A couple weeks ago, Brian at nh-scooters interviewed Phil McCaleb of Scooterworks and Genuine Scooter Co. (Stella). Now I have to find someone in New Hampshire to interview to show him up.
Phil McCaleb on nh-scooters.com
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No one worth talking to in NH you say? I don’t know what part of the state you’re talking about.
Here in Northern Carroll County there some scooters owned, maintained, ridden, and appreciated by some of the most articulate and interesting folks you’ll meet anywhere. And yes, I am one of them if I do say so myself. ;-)
On passing EPA: “It really wasnit that difficult; we just had the right company doing the certifications.”
I wonder if that came out right? Sounds kinda fast and loose.
It just means he used a company that knows the ins and outs of EPA regulations, which made the process of meeting the regulations easier. I have test driven the Stella and it’s a great scooter for those who appreciate a vintage scooter. It does have a catalytic converter but it has plenty of power. I didn’t see blue smoke coming out of the exhaust as others were riding it either.
Good luck finding anyone worth talking to in NH… Unfortunately, the people around here who own scooters also own mobile homes if you get my drift. I’d be glad to talk to you though :)
By the way, congrats on your newest edition to the 2StrokeBuzz family… when does she get her own scooters? and what would she ride?
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