Once again, Bob and crew hosted Cabin Fever at Scooterville, a nice break in January weather and a chance at some very good deals on Guzzi's, Vespa's, Piaggio and Kymco scooters. As with previous C.F's, there were some used scooters outside on the cold sidewalk with some VERY attractive price tags. Last year I almost left with one, this year I was tempted but showed some "adultness" as Mike calls it, enough of that to avoid going inside and asking about them.
As far as I know, none of the machines outside sold while we were there but inside Bob was barely able to keep up with those signing papers. I know for a fact that a couple of Guzzi's found new owners in the short time that we were there.
Some of you even know the guy that bought this V7 Guzzi, a fantastic deal (it was NOT me).
Home in the afternoon and then in the evening, we went up into the State Park.
It was cool and the wind was brisk, we walked a short ways and not really dressed for it, returned to the car. It was great to see so many people outside and enjoying themselves on a cold January evening.
Out in the garage early, it was finally Honda SL100 day....again. I'm struggling to get the cases apart...
Mike's technical term for the kickstart shaft...."tackers"...it's all of that and the reason all of the little holes are not filled with screws.
Cooler temps predicted over the next couple of weeks but little snow....all OK by me.