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Lambaretta last won the day on August 26 2019

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About Lambaretta

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  • Birthday 04/19/1980

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    Atlanta, GA
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    Scooters of Italian origin.
  • Currently Owned Lambrettas
    1962 Li 125

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  1. I'm not sure if he's still doing restorations or just engine builds, but you can try Joe Casola at Saints Cycle Works. He's in Chattanooga, TN. If he won't do it, he can probably point you in the right direction. He's a long time scooter guy. https://www.saintscycleworks.com/
  2. I just registered and booked my room for the Jammy. And I've got a spot in the truck for another scooter. Although, I've never tried to fit two Lambrettas in a truck before, but I'm assuming they'll fit just fine.
  3. Sweet! Thanks, Mike. Message sent.
  4. Wait'll you see the size of the hamster.
  5. The Oxford Stormex is awesome. Size small fits well. https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/oxford-stormex-motorcycle-cover
  6. One of Ferdinando's early attempts at tubeless rims. Needless to say, they didn't catch on.
  7. Raise your hand if you're having fun!
  8. I've used Gibbs on some exposed areas where paint has chipped away and it works pretty well. It won't change the color, either. You'll need to apply it about once or twice a year. http://www.gibbsbrandeurope.com/
  9. Looks like you've already got a lot of great options here, but I figured I'd share my experience. I used Arnold's Design out of Ridgeway, PA. Brad was super helpful and responsive. He did a great job. He de-greased, cleaned and vapor blasted three parts for me (case, cover and flange) and he found a broken screw that he extracted for me, as well. It cost me less than $200 (not including shipping costs). I highly recommend him. http://www.arnoldsdesign.com/index.html
  10. Facebook! That's where i saw it — I should have known. Anyway, I'll read through the responses there and take a look at the different options. Thanks, everyone.
  11. I swear I saw a post on here not too long ago about a brake switch not lining up with the brake pedal. I've searched the forum up and down for that post, but for the life of me I can't find it. Can anyone send me the link or refresh my memory and tell me what the solution was? The button on the brake switch sits too far back (towards the rear of the bike), so the stud on the brake pedal doesn't hit it. Thanks.
  12. I've used Dallas Plating in Dallas, GA. I only used them for polishing/finishing — no chrome work. Had about 15 miscellaneous pieces done and they look great, but it wasn't cheap.
  13. If you watch the full commercial, it makes more sense for why the riders are wearing race gear and sitting on scooters. They're poking fun at "bikers": http://ispot.tv/a/AwYq
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