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1974 Auto Lambretta Project
Year/Make/Model1974 Auto Lambretta Project 
DescriptionTook a 1974 Spanish Jet150 barn find, broke it down, sold off all the parts we wouldn't need like the engine, glovebox, seat, etc, Cut and widened the frame welded new sub-frame to accomodate a 2009 Vespa GTS 250 engine. Comes with engine, GTS harness, switches, engine control unit (ECU) with key, rear mudguard, shocks, stock exhaust, modified Lambretta gas tank with fuel pump (no longer gas fed), radiators, aprilia engine coolant tank, all those misc bits, various materials and resources on the conversion/my notes, photos, examples of other "Series 6" style conversions, etc./// Lambretta Frame has panels (not sure if the one is cut to accomodate the exhaust, floor runners, legshield, fender, original fork, SX style original headset. I had a PX legshield modified/elongated to accomodate/hide the radiators but was lost by my welder. You can either keep the 10 in fork and upgrade it to a Disc brake or swap out for a Piaggio Typhoon 12 in fork which is what some do/I was planning on./// Engine runs, taken from Salvaged gts with front end damage. The OG bike wasn't in any Hurricane, and since the work was done on the conversion, the bike has been kept dry in garage storage. /// Pictures available upon request, I'm not home so these photos are of other projects. Serious inquiries only. This type of build is big in England where people generally take air-cooled Aprilia engines in Lambretta frames./// This would need a new seat, the electrical to be connected and test run in a garage, the wiring and cables to be strapped down/run along the open frame and then just put together and driven. Sort of a niche thing but a good father/son project. Will go 75/80 all day  
LocationAsbury Park, NJ 
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Date posted2018-02-13 08:42:33