RE: Garelli Italian Moped information

Jon Ballentine /
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<HTML>Hey there Joel:

I had two of them, both supersports and 1978's. I really liked them. Never had much trouble with them other than normal maintenance issues. I kept them both for over 10 years each. They made a nice matched set. I finally sold them both over the past 2 years. Both still ran fine. The reason I got rid of them was for lack of parts available. This is important to me since I like to keep them in tip-top shape. If the one your looking at runs good and all the parts are there, it shouldn't be a bad deal. By all means take it for a test ride. Make sure the clutch fully engages when starting. I couldn't find a clutch for mine, so I sold it before it started to act up(hard to start). Good luck. Let me know how you make out.

Sincerely, Jon</HTML>

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  Garelli Italian Moped informationTopic by: Joel Joel 02/02/00 03:15AM
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