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Was about to say, "now that looks like an honest original bike" then I noticed...

square tail + VBA style front fender + VNB front brake hub + Vespa 150 badge + bolted on helmet hook.
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Was about to say, "now that looks like an honest original bike" then I noticed...

square tail + VBA style front fender + VNB front brake hub + Vespa 150 badge + bolted on helmet hook.
I'm with you Mr. Owens. the more I look at it the more I'm seeing.

if I had to warrant a guess, it's a cobbled together bike from several projects. it looks okay, but just too many question marks at that price.
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^^ honestly, that's not a bad price. I wouldn't drive 15hours to go get it, though. but if it were in my back yard, sure!
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I'm with you Mr. Owens. the more I look at it the more I'm seeing.

if I had to warrant a guess, it's a cobbled together bike from several projects. it looks okay, but just too many question marks at that price.
It certainly has had stuff done, likely when the motor was done. But I wanna know about the paint and other stuff, most of this stuff is fairly minor:
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square tail + VBA style front fender + VNB front brake hub + Vespa 150 badge + bolted on helmet hook
except the square tail which I thought is normal on a '64?
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except the square tail which I thought is normal on a '64?
my point was only that that list of things don't belong on the same bike. so if '64 the fender is wrong, if 60-61 the fender is correct but tail is wrong, if a 150 then the hub is wrong, and in all cases the helmet hook is wrong. the paint looked like it could be original but given that the fender and frame can't be from the same year that would make OG paint impossible.

could still be a good bitza... just know that's what it is.
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my point was only that that list of things don't belong on the same bike. so if '64 the fender is wrong, if 60-61 the fender is correct but tail is wrong, if a 150 then the hub is wrong, and in all cases the helmet hook is wrong. the paint looked like it could be original but given that the fender and frame can't be from the same year that would make OG paint impossible.

could still be a good bitza... just know that's what it is.
You guys have good eyes.
If he ever gets back to me I'll take a look and if he doesn't then I won't stress on missing out.

I really would prefer an unmolested round tail in original paint. Is that too much to ask?
With keys and title.
Okay now I know that that is too much to ask.
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P200 for $2500 this sharp looking wouldn't last long most places these days. Kinda want! Facepalm emoticon

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/mcy/7534190426.html

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1978 vespa p200e
All stock except for front and rear shock are bitubo
Runs and drives great.
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that's a smoking deal and it appears to have pretty recent tags too!
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I just want that paint.
It might be a respray. Looks like what could just be artifacts in the image, but may also be drips on the mudguard and legshield.

My personal theory is that someone restored it without knowing the Vespa-specific stuff, got the LML motor along with a bunch of cheap-o ebay trim, grips, etc., and five or ten years later is selling it on.
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Worth looking into. Hmmm
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HF lift alert. 4 more available I picked one up for $200. All parts are there and working. Needs a good pressure wash and lube.
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Cleaned up pretty well!
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nice score on the lift. i need one of those.

Would you mind telling me the measurements of the top table? Length & width, also how hight does it raise? I'm doing some restructuring in the shop, and want to see how a lift will fit in. thanks!
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^^^

just remember that you need about 3ft of clearance on the sides to work freely, front isn't as critical in that you're rarely attacking from head on. at the back plan on the length of one bike plus about 2ft off the end of the ramp for run up.

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P200 for $2500 this sharp looking wouldn't last long most places these days. Kinda want! Facepalm emoticon

https://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/mcy/7534190426.html

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This was 2900 last week.

If you want it, I could pick it up and keep in my garage until you can get it.
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This was 2900 last week.

If you want it, I could pick it up and keep in my garage until you can get it.
Thank you Sir, but I know I really mustn't!

But that damn blue one in Nebraska ^^^ is just making me cry Crying or Very sad emoticon
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That marina blue is such a pretty color
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Update

Got the Kendon lift out and the HF in. Not as fun as it sounds. I did need to spend an extra $13 for a piece of rebar for a locking bar but still a killer deal.

