New fuel tap
Clutch rebuild (original basket, new frictions/steels/springs/pressure plate)
New brakes front/rear
Axle seals front/rear
New tires/tubes (Michelin S83's)
New rubber gaskets everywhere (taillight, glovebox door, cowls, pedals, etc)
I've only put a few miles on it since it was brought back to life, so it needs a little more running-in before I'd say it's "finished" but it runs well, shifts well, and rides quite nicely by my estimation (this being my first vintage Vespa). The red is a very old repaint, based on the inside and underside of the frame it was originally white. I've clay-bar'd and waxed it and it has shined up well. It has the original engine (Engine #008614, frame number 008576). As far as I can tell the engine has never been opened up. Original carb and airbox. The frame is completely solid, no rust/rot anywhere that I've found. The panels have some bumps/scrapes as seen in the pictures, and also one dent in the lower-left area of the legshield. The only rust that's more than superficial is a little in the left-side cowl along the ridges. Right side cowl is very nice, expecially the grill (no bars cracked/repaired/replaced). Complete with all the hard to find bits like the original/correct legshield trim, original speedometer (works!), both covers under the handlebar, and the gear selector cover. Some pitting on all the chrome, and one of the seat seams has separated. Basically everything you'd expect from a 50 year old scooter that was cared for well but not babied. The only thing that doesn't work is the horn (it tries, but it's very faint).
It's a really fun bike, but I've enjoyed the resto more than riding it it so I'd like to move it along (although I will miss seeing it sitting in the garage). Clean/clear MD title in my name, located at MD 21754. Asking $3,800 OBO (cheaper here than Craigslist thanks to the support the forum showed me during the project). Sorry, no trades at this time.