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Currently Owned Lambrettas

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  1. Hi all, I'm brand new to this forum. This is going to really sound cliche... I recently found a 1964 Lambretta 150 Special, literally in a barn, near where I live in Pasadena, CA. Apparently it hasn't been ridden since last registered by its original owner in 1975. This could be true judging by the caked-on layer of sandy dust (over 1 in. thick on the floorboards) that had been blowing into the barn over the decades. Other than one bent legshield it looks pretty straight but hard to tell what's under the dust. I just trucked it home but am not sure in what direction to take the restoration. I've always wanted an old V3$p@ or something similar and I'd love to use this as a regular ride to replace my Yamaha Zuma that has over 21k miles on it... Would anyone care to see pictures (not sure how to upload)? Nice to meet you, PJ
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