<HTML>A friend just gave me a Vespa grande. I think it is a 50 cc or so . the bike looks like it is new , but I think it is a1983 or so , can you get parts for this bike, the only thing I need at this time is a battery. </HTML>
<HTML>I have no idea but can you help me with my problem? I have two messages on the board thing. Look at them and mail me at: email@example.com
<HTML> Laura wrote:
I have no idea but can you help me with my problem? I have two messages on the board thing. Look at them and mail me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a totally worthless and off topic post Laura! you've posted the same questions 5 times now, and this is getting ridiculous. if somebody knows about your problem they will reply to the main thread you started, don't try to drag your needs into Lee's thread.
Lee, you might be able to get that battery at a local hardware store if you know the voltage that it needs to be, i'm not sure. Try posting to the buy/sell forum and see if anybody there knows where to find them or if anyone has one they want to get rid of.
<HTML>Try the VespaSuperShop.com in San Diego, ask for Fabio. Or ScooterTherapy.com.
you have a great moped. i have a grande too, 1981. its silver and has the cast
aluminum snowflake wheels. its 50cc stock but mine has a pinasco kit that
makes it 75cc. you can buy shitloads of parts for that thing from vespa supershop
in san diego. they have everything for vespa mopeds there. dont sell that thing
ive had mine for about 15 years and its great, am looking for another one just
like it but can*t seem to find one
if you are looking for a grande in perfect condition just ask Fabio from VespaSuperShop. He has a red one which is like new.
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hey, i had a qustion about a moped.i was wondering what voltage battery a piaggio caio needed. if you think you know please write me back.
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