This isn’t an 80’s scoot. It was imported from India in 2008. But, for me, it’s got that 80’s feel about it. It’s the type of scoot I’d have wanted more than any other in the ’80s. An Arthur Francis Super S-Type. Built, and signed by Ray and Ben Kemp. In orange (ok, “Red candy over marigold”).
If you promised yourself one like this in the eighties, and you can afford one now, wtf is stopping you? Here’s the eBay link.
Super, according to the dictionary means; “anarticleofasuperiorquality,grade,size,etc.; verygood;first-rate;excellent.” This Super S-Type, for sale on eBay, is Super. Perhaps even Super-Dooper.
There are a ton of Lammies for sale on eBay, but I only post the ones that really float my boat. This one does, in spades. A proper ’80s style S-Type GP complete with glitter-flake paint. Perhaps it’s the sad demise of funkster Prince has got me in a purple mood. Whatever it is, this scoot has all the relevant AF Rayspeed invoices including initial invoice detailing all work done to convert to a Super S-Type. It’s even got Ray Kemp’s signature, on the spare wheel. If you’ve always had a yen for an S-Type, Here’s the link on eBay