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24.6.17

SCOOTERLAB Vespa Douglas 152L2 – rescued and resurrected



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Glastonbury isn't the only major event taking place this weekend; World Vespa Days in Celle, Germany is also happening Friday-Sunday. I have a German friend at Celle taking some fotos on my behalf who will hopefully write a few words for vespamore on what he got up to at WVD - to follow soon..

In the meantime, Iggy Grainger, co-creator of SCOOTERLAB.UK has been sweating on getting his 'mothballed' Douglas 152L2 ready and roadworthy to ride from England to Celle. Iggy, and fellow SLUK creator, Sticky (Martin Round), have between them a great writing style with an amusing sense of irony, with dark humour and wit thrown in for good measure. This makes for some entertaining and engaging reading, coupled with their vastly extensive scooter knowledge. I've been keenly following Iggy's 152L2 project and look forward to see how he got on in Germany and if indeed he makes it there and back on his resurrected vespa...

You can read all about Iggy's project on SLUK which is in three installments - part one, part two and part three

Once finished, you can always catch up on the latest Glastonbury highlights here ...





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