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  1. Photo link: 1967 LI150/SX SIII NYPD Special Reassembly progress 100% Innocenti
  2. Cool Italian Li 150 Lambretta. This Lambretta belonged to Gary Fisher at one time. Gary Fisher passed away in 2013. A good friend of ours. Lester Chiu owns the scooter now. Gary Fisher found this scooter in good original condition. It came with some cool crash-bar emblems that you don’t see often. I finally got a chance to take pictures of the scooter in the daylight this year. This is one of the best looking original condition Lambretta in Texas. Enjoy!
  3. Hi everyone, I became a full member recently, I am British and have been living in the US for 20 years. I rode Lambrettas and V3$p@s back in the UK the 80s and early 90s. I recently bought a series 1 1958/9 Lambretta Li 150 and am doing a semi restore on it (i.e.: not completely original). Interestingly, according to the previous owner (Randy at V3$p@ Dallas) this machine came here via New Zealand. Here are some early break down photos http://www.flickr.com/photos/nickyoungphoto/sets/72157635403220808/ I am rebuilding with a Ivory paint finish and adding a 175cc barrel & piston kit. Any advice would be appreciated! Nick
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