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Nicholas De Rosa

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About Nicholas De Rosa

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  • Birthday 07/30/1979

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    Male
  • Location
    NYC
  • Currently Owned Lambrettas
    1975 Servetta LI150

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  1. stu thanks for the info. *how can i move this to paint and bodywork?
  2. nah no money for paint and this one is going to be kept on the street.
  3. I am trying to figure out how to preserve my nicely rusted s2. Does anyone have a good method of sealing in patina?
  4. do you think something like thie might work? http://www.coleparmer.com/Product/Barbed_Press_in_Plug_1_8_Nylon_10_pk/EW-31220-13
  5. pete i was at the one in the city, they didn't have anything simillar to a cap that small.
  6. Thanks guys, there is a HD and lowes close to me. If you get a chance can you send me over a link from their website in what I should be looking for. The place is a maze and if I dont know what I am looking for there is no chance I'll find it. cheers Nic
  7. I am trying not sand or paint, was just looking for a plug and play sort of fix. Guess I might just leave the holes for the time being.
  8. Reposted on ebay at....12,500....crack pipe price.
  9. Does anyong have a cheap and easy method to plug the reflector holes on their Servetta? I have scoured the Isle of Manhattan for a rubber type plug but to no avail. Anyone know where I can find somehting like this GP plug in the picture, or have any other idea on what to use to plug hole. cheers cheers
  10. I have a pdf of the sheet they sent me. It is to big to attach so if anyone needs it please feel free to reach out to me.
  11. <script src="safari-extension://com.ebay.safari.myebaymanager-QYHMMGCMJR/35237639/background/helpers/prefilterHelper.js" type="text/javascript"> </script> Vw's Sorry for the delayed response. I am going to go ahead and get a small thing of touch up paint here in NYC and see what happens. If I decide to strip and paint panels, I may need your service. Thanks again. Nic
  12. Hi VW's I'd go with a single stage DuPont if possible. BK Peter has my panel and was looking to touch a few things up, anyway to pull him into this thread? I had the head set matched (our shop in the city will no longer match parts according to Pete) and the paint they gave me was a GM white Olympic white which is was to white. Let me get in touch with Pete and see what he'd want. Ideally we probably want a touch up tube and possibly and spray can. I shall be back. Cheers Nic
  13. Hi VW's I'd go with a single stage DuPont if possible. BK Peter has my panel and was looking to touch a few things up, anyway to pull him into this thread? I had the head set matched (our shop in the city will no longer match parts according to Pete) and the paint they gave me was a GM white Olympic white which is was to white. Let me get in touch with Pete and see what he'd want. Ideally we probably want a touch up tube and possibly and spray can. I shall be back. Cheers Nic
  14. Just wondering, how much do they charge for a title in OR?
  15. Is anyone still having a problem with this? I just switched my plates over from VT to NY and it took about 30 mins. The best piece of advise I can get is to call the dmv in Vermont and ask them to send you in writing (they will send you a standard form) that they DO NOT title MCs under 300cc. This should help to clear up issues that the clerk might have on why you don't have a title. Items I took with me. VT registration (which is transferable) VT Plate (not needed) proof of insurance (has to be issued in "my state" within a certain number or days) Title form (from DMV) Tax form (from DMV) Driver License Bill of Sale (not needed) Vin Rubbings/Vin Picture (not needed) Letter from VT stating they do not title bikes under 300cc 100$ for title *even though some items were not needed I recommend you take them, as you never know who you will be dealing with. that is all. It was simple and I made it in and out of the DMV in about 35 minutes.
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