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Hey, folks. My recently accuired 65 allstate is running well (after I fashioned a couple of bits because I couldn't wait for the replacement parts to show up). I've got a Haynes manual and "How to Restore and Maintain Your Vespa Motorscooter" on order. Any other books/manuals you would suggest?
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you might do well to have that engine rebuild DVD i keep hearing about...

but everything you likely need to know is on www.scooterhelp.com and www.vespamaintenance.com

and anything else will be gleaned from reading message boards.
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Thanks, Eric. You've already been a font of information, keep up the good work and have a great holiday.
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