This is the story of my '64 Vespa 150 - how it became mine and how it has given me a new vespatude.  I'll be recording the neat places I visit, the different things I do to make the Vespa my own, and - oh yeah - those reactions I get from both friends and strangers.

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Friday, May 12, 2006
The strangest things
I've been having some fun over at with a thread I started earlier this week. I asked the question, "What's the strangest things you've done with old scooter parts?" I specfically meant crafty type things such as my headlight assembly picture frame.

There have been some interesting replies! There is a rolling scooter seat, a couple of half frame scooters hanging from walls (as though they had been bagged on some big game hunt), and a bunch of other uses. This one was on of my favorites:

How many Vespa parts can you find in this picture? You can read about the other ones in the forum. Though, I have to post one here that is sooooo very true...
I used all the parts from my disassembled Bajaj to make a fun little obstacle course between the door and my tool box.

When I kick the plastic bin full of small parts, I get to play "crawl around on the floor looking for nuts, bolts, springs and bearings!"


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