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berkur 07-02-2008 09:33 AM

VINTAGE VESPA SCOOTER / 1969 Vespa / VLB Sprint
 
Midnight Black



1969 Vespa Scooter

Model: VLB Sprint

150cc / 3 Port Engine / 4 Speed

12 Volt


The engine, suspension and electrical systems are completely reconditioned.

Piston and rings
Clutch
Gears
Cross bar
20/20 De Lorto carburetor
All new bearings, bushings, seals, gaskets, springs, shocks, brakes, cables...
Wiring harness and all electrical components



Off/On power key switch installed for added security
12 volt - no maintenance battery
Bright lights
Loud horn
Clean running
Easy starting / "first kick"
Great gas milage
Every inch of this scooter has been gone over, every part that was not like new condition was replaced!

3 New white wall tires and tubes (spare wheel)
Chromed rims
Stainless steel hub caps
Stainless steel 3/1 rack (spare tire holder / luggage rack / back rest)
Stainless steel front luggage rack
Stainless steel fender guards
Stainless steel legshield trim
Stainless steel floor runners
Stainless steel choke assembly
New fuel tap with stainless steel linkage assembly
Chrome plated gas cap with stainless steel latch
Chrome plated mirrors and mirror brackets
Chrome plated front seat bracket
New stainless steel rider seat bracket


High performance tuned exhaust system - stainless steel expansion pipe with stainless steel muffler


Top quality new synthetic leather seats with matching spare tire cover & back rest cushion on a stainless steel 3/1 rack (Spare tire bracket, Luggage rack, Backrest cushion)


All new rubber trim
New Piaggio hand grips
New steering lock
New odometer
Most screws, nuts, bolts, and washers have been replaced with stainless steel fixtures


Everything about this scooter reflects vintage style and modern quality

cmckenna7 08-23-2008 12:12 PM

How much are you asking?


Quote:

Originally Posted by berkur (Post 188207)
Midnight Black



1969 Vespa Scooter

Model: VLB Sprint

150cc / 3 Port Engine / 4 Speed

12 Volt


The engine, suspension and electrical systems are completely reconditioned.

Piston and rings
Clutch
Gears
Cross bar
20/20 De Lorto carburetor
All new bearings, bushings, seals, gaskets, springs, shocks, brakes, cables...
Wiring harness and all electrical components



Off/On power key switch installed for added security
12 volt - no maintenance battery
Bright lights
Loud horn
Clean running
Easy starting / "first kick"
Great gas milage
Every inch of this scooter has been gone over, every part that was not like new condition was replaced!

3 New white wall tires and tubes (spare wheel)
Chromed rims
Stainless steel hub caps
Stainless steel 3/1 rack (spare tire holder / luggage rack / back rest)
Stainless steel front luggage rack
Stainless steel fender guards
Stainless steel legshield trim
Stainless steel floor runners
Stainless steel choke assembly
New fuel tap with stainless steel linkage assembly
Chrome plated gas cap with stainless steel latch
Chrome plated mirrors and mirror brackets
Chrome plated front seat bracket
New stainless steel rider seat bracket


High performance tuned exhaust system - stainless steel expansion pipe with stainless steel muffler


Top quality new synthetic leather seats with matching spare tire cover & back rest cushion on a stainless steel 3/1 rack (Spare tire bracket, Luggage rack, Backrest cushion)


All new rubber trim
New Piaggio hand grips
New steering lock
New odometer
Most screws, nuts, bolts, and washers have been replaced with stainless steel fixtures


Everything about this scooter reflects vintage style and modern quality


mscuddy 08-23-2008 01:45 PM

How about a picture?

sfcdjevans 08-23-2008 03:26 PM

So where in the world are you?

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