The Society of Cool!
First picture of newly completed 'Supersting 225' built by Armandos of Sheffield, who's enthusiasm never failed to blow me away. A big thanx to Mr Ian Wilkins AKA 'Staffsaint' without whom this scooter would just not look the way it was intended. The list of contributors is endless a big thanx to all, you know who you are.:-) But mostly to Guido & Guillio for listening to my everchanging moods..:-)
Good luck to you mate. Not my cuppa, I'm a rusteration man, but she's a pretty machine to be sure.
Had to get it out of my system stevo, back in the day i'd have sold me soul......:-)
the scooter is wonderful john
was the front mudguard wrapped as well as the panels ?
John, well done mate, looks good and I am sure built a lot better than a Saigon scrapper, if I was to add anything only because I had them on my Hurricane is a nice pair of Jag lights but still a very nice thing to own John.
Thanx Del, jag lights are goin on the painted panels but not the chrome bubbles..aint drilling them.....:-)
Be brave mate, I will try a dig out a piccy of my old SS, chrome/red and gold bubbles with jag lights,
But I did have a plain set of bubbles for visits to brighton etc, too easy to nick
Make sure we get a piccy with you on it.
Will do mate,im into the hospital tomorrow, but should have the scoot home on tuesday. Piccys to follow...:-)
Cheers hubert, couldnt get the wrapping done, its all triple plated. The guy wouldnt even attempt the wrapping....? :-)
seeing these beautiful scooters makes me want to buck my ideas up a bit for mine !
ive got a horncast embellisher for the sprint that needs fitting
[ thats a lovely one on that gs ]
and i reckon some spoked wheel trims should go on next as well .
a fly screen should look good also