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Beginning to get my head around my next couple of rebuilds I'm planning. Was going to start by making a part list spreadsheet that I'll eventually turn into a budget.

Does anyone have anything similar they've done for a Series 3 bike that they'd be willing to share? Figured no sense in reinventing the wheel if there is already a list/spreadheet out there to get me started.  TIA.

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I'd love to have a look at something like that too.

I haven't even started on mine, nearly a year after getting it, because every time I sit down to figure where to start and what to do, it all seems to become quite daunting.

 

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Here is what I found so far. I know I have a generic list somewhere and other estimates and job proposal to clients. Also I included ppl codes and hardware sizes. This is information I got from Gene at Scooters originali in NJ. For those not familiar,  they are no longer in business. A real loss, as they were an invaluable resource in the early days. It is an information mess. Hopefully you can sort it out so it can be helpful.  

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There’s always Vittotio’s guide if you’re wanting to be super specific on your resto.  There are a couple editions/versions. (Pic ‘stolen’ off Google)

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Stu, this is awesome.  Thanks a ton.  If you uncover that generic parts list, I'd love to see that too.  But this gives me a great head start versus creating everything from scratch.  Thanks for the paint info as well!

Man, major bummer to hear about Gene and ScootersO.  When did that happen?  Their website is up, but it says they're in Washington State now?  So they got bought out?

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Thanks Scott, I actually have the copy of that guide with the red cover.  It's a cool book, but I've always found the title a bit wonky.  Seems more like "Lambretta: Original Factory Specifications" would have been more accurate. Or "Lambretta: Making sure your restoration is as accurate as possible so you don't get shit from the resto-nazis when you post pictures of it online" 😉

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3 hours ago, ironhalo said:
3 hours ago, ironhalo said:

 

Man, major bummer to hear about Gene and ScootersO.  When did that happen?  Their website is up, but it says they're in Washington State now?  So they got bought out?

I think it was a couple of years ago.

It is now operated by Rob Grundy. I've bought a few things from him and he's been very helpful.

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