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Of course, there HAS to be a links page.  Here are the sites that I think you'll find interesting:

www.scootercatalog.com This is another scooter on-line store, one that stocks the Chinese tire with the Dunlop WWII tread. It's call Scooter Catalog. I haven't bought anything from these guys yet, so I can't make any recommendations.

http://www.villiersservices.co.uk/ Click here to go to Villiers Services, the engine overhaulers recommended to me for all Villiers engines.

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/welbikewwiiparascooter/?yguid=197439918 Here is the Welbikes group at Yahoo. There are several active collectors and restorers here, so if you don't find the answers you're looking for here, this is where I would suggest you go next.

Hooper Imports, where I bought the new engine for my Welbike.

San Diego Sail and Power Squadron, how I got my start in sailing.

San Diego Maritime Museum

San Francisco Model Yacht Club, used to belong to them when I first started building model boats.

Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, I've been a member of this since 1983.

In case you're curious about the program I used to build this site: www.trellix.com

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Phil Foglio, my second favorite artist.

Click here to go to the Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and of Military History, in Brussels. A very nice Welbike is displayed here.

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