OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
Quote:
https://youtu.be/39GTH8UlXK8?t=52
^^^^^Hahahaha

Perfect, because just like the movie it took too long, but the fire at the end did the trick.
Forum member supplied image with no explanatory text
⚠️ Last edited by Birdsnest on UTC; edited 1 time
OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
And in the perfect timing department... right after I finally got the fender done the delivery man showed up with a nice cowl from our new member Carlos (putting together a 62 Allstate). Thanks man!!!
Forum member supplied image with no explanatory text
@lynnb avatar
UTC

Ossessionato
1963 VBB2T
Joined: UTC
Posts: 2543
 
Ossessionato
@lynnb avatar
1963 VBB2T
Joined: UTC
Posts: 2543
UTC quote
Looks good and paint matches too.
OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
Almost... Sorry bad phone pic.... Cowl is a faded allstate blue and the scoot is Amethyst Grey.
OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
Slow train to Clarksville here with managing the covid crisis at my day job... definetly interfering with my garage time. But hey... no complaints i know some folks already laid off. Fucking crazy....

Anyway, finally broke the rear hub nut free. (Impact Driver for the win!) yay.

Also, had a cable adjuster break off insito... boo.
Will try and bust it out with a reverse drill bit.
Forum member supplied image with no explanatory text
⚠️ Last edited by Birdsnest on UTC; edited 2 times
OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
Brake shoes came off easy

Very little wear, albeit lots of rust and grime....
Forum member supplied image with no explanatory text
@v_oodoo avatar
UTC

Style Maven
'74 50s x3 '87 PK125XL '92 PK50XLS Plurimatic - & - '58 AllState '68 Sprint '66(?) Super125 and '72 DanMotor Super150
Joined: UTC
Posts: 9603
Location: seattle/athens
 
Style Maven
@v_oodoo avatar
'74 50s x3 '87 PK125XL '92 PK50XLS Plurimatic - & - '58 AllState '68 Sprint '66(?) Super125 and '72 DanMotor Super150
Joined: UTC
Posts: 9603
Location: seattle/athens
UTC quote
Birdsnest wrote:
...
Also, had a cable adjuster break off insito... boo.
Will try and bust it out with a reverse drill bit.
You don't have to reverse drill back it out, use a big sheetrock screw and run it out the backside after heat & penetrant.
OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
V oodoo wrote:
Birdsnest wrote:
...
Also, had a cable adjuster break off insito... boo.
Will try and bust it out with a reverse drill bit.
You don't have to reverse drill back it out, use a big sheetrock screw and run it out the backside after heat & penetrant.
Wouldn't that thrash the threads all the way through?
@qascooter avatar
UTC

Ossessionato
79 P200E (Ruby), 62 Allstate (B-62)
Joined: UTC
Posts: 4260
Location: Florence, OR
 
Ossessionato
@qascooter avatar
79 P200E (Ruby), 62 Allstate (B-62)
Joined: UTC
Posts: 4260
Location: Florence, OR
UTC quote
Slow and steady - any progress is better than no progress. I mean, I don't think any of us can go at the mind boggling pace of Charlieman - I can't even follow along he's so fast! Ha!

Nice to see you progressing along! Stay safe...
@v_oodoo avatar
UTC

Style Maven
'74 50s x3 '87 PK125XL '92 PK50XLS Plurimatic - & - '58 AllState '68 Sprint '66(?) Super125 and '72 DanMotor Super150
Joined: UTC
Posts: 9603
Location: seattle/athens
 
Style Maven
@v_oodoo avatar
'74 50s x3 '87 PK125XL '92 PK50XLS Plurimatic - & - '58 AllState '68 Sprint '66(?) Super125 and '72 DanMotor Super150
Joined: UTC
Posts: 9603
Location: seattle/athens
UTC quote
Birdsnest wrote:
V oodoo wrote:
Birdsnest wrote:
...
Also, had a cable adjuster break off insito... boo.
Will try and bust it out with a reverse drill bit.
You don't have to reverse drill back it out, use a big sheetrock screw and run it out the backside after heat & penetrant.
Wouldn't that thrash the threads all the way through?
External inline image provided by member with no explanatory text

I've done it twice because no EZ out or reverse drill. Once w/ a screw and once w/ a small torx drive without trashing the threads. Your break off looks clean and you are lucky enough to have that cable slot to dump penetrant/lube into after a thorough cleaning and maybe some heat.

