SX 1968 RB250cc Full Show Custom Lambretta VLAD 111 FOR SALE

North Yorkshire, United Kingdom


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Posted 288 days ago
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    1968 (G)
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    North Yorkshire, United Kingdom
  • Date Posted:

    09 September 2017
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Sellers Description

For sale is the multi show winning SX-RB250cc 1968 scratch built custom Lambretta? Starting life from an SX150 frame and engine block the bike has been hand made by the very best in customisation has to offer, Winning best in the show on its first debut it has an engine to make any scooter enthusiast jealous with 33BHP of grunt at the wheel. 36ml Delleorto flatslide carb, 6 plate Scooterotica clutch, SIP wheels & tyres, hydraulic brake front and rear internal, Custom made Franspeed DJ lookalike pipe, knuckle duster levers, Dragon Foot side stand? Customized seat, Custom paintwork, and gold plating. Cableless and wireless hidden, all parts are concealed? Unique rear back light and racing seat pan? It's simply the very best money can buy? Originally a small block SX150 casing we had taken away and welded and machined up inside and strengthened to take the Horsepower? Exhaust has KTM MotoX baffles and cones, great torque and pulls in every gear? It sounds more like a MotoCrosser. please see links: It speaks for itself and a bargain to any serious scooterist? It is simply a show stopper?
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