22 Comments

  1. Simon Purdy
    19th December 2018 @ 12:35 pm

    Watford is where Arthur Francis S types were from !

    As a rider, builder and enthusiast of classic Lambretta’s only the best will do therefore it’s a uni made lambretta casing for me !

  2. almal
    19th December 2018 @ 1:43 pm

    Absolute bargain, considering the effort, extra features AND testing!

  3. Marc Turner
    19th December 2018 @ 4:06 pm

    Watford
    One of these cases would help me upgrade the engine on my scoot

  4. Kirk St Moritz
    19th December 2018 @ 8:20 pm

    Watford is the answer

    I should win the Uni engine casing…..

    Because, as a part time SLUKER im happy to write and submit the drivel i do, in an attempt to entertain the SLUCKIN masses who frequent this virtual establishment…….. this would also cause a huge kerfuffle, be rather controversial and lead to cries of “FIX” and “ INSIDE JOB”…… creating a huge outcry.

    This in turn would create attention ( and although negative attention, it would be nevertheless “attention”) this would serve well for advertising purposes, and consequently put a few extra quid in Iggy back pocket………. although admittedly only in the short term. After that we’d probably be lynched!

    plus….. I don’t get paid for my literary masterpieces!

  5. Eddie Richardson
    19th December 2018 @ 9:00 pm

    Watford is where the S type was produced. I have an SX 200 replica S type which I took to the S Type anniversary at A F Rayspeed in 2014.

  6. 18adum
    19th December 2018 @ 9:09 pm

    Watford. I need a 200 case for my winter project.

  7. philipnpcurran70
    19th December 2018 @ 10:40 pm

    3. Watford – gotta b in it 2 win it ✊

  8. simon.gooday
    19th December 2018 @ 10:40 pm

    Watford.
    On the way back to Essex after attending the Coast to Coast this year my casing cracked at the base of a Barrel stud, created an air leak and holed my brand new Wiseco piston. I had the casing welded and bought new piston. On the way to Ypres later in the year two barrel studs came loose on the way to the Euro tunnel. The resulting air leak holed my new Wiseco piston. Got towed along the motorway by another scooter to the terminal where I rebuilt the top end with my spare piston between the English and French passport controls. Got to Ypres and the head was blowing. A bodge repair got me to within 20 miles of Calais on the return journey. Another tow by scooter and another bodge repair got me on the train. I try to travel long distances on my Lambretta but I now have little confidence in my insert ridden casing.

  9. wibbs
    20th December 2018 @ 8:38 am

    Well what a happy lad I’d be to win these casings,tommorow 20 dec 2018 I will go and get my first Lambretta for 8 years having sold my gp for a ridiculously low price as I wanted to start a new life in Cornwall with a lass I fell in love with whilst in Antigua ,the Caribbean island ,the bike paid for the move ,,,, anyway the dream ended all too soon and I was without my Lambretta and have allways felt so gutted about it ,I’ve been saving for thel year in a lambretta money box and tommorow is the big day to be back as a fellow Lambretta owner,thing is the scooter has no engine and not even a casing and tbh I don’t want some small block or dodgy old Indian block ,I want the best and I’ve stumbled on this, as I was looking at engine blocks on the web,soive entered and I pray th Lambretta gods will be good to me if not it’s no shit and the other person would have deserved them,good luck to everyone and keep up the great work SLUCK

    • wibbs
      20th December 2018 @ 8:41 am

      Sorry about the spelling mistakes ,flipping non apple cables play up with my keyboard

  10. Nudger
    20th December 2018 @ 9:44 am

    Good price all considering…

  11. ULC Shane
    20th December 2018 @ 3:33 pm

    Watford
    HHMmmmm, now do I need another 200 engine case, oh heck of course I do
    I’ll pray hard for Santa sack being emptied on my doorstep.

  12. John McMillan
    20th December 2018 @ 6:23 pm

    Watford – New casing, Oh yes please. Won’t need to get my current one repaired. Merry Christmas

  13. Orlando17
    20th December 2018 @ 8:42 pm

    Watford. I would love to win some new Uni casings. I’ve been off the road for the past 20 odd years due to bringing up my 3 beautiful daughters. Now they’ve grown up its now time for Dad to have me time in the mancave and get back on the road.

  14. bookertmgs1
    22nd December 2018 @ 11:07 am

    Watford

    It’s Christmas – i’d Give the casing to my friend – his casing is made of helicoils and cheese and I’m sick of hearing about yet another stripped thread. Aside from stopping him being a banker for the 1st breakdown prize – this will make our trip to Poland sunshine and flowers for two weeks!

  15. jbamfordswift
    22nd December 2018 @ 1:38 pm

    Watford is the answer.
    Cause my lambretta is mint body wise but needs engine rebuild which is currently outta reach.
    Cheers

  16. Lee Wells
    24th December 2018 @ 8:22 am

    Watford. I like authentic standard, my 1972 LI150 Indian Lambretta is just that but with an Indian GP200 lump. A new UNI casing would keep it standard but with a modern twist. A wonderful creation in the making. If I don’t win I think I’ll buy one anyway.

  17. David Shaw
    24th December 2018 @ 9:51 am

    Watford

  18. mikedonnison
    25th December 2018 @ 12:25 am

    Watford….because they are made in India, and I am proud to ride 2 Indian GPs!!

  19. Graybo
    29th December 2018 @ 4:44 pm

    Watford because i’m a lifetime lambretta enthusiast and iv’ been been such a good boy all over Christmas and washed up Christmas day.

  20. gmf146
    31st December 2018 @ 4:39 pm

    watford would like to be the first customer to try one out

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