We are highly selective in our purchasing & endeavour to Sell Scooters with known British or Italian History.Please see below for our current Authentic Piaggio/Douglas Vespa stock or contact us if you have a particular Vespa in mind and we will try out utmost to source one for you.We imagine this could point to some kind of companion app or on-scooter screen that would display important details like speed and battery life as well as offer navigation and location features.We're also intrigued to know how we'll be charging the device when it's released.If available, you will need: The document should be a sales receipt (dated before 1983), archive document (or Authenticated Copy) of the original registration information or original Buff or Green Log Book (or authenticated copy).If you do not wish to send original documents to DVLA , send a photocopy AND the original to me and I can stamp and sign the copies as authenticated copies. This MAY be available from Local Council Archives or Private Collections.
Vespa 90 SS original (1970) This rare Vespa 90SS 1970, has been fully restored in the bodywork and the engine by experienced technicians, accompanied by photographic documentation of the restoration. The GTR has the same chassis and bodywork of the famous ..... Vespa VB1T (1958) This is a rare and original Vespa VT1B also known as the Clubman.We might charge it like you would a standard electric car, but Piaggo could go down the route of having a removable battery like the Taiwanese startup Gogoro has, allowing people to quickly swap out their empty batteries at charging stations rather than having to wait for their scooter to recharge.The Elettrica is expected to hit the roads sometime in late 2017 and it’s likely that Vespa will reveal some more information with regards to pricing, release, and specs at the Milan Motorcycle Show later this month.Bidding for prototype number 3 has already exceeded £120,000 and it is expected to sell for more than £250,000 when the auction ends on March 28.Davide Marelli, Vespa expert at Catawiki, said: "The Vespa brand is known all around the world and there are many collectors acquiring antique Vespas."We hope this Vespa will end up in the hands of a collector or in a museum that will protect this piece of motor history for future generation."The Vespa was launched after World War Two when Piaggio realised there was a need for cost-effective transport for Italians.