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    Default Need a 6 Volt battery for a 1958? Vepsa 150 GS

    My father hastly purchased a late 50's Vespa 150 GS. We tried starting it today and it needs a new battery. I phoned up to Walt Healy and Interstate, no luck sourcing a battery. Was wondering if someone had a secret contact? Thanks in advance.
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    try napa. If I remember correctly that's where I got the 6 volt one for my 78 honda. Or phone the guys at the old motorcycle shop as they would know where to get one for sure.

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    A napa part number is a GC2-110

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    Thank you, I'll have to phone in there tomorrow. Hopefully this thing fires up.

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    Originally posted by dino_martini
    Thank you, I'll have to phone in there tomorrow. Hopefully this thing fires up.

    That would make a cool living room piece if you can't get it to start!

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    Awesome scoot! 6 volt batteries should be available at any bike shop. do you still have the old one?
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    Yep batteryworld.net

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    Or, just get me the OEM number on the battery and I'll get you one.
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    Originally posted by kevie88
    Awesome scoot! 6 volt batteries should be available at any bike shop. do you still have the old one?
    It didn't even come with a battery unfortunately. Went down the Old Motorcycle Shop (I had no clue places like this existed in Calgary...not a bike guy my self). They have list after list of 6 volt batteries, just need the dimensions and we should have this thing rolling.

    Thanks guys!

    And yes, if we cant get it running it would make an epic art piece.
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