First one in for new front brake caliper.
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I went over to the antique shop where I found my Vespa to see if they had anything cool there and found this nice looking 1950s Lambretta. I don't know much about these at all, but it looks like it's in really nice original condition. The tag said "$4995 Does not run" which is probably pretty over valued, but it's negotiable. I know these typically go for more than Vespas do.
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That little looks nice!

If it was a couple years later, a series 1 or 2, it would be worth that. LDs are kind of odd bikes that look very vintage, but never seem to get ridden.

Here's one on Hemings that sold for 12k with a complete restoration

In original condition like that, it might be worth it. The parts to get it running should be available pretty easily

https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/dealer/lambretta/unspecified/2345255.html
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original paint LD ~1957

they are not fast, but there are kits now. 3 speed, odd engines but cool in a way. If you wanted an LD I'd say that would be the one to pick up. I've never seen one that clean that was not restored.
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In original condition like that, it might be worth it. The parts to get it running should be available pretty easily
Parts availability was something I wondered about, as all the US based Vespa shops seem to be Vespa only.
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I think there are more lambretta shops than Vespa ones now.

Very passionate community.

Scooters Originali has mostly lambretta parts. And can order any.
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Update

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First one in for new front brake caliper.
I might have an extra HF locking bar in my shop?...
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I went over to the antique shop where I found my Vespa to see if they had anything cool there and found this nice looking 1950s Lambretta. I don't know much about these at all, but it looks like it's in really nice original condition. The tag said "$4995 Does not run" which is probably pretty over valued, but it's negotiable. I know these typically go for more than Vespas do.
The shop owner (why would you paint your whole building flat black?) told me he has a PA title. I'm thinking....if you could buy it for $2.5K and end up putting in another $2K. Wouldn't be a bad deal at that price point.
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The shop owner (why would you paint your whole building flat black?) told me he has a PA title. I'm thinking....if you could buy it for $2.5K and end up putting in another $2K. Wouldn't be a bad deal at that price point.
Oh definitely. You could get it professionally buffed and polished, probably needs new seals and bearings, tires, etc.

And it could be like museum quality.

It's super rare to see something that old all original like that.
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The shop owner (why would you paint your whole building flat black?)
Ha, yes an interesting character for sure. He seems to be interested in these old scooters but also doesn't seem to know much about them mechanically. He claimed he had mine running around the parking lot when I went to look at it the first time, despite the fact that it's gearbox and carburetor were both completely gummed up and it didn't have a spark plug.
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I think there are more lambretta shops than Vespa ones now.
Very passionate community.Scooters Originali has mostly lambretta parts. And can order any.
Cory at Scooterfix in Canada and ScooterSpeed in California. as well.
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I'm very close. I am not at all excited about it. . . As 1/2 would be thrown out. But if there is enough there that people want, I might go buy it and ship individual items out. Let me know.
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I'm with Gick on this one. I looked at it and saw a couple 2-port motors worth of maybe-parts, one definitely trash frame, one possibly usable frame, and a bunch of random stuff that I wouldn't put in a bike.

Could you make a profit on parting it out? Absolutely. Is it worth the effort? I don't think so.
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I'm with Gick on this one. I looked at it and saw a couple 2-port motors worth of maybe-parts, one definitely trash frame, one possibly usable frame, and a bunch of random stuff that I wouldn't put in a bike.

Could you make a profit on parting it out? Absolutely. Is it worth the effort? I don't think so.
i am ONLY interested in the speedo. If i could sale parts to make back the $900 plus fuel, i am good with that.

1/2 that shite would go in the trash.
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Looks like a good deal...

P200 for $1650, all there, needs TLC, extra motor, Roseville, MN

https://www.facebook.com/groups/372673452704/permalink/10159365191092705/?sale_post_id=10159365191092705
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The DASMI seat. Those cowl bars are kind of a pain, but the center footrest is great, and it projects out enough to catch the bike if it falls.
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P200 needing new cruciform for $1800. Yonkers.
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P200 needing new cruciform for $1800. Yonkers.
https://m.facebook.com/marketplace/item/5339079439532984/
That Scooter is worth $1800 all day.
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