheer

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Nice and yellow

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The neighbours vespas

Ossessionato
76 Sprint V, 63 GL, 62 VBB, 05 Stella
Joined: 16 Jun 2011
Posts: 2852
Location: Nashville
Fri Sep 04, 2020 3:34 am quote
I spent some time cleaning the garage yesterday. It's looking a lot better than it was. What I can never figure out his how can I do this like every six weeks and yet it'll still be impossible to walk through and full of junk to throw away every time.

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Josie gets in on the action, as usual.

Enthusiast
2005 Stella 2T
Joined: 14 Jun 2020
Posts: 61
Location: MA
Fri Sep 04, 2020 9:26 am quote
Installed an SIP Corsa III seat and a Bumm shorty mirror.

Really wanted this style seat, which seems to be an SIP exclusive. They were back-ordered for a while. Kept checking and jumped when I saw they had a few in stock again. Was also looking to do something with my mirrors. Added this one to help justify the shipping expense.

Seat quality is acceptable for the price point. Bolt holes in the mounting bracket needed to be cleaned up with a Dremel bit to get the bolts to line up with the threaded holes in the frame. Even then, the seat post is needed to pull the seat into line after it is lowered down. The latching point on the stock LML seat post is too high--seat still lowers all the way, just doesnít latch there. Looks like a seat post from an older Vespa might work if I even bother to address that.

Using a stock LML mirror mount, the mirror was useless out of the box. Aimed as high as it would go, all you could see was the road next to the rear tire. Took a bit of massaging to get to a point where you can actually see what is behind you.

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Ossessionato
76 Sprint V, 63 GL, 62 VBB, 05 Stella
Joined: 16 Jun 2011
Posts: 2852
Location: Nashville
Fri Sep 04, 2020 9:37 am quote
If your experience is like mine, you'll never want to go back to the stock Stella seat, and not just for the aesthetics. The race seat lowers the center of gravity just a little bit, but it made a big difference for me, especially at higher speeds.

That's an outstanding looking bike, too. The blue looks great!
Hooked
1972 Vespa GTR, 1963 Lambretta LI 125
Joined: 05 Nov 2018
Posts: 132
Location: Halifax, England
Mon Sep 07, 2020 11:45 am quote
I took the gamble
So off with some lads to have a ride out so we met at a KFC carpark and set off. The trip was planned for a stop off for breakie and then a cool drink and then a bit further on a coffee and then home. I manged 5 miles!!! I had been gambling with not taking a spare wheel as I currently had nowhere to put it. And yes a loose back end (from two back ends) and a puncture showed itself. As I was the only one on a Lambretta I was a little stuffed. So lean the bike over take the wheel off and one of the lads took me home to get my spare.

Luckily I was not that far away from home and we continued on to have a good run out.

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Take the panels off and lean over.

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Remove the wheel.

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Replace the wheel.

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Home safe and sound.

Molto Verboso
bare metal cafe racer
Joined: 01 Sep 2017
Posts: 1032
Location: Aotearoa (New Zealand)
Mon Sep 07, 2020 7:22 pm quote
Kowalski wrote:
Installed an SIP Corsa III seat and a Bumm shorty mirror.
Really wanted this style seat, which seems to be an SIP exclusive. They were back-ordered for a while. Kept checking and jumped when I saw they had a few in stock again. Was also looking to do something with my mirrors. Added this one to help justify the shipping expense.

Seat quality is acceptable for the price point. Bolt holes in the mounting bracket needed to be cleaned up with a Dremel bit to get the bolts to line up with the threaded holes in the frame. Even then, the seat post is needed to pull the seat into line after it is lowered down. The latching point on the stock LML seat post is too high--seat still lowers all the way, just doesnít latch there. Looks like a seat post from an older Vespa might work if I even bother to address that.
Seat looks great - I really like mine on my Sportique. The angle of the back of the seat sits really nice with the lines of the tail. Totally agree about quality and fitment - you get what you pay for (they aren't that expensive after all), and the latch doesn't quite line up right with the mushroom. FWIW - I had to re-tap and upsize from the smaller M7 older mushroom to the M8 modern mushroom - they don't work with the smaller ones. They just don't work perfectly with the newer ones either. But it does sit down straight and there is pretty much no gap underneath.