But back it out or screw it through, whatever's easiest so you can fix the damn thing!
@socalguy avatar
UTC

bodgemaster
63 GL, 76 Super (x2), 74 Primavera (x2), 79 P200, 06 Fly 150
Joined: UTC
Posts: 7154
Location: So Cal
 
bodgemaster
@socalguy avatar
63 GL, 76 Super (x2), 74 Primavera (x2), 79 P200, 06 Fly 150
Joined: UTC
Posts: 7154
Location: So Cal
UTC quote
Just dealt with this on the GL.

Heat ... hot, hot heat ... and a small Allen key jammed in the hole did it for me.
@lynnb avatar
UTC

Ossessionato
1963 VBB2T
Joined: UTC
Posts: 2543
 
Ossessionato
@lynnb avatar
1963 VBB2T
Joined: UTC
Posts: 2543
UTC quote
Slow and steady wins the race or at least crosses the finish line.
I work at a Steel plant , Algoma Steel to be exact, I went into work Monday and boss said what you doing here with the cough ( he was joking ), I called our HR Hotline and went through some questions with the guy, he told me to go home and don't come back until I'm 100%.
OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
More from the Texas Rust War...

This old bird won't give an inch.

Piston is stuck like chuck.... AND I gotta stuck cylinder stud. Bah

Anyone have ideas?
Forum member supplied image with no explanatory text
@sdjohn avatar
UTC

Johnny Two Tone
'15 GTS300, '86 PX125EFL, '66 VBB, '01 ET4
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8508
Location: San Diego, CA
 
Johnny Two Tone
@sdjohn avatar
'15 GTS300, '86 PX125EFL, '66 VBB, '01 ET4
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8508
Location: San Diego, CA
UTC quote
if only one stud is stuck, can't you still split the case halves and work it from the inside? you should be able to split it, free the crank from one case half, apply penetrent to the stud from the bottom, and hopefully remove the stud and then the barrel / stuck piston.

this is theory, YMMV

me? I'd cut holes in the piston to free the con rod and trash it and the barrel.
@socalguy avatar
UTC

bodgemaster
63 GL, 76 Super (x2), 74 Primavera (x2), 79 P200, 06 Fly 150
Joined: UTC
Posts: 7154
Location: So Cal
 
bodgemaster
@socalguy avatar
63 GL, 76 Super (x2), 74 Primavera (x2), 79 P200, 06 Fly 150
Joined: UTC
Posts: 7154
Location: So Cal
UTC quote
Ha... just went through this too on the GL. It fought me just like yours is fighting you - every nut and bolt. When they reach a certain crust level they just don't want to give up the ghost.

Save your sanity (and knuckles) and just split the case, like John said, with the piston and cylinder fused as one.

The stud... once again... heat.

p.s. I needed a case splitter to get the GL apart. And had to tap literally every hole and run a die or thread file on every stud. You'll probably have to do the same. No better time than now!
Forum member supplied image with no explanatory text
@sdjohn avatar
UTC

Johnny Two Tone
'15 GTS300, '86 PX125EFL, '66 VBB, '01 ET4
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8508
Location: San Diego, CA
 
Johnny Two Tone
@sdjohn avatar
'15 GTS300, '86 PX125EFL, '66 VBB, '01 ET4
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8508
Location: San Diego, CA
UTC quote
Socal does that mean you own a case splitter now??
@greasy125 avatar
UTC

Sergeant at Arms
Weird 80's Vespas & Cool Vintage Lambrettas
Joined: UTC
Posts: 14921
Location: The state of insanity, SoCal
 
Sergeant at Arms
@greasy125 avatar
Weird 80's Vespas & Cool Vintage Lambrettas
Joined: UTC
Posts: 14921
Location: The state of insanity, SoCal
UTC quote
sdjohn wrote:
Socal does that mean you own a case splitter now??
john's over here asking the real questions. love it.

