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  1. wintermod65
    17th April 2018 @ 2:07 pm

    Welcome to the world of Lambretta Loco’s !! great article you’ve got my winter model headset showing how the XL5 screens fit them , i got mine through Buzz but its not been without its headaches thankfully its come out of intensive care after a failed resto, and has been in the hands of experts at CS engineering/ Matt at
    I-Paint / and the Team at Discodez mine had the all over emulsion look to start with but its now resplendent in colours not disimiliar to the SLUK site it also has an SLUK screen and SLUK bridge piece fitting kit too plus a GT 240 engine in full Intercontinental casings .
    looking forward to next part of article as ive got mine to register too.

  2. Mark
    18th April 2018 @ 12:26 pm

    Lovely scooter there Iggy. Are you having a “standard” CST Quattrini set-up? I hope there will be a full Euro rally road test / report to follow.

    Mark

    • Iggy
      18th April 2018 @ 1:17 pm

      You’ll have to wait for part 2 Mark 🙂 Yes there will be a full road test to Ibiza and back (with a bit of Lambretta luck).

  3. Mark
    18th April 2018 @ 1:41 pm

    Excellent, look forward to reading it!

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