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Style Maven
74 50s x3 78 P200 84 Cosa PK50XL2 58 AllState 68 Sprint 80 50special '66(?) Super125
Joined: 22 Nov 2010
Posts: 7881
Location: seattle/athens
Mon Sep 07, 2020 8:59 pm quote
Your bike turned out really well, especially the front end work and mudguard.

What trim is that on your legshield?
Molto Verboso
bare metal cafe racer
Joined: 01 Sep 2017
Posts: 1032
Location: Aotearoa (New Zealand)
Mon Sep 07, 2020 9:56 pm quote
V oodoo wrote:
Your bike turned out really well, especially the front end work and mudguard.

What trim is that on your legshield?
Thanks man! And finally someone noticed the trim. Itís some cheap but quality rubber trim I bought from Para Rubber (a chain that has existed in NZ for ever). Super low profile squared trim. Glued on with this amazing superglue called Tarzans Grip - rubberised shock resistant superglue with a 2min set time. I also backed all the runners with 1.5mm rubber using the same glue. The trim runs the entire length and makes the side runners look awesome I think. Creates this thick angled black-silver-black border along the floor. Wasnít intentional - just came together that way. I have rubberised a lot of accessories because of the lack of decent thick paint - to prevent metal-on-metal abrasion. Only down side is the real trim probably adds a bit of structure to the leg shield and I think is why mine vibrates a fair bit.

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Ossessionato
76 Sprint V, 63 GL, 62 VBB, 05 Stella
Joined: 16 Jun 2011
Posts: 2852
Location: Nashville
Tue Sep 08, 2020 3:34 am quote
That is one supremely sharp bike

Is that mirror fixed to the headset, or does it rotate with the throttle tube?

And a nice disc brake, too. Did you do a fork conversion?
Molto Verboso
bare metal cafe racer
Joined: 01 Sep 2017
Posts: 1032
Location: Aotearoa (New Zealand)
Tue Sep 08, 2020 12:55 pm quote
chandlerman wrote:
That is one supremely sharp bike

Is that mirror fixed to the headset, or does it rotate with the throttle tube?

And a nice disc brake, too. Did you do a fork conversion?
Cheers CM. Just recently got her legal. Mirrors are fixed and solid. Bar end indicators too. PK XL fork conversion. Itís all in here somewhere:

[url] How to cheat and get a barn find.
Veni, Vidi, Posti
74 Super, 75 Super, PX project, LML off-roader and new to 2018, '66 Blue Badge Smallframe
Joined: 30 Nov 2011
Posts: 7954
Location: Victoria, Australia
Tue Sep 08, 2020 2:38 pm quote
PP - have to say - while in general I don't like bare-metal finishes - your work is really impressive. You have a good eye for stuff. I also admire your thrift in some key areas!
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P200 VNB Li125
Joined: 28 May 2008
Posts: 4435
Location: Hustletown, TX
Tue Sep 08, 2020 5:35 pm quote
Re: I took the gamble
L4NFF wrote:
Luckily I was not that far away from home and we continued on to have a good run out.
Man, your Li is gorgeous. Nice scoot.