-g
OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
Yard art ala voodoo...

Thanks for the tips and suggestions everybody.
Forum member supplied image with no explanatory text
@hibbert avatar
UTC

Molto Verboso
Vespa
Joined: UTC
Posts: 1712
Location: California
 
Molto Verboso
@hibbert avatar
Vespa
Joined: UTC
Posts: 1712
Location: California
UTC quote
Birdnest I like your yard art looks great! Good going on the scoot as well!
@sdjohn avatar
UTC

Johnny Two Tone
'15 GTS300, '86 PX125EFL, '66 VBB, '01 ET4
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8508
Location: San Diego, CA
 
Johnny Two Tone
@sdjohn avatar
'15 GTS300, '86 PX125EFL, '66 VBB, '01 ET4
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8508
Location: San Diego, CA
UTC quote
now you can't just go dumping those teaser pics and not tell us how you got there Laughing emoticon

out with it, how'd you get it done?
OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
Sorry... sorry...

It was a bit of a pickle with the stuck cylinder stud and the piston locked up. I had tried heat, penetrant, and whacking the piston with a block of wood, ...all the usual tricks etc. Greasy suggested putting some torque on the crank and whacking the piston in concert... after some more penetrant and heat we gave it a go and while piston never budged, the crank freed up enough to lift the barrel maybe half inch. Enough to where I could cut the cylinder stud.

Once cut, I separated the cases and then whack-a-moled the entire lump out with a satisfying Ker-Clunk as it hit the pavement.

I still have the cylinder stud to free up, but it feels a bit more downhill on the engine side of the rebuild now.
@sdjohn avatar
UTC

Johnny Two Tone
'15 GTS300, '86 PX125EFL, '66 VBB, '01 ET4
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8508
Location: San Diego, CA
 
Johnny Two Tone
@sdjohn avatar
'15 GTS300, '86 PX125EFL, '66 VBB, '01 ET4
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8508
Location: San Diego, CA
UTC quote
Nice work!
@greasy125 avatar
UTC

Sergeant at Arms
Weird 80's Vespas & Cool Vintage Lambrettas
Joined: UTC
Posts: 14921
Location: The state of insanity, SoCal
 
Sergeant at Arms
@greasy125 avatar
Weird 80's Vespas & Cool Vintage Lambrettas
Joined: UTC
Posts: 14921
Location: The state of insanity, SoCal
UTC quote
Shhh! That was supposed to be proprietary information!!

Glad it worked out man!

-g
OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
Getting ready to start trying to address some of the body rust, especially in the center channel... went to take of the glove box cowl and realized it was attached by 5 about screws. (Never seen that before as my oldest Vespa prior to this VNB was a 69 Rally). Any tricks here other than using midget hands for the corners?

Also, found this old rusted tool inside the cowl? Any ideas on what it is?
Mystery tool
Mystery tool
@v_oodoo avatar
UTC

Style Maven
'74 50s x3 '87 PK125XL '92 PK50XLS Plurimatic - & - '58 AllState '68 Sprint '66(?) Super125 and '72 DanMotor Super150
Joined: UTC
Posts: 9603
Location: seattle/athens
 
Style Maven
@v_oodoo avatar
'74 50s x3 '87 PK125XL '92 PK50XLS Plurimatic - & - '58 AllState '68 Sprint '66(?) Super125 and '72 DanMotor Super150
Joined: UTC
Posts: 9603
Location: seattle/athens
UTC quote
mystery tool
sdjohn wrote:
Socal does that mean you own a case splitter now??
I was thinking Mr Nest just found some kinda primitive case splitter maybe.....
OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
More Farmer Bodgery
The gift that keeps on giving....
The switch-cover was dented and cracked and looked to have some type of adhesive or epoxy over the crack and on one side. I didn't think much of it and proceeded to scrape away at it with a pick and finally got the damn thing off... only to find the switch underneath had been destroyed at some point.

