Category Archives: Restoration Projects

Vespa 1964 50cc Small Frame

Originally Published at The Vespa Wizard   This stunning 1962 50cc was brought to me in boxes by a client who dismantled it a few years [...]

How to Change A Classic Vespa Rear Brake Shoes

Originally Published : VespaMaintenance.com For those of you with crappy brakes, this tutorial is identical for both front and rear brakes. [...]

61 Vespa VBB Restoration Project (Part 2 of 6)

Thursday, April 3, 2008 Originally Posted: http://vbbrestore.blogspot.com.au The Plan My goal is to do a full rebuild and restoration of a 1 [...]

1957 VB1 – Resoration Project

Originally Published The Vespa Wizard   A customer asked me to inspect a Vespa that he was interested in buying and, after I saw  it, [...]

Custom 1968 Vespa 125

Original Post belinni-blog.blogspot.com.au Vespa 150 Sprint, born in Pontedera, Italy in 1968. This scooter has had the rear end modified GS [...]

61 Vespa VBB Restoration Project (Part 5 of 6)

Friday, June 27, 2008 Originally Posted:http://vbbrestore.blogspot.com.au Front End Work Still catching up on work already done… Remov [...]

1967 Vespa 150 Super Restoration Project (Part 2 of 5)

This is part 2 of the Vespa Super Restoration Project. In this article the writer deals with the paint colour.   The Original Colour I [...]

61 Vespa VBB Restoration Project (Part 4 of 6)

Friday, May 23, 2008 Originally Posted: http://vbbrestore.blogspot.com.au Rebuilding the Engine, and Discovering Cracks Still catching up on [...]

Sergio’s 1958 VNA – Restoration

Originally Published at The Vespa Wizard   Sergio, a proud PX200 owner, always wanted a vintage Vespa so he decided to buy an “re [...]

61 Vespa VBB Restoration Project (Part 6 of 6)

Follow along with me as I do my first Vespa restoration — on a 1961 VBB 150cc vintage Vespa Originally Posted on http://vbbrestore.blo [...]

61 Vespa VBB Restoration Project (Part 3 of 6)

Sunday, May 18, 2008 Removing the Engine, Rebuilding the Carb Getting caught up on what has already been done… Removing the Engine My [...]
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