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his is one scooter I never thought I’d see out on the road again, so how did it come to be? For anyone unfamiliar with this particular machine, it first featured in the September 2007 edition of Scootering. Then owner, Wayne Stanton (owner of other scooters such as Grim Fairytale and RatFink) had collaborated with Sean Brady to create the stunning machine, with its outrageous side panels and a seductive name. The scooter won a bunch of local shows and shot straight to fame across the web. The name of the scooter became so well known, I myself used it as a platform

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Name of scooter & reason: The Exorcist, it’s one of my all-time favourite films. Scooter model: Vespa PX125. Date purchased & cost: March 2020 (£300). Inspiration for project: Lockdown! Time to build & by who: Approximately six months by Spud, Jo
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Name: Jason Shambrook. Job: Human resources manager. Scooter club & town: Cheap Red Wine SC, Guernsey. First interest in scooters: In the mid-Eighties, a few mates had them and we used to hang about together. Great times and I still see them occas
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Name: Jon Goddard. Job: Plumber. Scooter club & town: Classic Nouveau. First interest in scooters: 1978. First scooter: Rally 200 in bits with no engine. First ever rally: Disc 85 or 86 (I’m getting old). How did you get there: Back of a PX. F