Buy new tomos moped

Dillon McGroarty /

Does anyone know websites that sell tomos classic xl 45 models brand new that will ship to US?

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Dirty30 Dillon /

None that I know that will ship to US. You would have to travel to EU , buy it and have it shipped.

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campeona del mundo /

pretty hard to get one since they went bankrupt...

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I have been told there could be some 2015 tomos here in the states some time soon. Not sure how real it is or any time frame. I will ask my guy and see what they say.

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Buying a nice shape early to mid 2000's A35 is a better idea anyway. Not only is it cheaper it avoids the quality issues with the new ones

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> None that I know that will ship to US. You would have to travel to EU ,

> buy it and have it shipped.

Doesn't that guy in new york still sell some homebuilt Tomosses?

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Dirty30 Dillon /

> Bas Autowas Wrote:

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> > None that I know that will ship to US. You would have to travel to EU

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> > buy it and have it shipped.

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> Doesn't that guy in new york still sell some homebuilt Tomosses?

In Florida now, and I don't think he's in production any more.

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Dunno, but I wouldn't buy one if he did.

Tomos is dead man, and the new ones had constantly failing ignition circuits anyway. Look for one from 2012 or older. The classic name is just the new jargon, before that it was the Sprint, St, or bullet.

All the models are nearly the same starting from back in the 70s. Early models had the A3 engine, Piston port 10mm wrispin. Starting in the 90s they had the a35, Reed valve 12mm wrist pin, and the a55 engine debuted in the early 2000's. Piston port 12mm wristpin.

All of the tomos engines are great, but it's harder to upgrade the a3 engines due to the 10mm Piston pin, but they do have superior clutches. Other than that, they are all essentially the same engines and frames with changes to the cosmetics and electrics over time.

If your not willing to be your own mechanic this is the wrong hobby for you. You will break down and you will be fixing it yourself. Regardless, if you are expecting reliability on par with a modem car or Japanese scooter, you are wrong. Especially with the newer ones but in general as well.

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