Saturday, July 18, 2015

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Vespa GS160 Mk 1 Golden Deluxe

Owner:  Izaac, lives in Singapore – one of the several strong holds of 
Vespa’s and Lambretta’s outside of Italy to date.
Scooter Model: 1962 Vespa Gs160 Mk1 – one of the most sought after vintage Vespa models.

The gold is anodised chrome, which is a new technique of finishing that can come in a variety of candy colours.

Thursday, May 7, 2015


It's 5 years from the 4th Scooter Days in Vietnam. Now the 5th happened in Da Nang beach, April 28-29 2015. 
339 scooters, 449 members - it's not a big one. Because this is the first time we camp.
Hope you enjoy our video.

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Lambretta MooN

Vespa P80 in Vietnam

Đình Gò Táo, Gò Công. 29/3/2015 

Bà Lậy, Tân Hòa, Gò Công. 

The owner said there are a few Vespa P80 in Vietnam. He bought in 2007 when it's really old.
The color of it is her daughter choice. He keep it for her. Such a nice story.

Some pictures when he bought it.

Monday, March 9, 2015

The little 160cc Vespa scooter

1,700 Miles, 2 Countries in 10 Days on this little 160cc Vespa scooter 

"1965 ~ $10 was our total cost for gas, and the most we ever spent for a motel was $5.00. We covered Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, where this photo was taken, New Hampshire, Vermont and Nova Scotia, and to this day, 49 years later, we still consider it the best vacation we've ever taken. The beauty of bopping along on a little puddle jumper like this is we could stop anywhere along the way without having to search for a car-sized parking area, and our entire route was dictated solely by whim alone.
The lady modeling the Vespa Gran Sport, of course is my wife, Sammy, who loved that scooter at least as much as I did. Overall, we've logged over 50,000 miles on a variety of scooters. Our last one was a Honda Helix, the Rolls Royce of scooters at the time, which you can see in the first comment below. I first posted this image about five years ago, but, after a bit of additional processing, I thought it was worth another run-through."