Some guy hotrodding his Stella

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Some guy hotrodding his Stella

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Well, at least I think that's a Sella.
Don't have a Stella myself but I thought this video was interesting. I wouldn't mind getting one and doing what he did. Looks like fun.

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Post by Mr.FixIt »

I've watched quite a few of the "That Scooter Thing" videos.

Why not hop up a Stella? She sure pulls better up the hills after some performance parts. For "agnostic" purposes only mind you. Ha ha.
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Lee really knows what he's doing with Vespa motors.
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