My 1984 PX 125e ran one day and would not start the next so I checked for spark and there is non I have done all the easy things,remove the far right green wire from the coil,changed the plug,tested…Continue
I have a Pinasco 177 upgrade on my Super and what a difference.You may want to consider buying the kit locally from Vespa2 in Cairns or an alternative of shore is La Vespa Due I have bought many parts from them.I hope this is of use..
I tried toby from Maskes and it was going to be difficult you almost need to go and pick it up and then get to england to ship home I looked at all the logistics and put it in the too hard basket
Yes I thought that John was going to pass them on but don't worry I have a few the Douglas front water transfer and the tank is a sticker so please send me your postal aides and I will fix it you can send it via the club member to…"
Mark I was wondering if you had any leads on Peter Western? As I haven't had any luck yet getting in contact,I would really like to contact him and find out the history of his old VNB."
"Yes the leg shield sticker is coming along but it must be correct please wait I am relying on a mate to clean up the poor quality we all have..
see what you think when you get the tank stickers because we will produce some more I think they could be…"
"John and Marc
This is our first go at the tank sticker (the Douglas Vespa sticker on the leg shield is still coming.The water slide transfer probably won't happen because we have to buy a roll at about $400.00.have a look and if you would like…"
This is an important public event for the Club, right at the entrance. All members are welcome.We need 20 scooters and maintain the numbers through the day as people come and go. Oh, and the Italian community just loves an old classic bike, so get yours out.Meet from 10.15 am at Vespa House Corner (Johnston & Palmer…See More
Luke if it helps I am in SA and I know some goo people here and if you like I can give you there contacts and they may know the history of the scooter you are looking at or if I can help please ask...."
I see from a quick look on the net the Raleigh Britain used cloth and shellac 1940s and 50s (also common on bicycles here)
I wonder if the brains trust of the VVC would have the answer of factory
I had a weird black throttle cable on mine with a metal u bend, on the carb end - I suspect it was someone reusing a push bike rear derailer cable as a throttle cable: I have kept it but I will not use, it's a bit too chewed
Bob called by on his way home to drop off the stands, thank you so much, wow you really have put some extra work into these ones... I am sure they will go like hotcakes again. Looks like everyone had a great weekend at the rally and are all arriving home safe and sounds. Glad you got to meet some of our members and many others from Melbourne.