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For sale: Lambretta SX 200, Vespa GS 150, Vespa GS 160, Faro Basso...

Post by empirescooters » Sun Feb 14, 2016 6:26 am

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1966 Lambretta SX 200 - Italy Innocenti Original

PRICE: USD 3400 (fully-restored price)
OCEAN SHIPPING COST: USD 300

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Green Pearlescent 1962 Vespa VBB 150cc + SIDECAR - Italy Piaggio Original

PRICE: USD 2900
OCEAN SHIPPING COST: USD 450


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WHITE 1964 Vespa GS 160 - Italy Piaggio Original

PRICE: USD 3250
OCEAN SHIPPING COST: USD 300

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WHITE 1949 Vespa Bacchetta - Italy Piaggio Original

PRICE: USD 3850
OCEAN SHIPPING COST: USD 300

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SILVER 1958 Vespa GS 150 - Italy Piaggio Original

PRICE: USD 3150
OCEAN SHIPPING COST: USD 300

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Re: For sale: Lambretta SX 200, Vespa GS 150, Vespa GS 160, Faro Basso...

Post by donny » Tue Mar 22, 2016 3:13 pm

That Vespa with the side car is very nice! Are they all original or rebuilt with after market engines etc?
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Re: For sale: Lambretta SX 200, Vespa GS 150, Vespa GS 160, Faro Basso...

Post by Johnniespeed » Wed Mar 23, 2016 5:22 am

I suggest to research very carefully before buying any old scooter "rebuilt" in Viet Nam.
While THAT company could be the exception and may have acceptable quality , there are too many stories of shoddy workmanship and bad experiences, to not be extremely careful.
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Re: For sale: Lambretta SX 200, Vespa GS 150, Vespa GS 160, Faro Basso...

Post by Florida Antique » Fri Mar 25, 2016 9:39 am

Anybody thinking of one of these scooters should Google "Viet Bodge" first.
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Re: For sale: Lambretta SX 200, Vespa GS 150, Vespa GS 160, Faro Basso...

Post by Johnniespeed » Sat Mar 26, 2016 6:00 am

WOW !!!
A quick Google search of " Viet Bodge" was a real eye opener, those perfect looking scooters are scrap crap. Their sales would constitute fraud in my opinion.
The fraudulent restoration process should be prosecuted and out lawed.
I'll bet a lot of people lost a lot of money buying those poorly rebuilt scooters.

Don't know if the "Empire scooters " is one of the good restorers or not, but they are from Viet Nam, so careful and thorough research is suggested.

As for me, I will avoid Viet Bodge altogether.
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