Guy crammed the broken switch back into the cover and just glued it in place. SMH.
Forum member supplied image with no explanatory text
OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
spitball updates
I was able to get 2 of the final 3 stuck screws out.

EZ-out worked in a fashion on the cable adjuster to just push it out back.

Used a dremel to cut a new slot perpendicular to the original on the brake pivot screw and damn if it didn't work!


Still waiting on a tool for stuck cylinder stud , A friend (Harley master mechanic) suggested a stud extractor tool: https://thd.co/3b4YiH6
We'll see. If it doesn't work I will just have the damn thing lasered out. Grrrr.

Ordered a bunch engine bits (and wine)... Quarantine time management.
Getting ready to start working on the rust. (Really... I've said it before, but tis time for real. Ahem.)

Will report back on the stud extractor...
Backed out
Backed out
wine and cheese
wine and cheese
@socalguy avatar
UTC

bodgemaster
63 GL, 76 Super (x2), 74 Primavera (x2), 79 P200, 06 Fly 150
Joined: UTC
Posts: 7154
Location: So Cal
 
bodgemaster
@socalguy avatar
63 GL, 76 Super (x2), 74 Primavera (x2), 79 P200, 06 Fly 150
Joined: UTC
Posts: 7154
Location: So Cal
UTC quote
Extracting a broken adjuster is a perfect reason raise a glass for a toast. Here's to more success with the stuck stud. Salute!
OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
Spent the day with my arm up the center channel with a wire brush scraping away at the rust. Neighbors must have thought I was trying to crawl inside the damn thing as I was contorting and cussing and squirming to try and clear as much as I could out of the center channel.

Waiting on a UPS shipment for the tool mentioned in my previous post. Still not here so I started working on the center stand. Come off pretty easy with the exception of one bolt/nut that was at least courteous enough to brake off on it's own.

Going with matte black rims and a black powdered coated front fork (Thanks Jonathan Gick!) to match the pinasco hubs. Starting to get pretty excited to see how it all turns out.

Oh... and when the center stand was drying I hung it over the yard art and told my wife I made a vespa inspired wind chime. LOLz. She was not amused (locked me out until I assured her I was just kidding).
wire brush and the jelly jive
wire brush and the jelly jive
War of the Poses has begun... quarantine fun
War of the Poses has begun... quarantine fun
@greasy125 avatar
UTC

Sergeant at Arms
Weird 80's Vespas & Cool Vintage Lambrettas
Joined: UTC
Posts: 14921
Location: The state of insanity, SoCal
 
Sergeant at Arms
@greasy125 avatar
Weird 80's Vespas & Cool Vintage Lambrettas
Joined: UTC
Posts: 14921
Location: The state of insanity, SoCal
UTC quote
pretty work there man, you're well on your way!

i think that the rusty tool is for working on old style automotive/truck axles that require a puller to remove from the housing.

keep trucking, before you know it'll be reassembly hell instead of cleaning hell! lol!

-g
OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
greasy125 wrote:
i think that the rusty tool is for working on old style automotive/truck axles that require a puller to remove from the housing.

keep trucking, before you know it'll be reassembly hell instead of cleaning hell! lol!
Your probably right on that tool.

The cylinder stud is finally out. Thanks to my old pal Jeff and his buddy Karsten at Harley.

My special stud extractor arrived and was still too big for the small ass stud. Jeff had me bring the case up to the Harley shop and they some better fitting tooling and they backed it out in about 5 minutes. Put the engine breakdown to bed.

Commence the final cleanings before reassembly.