PP - yours too! Good-looking rig.
Molto Verboso
bare metal cafe racer
Joined: 01 Sep 2017
Posts: 1032
Location: Aotearoa (New Zealand)
Tue Sep 08, 2020 5:47 pm quote
Ginch wrote:
PP - have to say - while in general I don't like bare-metal finishes - your work is really impressive. You have a good eye for stuff. I also admire your thrift in some key areas!
Haha... the main thriftiness being the lack of paint! Reckon that alone paid for half of the other stuff.
Ossessionato
76 Sprint V, 63 GL, 62 VBB, 05 Stella
Joined: 16 Jun 2011
Posts: 2852
Location: Nashville
Wed Sep 09, 2020 2:49 am quote
pheasant plucker wrote:
Cheers CM. Just recently got her legal. Mirrors are fixed and solid. Bar end indicators too. PK XL fork conversion. Itís all in here somewhere:

[url] How to cheat and get a barn find.
I started catching up on your thread, but I was waaaaay behind, like, it was barely out of the barn when I left off, so I have some reading to do, but I'm looking forward to getting caught up on your progress
Veni, Vidi, Posti
74 Super, 75 Super, PX project, LML off-roader and new to 2018, '66 Blue Badge Smallframe
Joined: 30 Nov 2011
Posts: 7954
Location: Victoria, Australia
Fri Sep 11, 2020 1:22 am quote
Just came across this from BFA Motori from July. Contains some highly interesting teasers!
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Autumn large frame in the BFA house

We summarize in this post the news for largeframe that will be released in the coming months after the August holidays.

- Tree px c60 early. Will be produced for crankcase 200 and crankcase 125/150 in connecting rod 110 and connecting rod 127

- Cylinder 177cc (63 x 57, connecting rod 110) Piaggio crankcase 125/150 and derivatives. Ready to go into production, we are waiting for the FORGIATI custom pistons.

- 225 cc cylinder (69 x 60, connecting rod 127) with stud spacing as Piaggio 125/150 crankcase and derivatives. Requires a c60 shaft with 127mm connecting rod spacing.
In production, ready for the first tests from mid September.

- Cylinder 244cc (72 x 60, connecting rod 127) with stud spacing as Piaggio 200 crankcase and derivatives. Requires a c60 shaft with 127mm axle spacing.
At an advanced design stage, ready for testing by the end of the year.

- Clutch with 4 px discs and derivatives. A cheaper but no less effective alternative to our BFA / SIP 5-Disc Clutch, the lightest and most performing large clutch.
currently on the market. It will be assembled with all the px primaries on the market. Prototypes ready and currently being tested. In shops at the end of September / beginning of October.

- 5-speed gearbox with internal selector. Given the request, we decided to "put in the car" also this product that had been snoozing in the PC for at least a couple of years. The first prototypes are ready for testing; final product by the end of the year on the shelves.

Some of these products like the 177cc, the 5M gearbox and the mast, should have been ready before the summer, but with the lockdown we had delays that were not foreseeable.


See you soon with the first photos of the products.
I'm especially interested in the 225 for 150 cases; the 244 looks amazing however! Check it out below... one of the few direct intake cylinders for largeframe on the market.

Crimaz has now done an "internal" selector - it's 1000 euros. Interesting to see what the BFA 5 speed is worth. No doubt eye-watering.

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Hooked
Rat 2003 Stella 2T; 1979 P125x (in pieces, out for paint)
Joined: 12 Sep 2015
Posts: 254
Location: Madtown
Fri Sep 11, 2020 3:24 pm quote
Today I went to the super-nice dude who is painting my p125x frame in something close to peacock blue, I was ready to pick it up because he told me last Friday he was super-definitely all set to start spraying it that Saturday, but it wasn't ready. He had a good excuse. Not as good as two weeks ago, when he had sliced off the tips of his fingers on a table saw. Or the few weeks before, when he got swamped by other work. Or the few weeks before that.

I don't blame him, the price is right, and its tough to find an auto-body guy who is willing to touch the strange stuff, especially for a reasonable price.
Ossessionato
76 Sprint V, 63 GL, 62 VBB, 05 Stella
Joined: 16 Jun 2011
Posts: 2852
Location: Nashville
Fri Sep 11, 2020 4:51 pm quote
yackee wrote:
...when he had sliced off the tips of his fingers on a table saw.
Pictures or it didn't happen!

