Im in two minds, vespa px125 or lambretta li125. I've always loved lambretta more, but Im unclear on a few things.Might sound silly question but Im a novice. when refuelling a lambretta li 125 do you…Read More
"Ji Jim, as per our other conversation it looks like most go with the PX option.... the more i think of it the more that option makes me yawn!!! sorry to offend any PX lover ( brilliant machines) but a restored Lammie is a thing of beauty... well as…"
"I would go for a PX, its the ideal first geared scooter. Thats what I did, I got plenty of miles under my belt on a PX and then when I felt comfortable and experienced enough on that I did my full test......... and then got a Lammy ! (200cc…"
"who has restored the lambretta ?
theres no reason why a properly sorted lambretta series 3 shouldnt be a good buy providing its been screwed together well with quality parts .
then again it will be a nightmare if it hasnt
if theres any question…"
"The LI125 is a lovely machinr, but the PX125 will be a better servant. Also, look at LML. Pretty much identical to the PX, in fact most of them are badged as a px. However, a lot cheaper and to be honest they have a better finish. I've just…"
"Hi - Its the same old story ' you pay for what you get' buy cheap and you'll get cheap.
Ive had many vespas over the years and true to form never really had a moments bother - However, brought a beautiful li125 special…"
"If the Lammie had a full resto, an electronic ignition and a warranty i'd go for it, there's nothing wrong with Lambrettas (i've owned a few) Vespas are a lot easier to work on if you need to fix them yourself."
"Thanks paddy. would you still go for the px even if the lammie had a full rennovation. Are the px's alot more reliable ??? My heart says lambretta my head says vespa. I really dont know what to do?. thanks again for your help mate."
"Hi Jim, if it's your first ever scoot then i'd go with the PX. Pouring Oil in your tank when you fill up is no great hardship but for reliability in my opinion the PX would be better (i'm gonna regret saying that, lol). There's…"