Roberto in Argentina has gotten in touch with pictures of his newly acquired Parilla Levriere scooter (or Greyhound as the model was known in the UK and States). It looks to be in really sound condition and is a rare and unusual machine.
It is always good to hear from readers of the blog, to see their rides, and better still to help out a fellow enthusiast. Roberto was after a workshop manual so I was able to put him in touch with Philip in France who sent in pictures of his Parilla six months or so ago.
|Parilla Greyhound in Argentina|
|The 150cc two stroke power plant of the Greyhound. The same|
motor as Parilla used in several motorcycles too.
|This motor should make the Greyhound fairly spritely.|
Parilla later became known for fast two stroke go-kart motors.
|The other side of the Greyhound. Like many scooter offerings|
from manufacturers more used to making motorcycles the
Greyhound is designed as much as a small-wheeled motorcycle
with bodywork as a fully-blown scooter.
|Handlebars and cockpit of the Greyhound.|