I remember when my brother ran his thumb over the top of a table saw...with a 1/4" dado blade in it. That's one of things you can never un-see.
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1963 VBB2T
Joined: 07 Nov 2012
Posts: 2284

Fri Sep 11, 2020 5:15 pm quote
I'm started my holidays for 2 weeks , yip yah. I adjusted my gear cables the Voodoo way, way better now and I could see right away the extreme slack in the one cable, so much better.

I removed the blue mesh air filter from the carburator, major differnce on the throttle I can easily cruise upto 50 mph now .

I drilled the gas cap vent through, there was no exit on the top of the cap , must have painted over it. Running better and it never shut down.
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Fri Sep 11, 2020 9:15 pm quote
Picked up the freshly bored GS cylinder, 60mm bore, 60mm stroke, making it now a 170.
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Fri Sep 11, 2020 9:37 pm quote
oopsclunkthud wrote:
Picked up the freshly bored GS cylinder, 60mm bore, 60mm stroke, making it now a 170.
Square engine!
Veni, Vidi, Posti
74 Super, 75 Super, PX project, LML off-roader and new to 2018, '66 Blue Badge Smallframe
Joined: 30 Nov 2011
Posts: 7954
Location: Victoria, Australia
Sat Sep 12, 2020 2:52 am quote
oopsclunkthud wrote:
Picked up the freshly bored GS cylinder, 60mm bore, 60mm stroke, making it now a 170.
Remind me why we call it a long stroke again?
Molto Verboso
2007 Stella 150
Joined: 02 Nov 2019
Posts: 1114
Location: Rochester, Minnesota
Sat Sep 12, 2020 3:03 am quote
Ginch wrote:
oopsclunkthud wrote:
Picked up the freshly bored GS cylinder, 60mm bore, 60mm stroke, making it now a 170.
Remind me why we call it a long stroke again?
I believe factory is 57mm so 60mm is a longer stroke.
Veni, Vidi, Posti
74 Super, 75 Super, PX project, LML off-roader and new to 2018, '66 Blue Badge Smallframe
Joined: 30 Nov 2011
Posts: 7954
Location: Victoria, Australia
Sat Sep 12, 2020 3:08 am quote
Christopher_55934 wrote:
Ginch wrote:
oopsclunkthud wrote:
Picked up the freshly bored GS cylinder, 60mm bore, 60mm stroke, making it now a 170.
Remind me why we call it a long stroke again?
I believe factory is 57mm so 60mm is a longer stroke.
I know... it was a joke.
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Sat Sep 12, 2020 10:45 am quote
Christopher_55934 wrote:
Ginch wrote:
oopsclunkthud wrote:
Picked up the freshly bored GS cylinder, 60mm bore, 60mm stroke, making it now a 170.
Remind me why we call it a long stroke again?
I believe factory is 57mm so 60mm is a longer stroke.
Stock GS stroke is 60mm with a 58mm bore. It was under square, not ideal.

Figured since there was a huge gouge in the exhaust port, now was the time to fix that.
Addicted
'79 P200, '74 VBC Super, '80 100 Sport
Joined: 23 Jan 2012
Posts: 719
Location: 32į 37' 40" N, 117į 2' 53" W
Sun Sep 13, 2020 3:03 pm quote
Crudsputterstall
In a blazing return to glory and scoot focus, I believe I have diagnosed the smallie fuel delivery issues

I swapped the tank with a spare that I had, replaced the fuel tap and cleaned the carb. Fired right up and runs great! Thanks @socalguy for the tap wrench loan.

Coming soon to a virtual selling block near you, Franken-Camo 100 Sport, with super low miles on a recent rebuild, and a stash of extra parts. Ready to rock as the 3-speed village scoot it is meant to be, or to build the jet pack of your dreams...

