Archive for the “Rebuild 2009 - Chris” category
by nsmyth on August 27, 2009
Got a good laugh from this email from Chris so I though I would post it!
So I’m 3/4 of the way to work this morning and the down pipe on the P2 breaks off!!! I don’t mean comes (…)
by dyoshida on May 20, 2009
Here are some pics from the Niagara Scooter Rally. Enjoy.
by Chris on May 12, 2009
Wouldn’t you know it…
So we put building my Series 3 off of this project as trying to get all 3 bikes bikes done for Niagara was threatening to derail getting any bikes done for Niagara so I pulled mine, leaving Dave and (…)
by dyoshida on May 4, 2009
What a weekend. We are down to crunch time. Spent an unexpected two days grinding it out. The back yard looked like it had rained lambretta parts.
Hon came by to pitch in on Saturday. What a work horse! Paint stripped (…)
by dyoshida on April 26, 2009
Saturday end up to be the odd day. I thought we would have clear great weather for a full day. We were trucking good till the heavy wind and rain came down. The wind was so strong that a small (…)
by dyoshida on April 24, 2009
We put in a four hours of time this evening and made some good progress. We sanded and primed some more parts. Chris was in charge of the paint booth. He only came out for smoke (…)
by Chris on April 15, 2009
Another productive night. (Or…its all coming back to me now)
So Niall, Dave and I got together Tuesday night (foregoing our usual night of escaping the wives) and hit the 3 lambrettas hard. There are now less than 30 days until (…)
by dyoshida on April 15, 2009
Last night Niall and Chris came by and we finished setting up the paint room. Amazing what two rolls of $10 plastic, cardboard and half a garage can be converted into.
Chris had borrowed an air compressor and spray gun from his bro (Vespa dad) and brought it (…)
by Chris on April 12, 2009
So I had some time over this easter holiday weekend to get some extra bike work done…sanding what fun!
I started in on some of the smaller parts. I managed to finish 1 headset bottom, bridge piece, headset shift arm (polished (…)