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jeremyjsutton

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jeremyjsutton last won the day on July 28 2015

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About jeremyjsutton

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Oakland
  • Interests
    Home brewing, film photography, rc airplanes, skateboarding, literature, writing, etc.
  • Currently Owned Lambrettas
    1962 Lambretta TV175 (modern restoration)

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  1. Yes thx for you help Jon & happy birthday. Jeremy
  2. UpJetter, if you get a chance please call me on my mobile (before Saturday night) 415.690.6390 Thx, Jeremy
  3. Count me in at very least on P. PM sent to you with regards to reroute. Thanks for the offer. I am humbled. Very generous of you!
  4. My bike has 120 miles on a rebuilt motor with new piston and bored top end. I have not ridden more than 10 miles at any given time yet. I am hesitant to take it on this long of a ride before I break it in, so I am going to pass riding the Lammy. I also have a P200, which I could ride on the trek. Working out schedule on my end. If I get enough done this week and have free time on the weekend, count me in. I will confirm either way on Saturday morning. Jeremy
  5. Sorry folks . . . I should have included my baseline (rock bottom) which I saw in Italy. Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr I teach 11th grade American Lit . . . and my students are often required to juxtapose two pieces of literature via literary devices authors use . . . in this case I juxtaposed two non-Lambrettas and the Scomadi was my preference of the two.
  6. I plan to make the ride to Point Reyes, but can't camp as I teach American Lit at Oakland Tech and my profession is pretty locked into a schedule. I work Monday. The only thing that has me slightly concerned is I am still breaking in the motor so I can not contain speeds of full open throttle. Will the ride be okay for a bike for engine breaking in? The East Bay crew -- Paul S. posted. Jeremy
  7. I am looking into making the Reyes ride; however as I posted on the Camping invite unfortunately I can not take Monday off. I teach American Lit at Oakland Tech High School and schedule is pretty locked in in that career. I will watch for LALO 2016. I would love to make that too.
  8. On the road and loving it! Finished by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Titled, registered, and licensed. Waiving my LCUSA flag. Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Thanks to BrooklynPete for the Lucas style plate holder. Had it powder coated to match.
  9. While in Amsterdam . . . I finally saw Scomadi in person and I think it looks really nice. Other than that I don't know anything else about it. Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Thought I would share.
  10. Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Thanks Mike. I came so close to using panhead allen screws for the plate. Looked so clean. But I like it as-is.
  11. Hello all. I picked up one of BrooklynPete's Lucas license plate holders and though I do not have a Lucas tail light, it will go on my 1962 pre-mod S3. I am wondering if anyone can tell me what standard type of hardware was used at this time for something like this? My bike aims to have the period correct look so if there is a detail here I would like to know. I will use SS to match the balance of my bike. Peter said an option is "SS Allen thumb screws and nyloc nuts." Thanks, Jeremy
  12. Sorry I haven't washed yet. Just too excited to share. It is "butter" to ride. Love it. Mike Anhalt and Josh Snow make me look good! Home with me now. Breaking it in. Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Original Italian speedo (calls to history and soul of bike) Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr A few hidden spots to call history of bike(s) lived. Many of you members have provided parts on this bike. And now all of you are part of soul of this bike. Maybe I am cheesy or Hallmark, but that's important to me. Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Some anorak details: Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Original: Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr I am just smitten: Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr As Brandon replied to my statement, "damn this bike fought me every step of the way" he said "that's Lambretta. You gotta be indoctrinated into this." Indeed he was correct. My P200 is named after my maternal grandmother and I am working on a name to incorporate my paternal grandmother for this Lammy. Now, I need to ride . . .
  13. Great color choice. My fav for the post-mod.
  14. Some more progress. Mike polished out the side panel levers, which were in pretty bad shape with deep scratches. A major improvement. Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr This photo was taken just prior to clean up and polishing out. Nice detail - that's Mike for you. All the "smalls" he does on his builds. Untitled by jeremyjsutton, on Flickr
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