Complete with cotter pin

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Molto Verboso
bare metal cafe racer
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Location: Aotearoa (New Zealand)
Mon Sep 14, 2020 12:24 am quote
Got ridiculous and blinged out the helmet... got the matt black Bullit for a steal ages ago. Thought I should make it stand out a bit more so added the visor. Also had my Sena Prism arrive. Yet to try it out... will report back on how well it works and post some video.

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Veni, Vidi, Posti
74 Super, 75 Super, PX project, LML off-roader and new to 2018, '66 Blue Badge Smallframe
Joined: 30 Nov 2011
Posts: 7954
Location: Victoria, Australia
Mon Sep 14, 2020 1:23 am quote
pheasant plucker wrote:
Got ridiculous and blinged out the helmet... got the matt black Bullit for a steal ages ago. Thought I should make it stand out a bit more so added the visor. Also had my Sena Prism arrive. Yet to try it out... will report back on how well it works and post some video.
That looks way better than clear. I love the idea of them but am just put off by the look... specifically the round things (hinges?) on the side.
Molto Verboso
bare metal cafe racer
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Mon Sep 14, 2020 4:02 am quote
Ginch wrote:
That looks way better than clear. I love the idea of them but am just put off by the look... specifically the round things (hinges?) on the side.
It certainly changes the look. The clear is good for rocking sunnies under - easy to wear them with this helmet.

The round things are hinges. Solid metal ones.

I enjoy this helmet a lot. Huge view. They wonít be quite as safe as other full face helmets - the chin isnít strong enough. And they are loud. But so comfortable (Iím a round oval).

But for around town, the comfort and view win.
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2 matching N.Z. '69 VBC Super, 177cc Racer, VespaCross Bodge, Puch SRA150, Piaggio Zip 100! & others
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Mon Sep 14, 2020 4:50 am quote
Today I... made some progress on the PX200e, finally
Yip, after "a few years or so" (as my partner keeps reminding me) I made some noticeable progress (to me) on the PX200e that I'm restoring for sale.

Today I...
- cleaned & painted the shocks (even though I slightly screwed the fresh paint up by rebuilding them too soon), now they're tied to a chair in front of the heater
- huffed a bit of paint, just for the hell of it.
- Got the Tyres off the rims & prepared them for painting (I left paint at the other house!) to match the "silver"
- finally got bulbs (stolen out of a Zip speedo!) into the speedo
- touched up all stonechips with a teeny brush
- got the motor running (after pouring lots o fuel down the carb)

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Doighty

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Buffed

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Baking by the heater

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Pic is from ages ago, but as there are no wheels nor shocks, it's impossible to take a nedw pic, but you get the gist of the colour style

Molto Verboso
62 VBB1T Round Tail W/ leaner sidecar
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Mon Sep 14, 2020 8:21 am quote
Baking by the heater
HAHAHA! That belongs in the thread about things our wives/partners were less then thrilled with...
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Mon Sep 14, 2020 9:26 am quote
charlieman22 wrote:
Baking by the heater
HAHAHA! That belongs in the thread about things our wives/partners were less then thrilled with...
...and mothers
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76 Sprint V, 63 GL, 62 VBB, 05 Stella
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Mon Sep 14, 2020 9:45 am quote
whodatschrome wrote:
charlieman22 wrote:
Baking by the heater
HAHAHA! That belongs in the thread about things our wives/partners were less then thrilled with...
...and mothers
That's the "introduce yourselves" thread.
Veni, Vidi, Posti
74 Super, 75 Super, PX project, LML off-roader and new to 2018, '66 Blue Badge Smallframe
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Location: Victoria, Australia
Mon Sep 14, 2020 2:20 pm quote
Re: Today I... made some progress on the PX200e, finally
SubEtherBASS wrote:
Yip, after "a few years or so" (as my partner keeps reminding me) I made some noticeable progress (to me) on the PX200e that I'm restoring for sale.
Happy to hear that!

CM, Callum's partner can no longer be shocked by anything he does...
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