Name of scooter and reason: Dominator. When we were teenagers growing up in late 70s/early 80s, Reghams local Lambretta dealer came up with these bikes and I always wanted one. When I smashed my GP up I thought nobody had ever reproduced one, so I got in touch with Maca who sprayed them originally and this is the result. Well chuffed! Scooter model: GP 200. Date purchased and cost: Bought in 2005 off Stu Thurston (The Emporor) who’d done a lovely paint job on it for me. Cost about £3500. Inspiration for project: Going back to my youth and the amount of time we use to spend in Reghams. Time to build & by who: Just over a year. Built by my mate Jase Potter and sprayed by Maca. Any specialised parts or frame mod: Original seat, original 80s flipover back rest and Series 2 clutch lever. Engine spec: Kit: RT225. Crank: 58 x 110. Carb: 28mm Dellorto. Exhaust: BGM Clubman. Clutch: Uprated standard. Gearbox: GP200 with 19/46 sprockets. Porting work by: Porting work done by Jase Potter. Dyno done by: Dyno done by Chisel Speed. Describe engine performance, power delivery and scooter handling: Very responsive and crisp. A bit slower with a big lad like me on! Are there any other unique details we have missed: Had to put piggy on the toolbox as I’ve always been known as that since I started rallying. Top speed & cruising speed: 70mph top, and 60mph cruising. Paintwork & murals done by: The brilliant Maca at DTC. What was the hardest part of the project: Tracking down old photos of Dominators as there weren’t many done. In hindsight, is there anything you would have done differently: Nothing I would of done differently; it’s all gone fairly smoothly. Is there anyone you wish to thank: Jase Potter for all the mechanics and research he’s done. Maca for the brilliant paintwork. Dan Guest for his help with the research and finally my fiancée Vicky for putting up with me while we’ve been doing it.