Ask permission or don't get caught... choose your own adventure:
Forum member supplied image with no explanatory text
@gravelrash2004 avatar
UTC

Addicted
P Series / Li / LML / Motobi
Joined: UTC
Posts: 511
Location: UK - 3rd Rock From the Sun
 
Addicted
@gravelrash2004 avatar
P Series / Li / LML / Motobi
Joined: UTC
Posts: 511
Location: UK - 3rd Rock From the Sun
UTC quote
I find it easier to get forgiveness than permission....
OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
Well... wife is still happy, but the cases were still pretty ratty after a pass in the Bosch.

So, I dropped 45 on having them blasted. Worth it.

If I don't get called into work tomorrow I will start slapping this thing back together. Ya ya.
Forum member supplied image with no explanatory text
@charlieman22 avatar
UTC

Nedminder
62 VBB1T Round Tail W/ leaner sidecar
Joined: UTC
Posts: 4096
Location: california
 
Nedminder
@charlieman22 avatar
62 VBB1T Round Tail W/ leaner sidecar
Joined: UTC
Posts: 4096
Location: california
UTC quote
The joy of clean cases.
Little extra-good sleeping tonight.
OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
Hat tip to Gickspeed
If you want speedy progress you won't find it in my garage... But Jonathan Gick is another story. Guy is quickfast!

Sent him my front end to get powder coated and his Pinasco treatment.

Stoked with how it turned out...
Forum member supplied image with no explanatory text
@gravelrash2004 avatar
UTC

Addicted
P Series / Li / LML / Motobi
Joined: UTC
Posts: 511
Location: UK - 3rd Rock From the Sun
 
Addicted
@gravelrash2004 avatar
P Series / Li / LML / Motobi
Joined: UTC
Posts: 511
Location: UK - 3rd Rock From the Sun
UTC quote
what is the "pinasco treatment" you are referring to please?
OP
@birdsnest avatar
UTC

Not So Moderator
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
 
Not So Moderator
@birdsnest avatar
VNB VSC VMA VSX - o9c vbc vmb
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8253
Location: Hustletown, TX
UTC quote
The hub and shock are Pinasco upgrades.
@hibbert avatar
UTC

Molto Verboso
Vespa
Joined: UTC
Posts: 1712
Location: California
 
Molto Verboso
@hibbert avatar
Vespa
Joined: UTC
Posts: 1712
Location: California
UTC quote
Looks great love Pinasco
@sdjohn avatar
UTC

Johnny Two Tone
'15 GTS300, '86 PX125EFL, '66 VBB, '01 ET4
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8508
Location: San Diego, CA
 
Johnny Two Tone
@sdjohn avatar
'15 GTS300, '86 PX125EFL, '66 VBB, '01 ET4
Joined: UTC
Posts: 8508
Location: San Diego, CA
UTC quote
that's pretty cool, do you think Gick could do that for an allstate fork? nice looking setup.
@dirty30dillon avatar
UTC

Enthusiast
Yes
Joined: UTC
Posts: 90
Location: CT
 
Enthusiast
@dirty30dillon avatar
Yes
Joined: UTC
Posts: 90
Location: CT
UTC quote
Glad I found this thread. Recently joined after picking up a '65 VBB 150 (many other 2t's including Lambretta, Vespa Mopeds, etc) and it's good to follow along a proper resto.

Sadly, my frame is MUCH rougher than yours, so I am trying to source a replacement, or if need be some replacement panels to rebuild my chassis.

Watching!
DoubleGood Design banner

Modern Vespa is the premier site for modern Vespa and Piaggio scooters. Vespa GTS300, GTS250, GTV, GT200, LX150, LXS, ET4, ET2, MP3, Fuoco, Elettrica and more.

Buy Me A Coffee
 

Shop on Amazon with Modern Vespa

Modern Vespa is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com


All Content Copyright 2005-2024 by Modern Vespa.
All Rights Reserved.


[ Time: 0.0171s ][ Queries: 4 (0.0091s) ][ live ][ 313 ][ ThingOne ]