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lukedeanweymark Luke Dean-Weymark
Sydney, NSW, Australia   AUS
Hi Greg,

I've have a hunt around and couldn't find a compliance plate or VIN number stamp on the scooter. In a previous life the scooter was in fact yellow. So maybe whoever painted it black, painted over these important numbers...

According to the registration papers the VIN number is V46212T20024 is it possible to identify the model from this number?

The other two unique features that I've identified is the round speedo, most that i've seen of this era so far have clam shell shaped speedo's. The other is the small label attached to the leg shield (images attached).

I'm still stumped as to what it is. Ahh the beauty of owning old machinery!!

Let me know if you've got any further thoughts.

Regards,
Luke

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brosef1848 Alex B
Gilbert, Phoenix, USA   USA
Hi. I have a 74 150 Super that's in very rough shape. It was a free find out in the deserts of Arizona so I can't complain. I know it would be beautiful once restored but I do not have the time. I have had this thing for at least 5 years and have only managed to take the bars off it. All the parts are there. I would love to see this thing drive one way or another.

This is where I ask the advice of the community.

- are there any places near or in Phoenix that restore Vespas?
- what are the best places to source parts? I'm very mechanically inclined just short on free time.
- last and least wanted option if I were to sell this thing as is what should I ask? I would rather turn it into a planter than sell it.

Thanks guys. I'm new to vespas but can do all the work I just don't know the resources or have the time for this thing.


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