Seans’ 1980 Lambretta GP200
Sean from Portsmouth has owned his Lambretta for 3 years and thinks it was originally red and was 200cc. Skullduggery Tuning were heavily involved in the engine modifications on The Who. These include a TS1, 240 barrel and pistons, 35mm carb, 60mm con rods and 62mm crank. The gases exit via a Jim Lomas 4 race exhaust system. All this has been mated to a 16:46 racing gearbox.
The wheels are polished stainless steel, with Continental Twist tyres. The brakes consist of outboard front discs and uprated rear drum.The body modifications start with a reshaped, welded up and blended in toolbox and move on to the remoulded, redesigned and chromed fuel tank and shortened running boards. The fuel tank is destined to have artwork added. With the redesigned fuel tank came a shortened seat with easy access, engraved locking fuel cap. The toolbox now resides on the leg shields. All this has been beautifully covered in Blue Candy with Black Swirl paint, all done by Dave Dickinson. Dave was also responsible for the excellent murals applied all over the bodywork. The engraving work, which decorates every available surface, was done by legendary craftsman, Don Blocksidge, before being chromed by Carl Russell with laser cutting by Pete Robinson. Seat covering was by Dave Dickinson from Bridlington, who also made the leather leg shield cover.
Every inch of this scooter has been pain-stakingly detailed -it's easy to see why it's won numerous prizes this year. Sean plans even more work, so keep an eye out for this one next year.