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Reliving the '70s

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S.I.P. Scootershop sent me these 1970s Piaggio advertising shots scanned from old brochures. Have seen these plenty of times in the various vespa books I have but always enjoy looking at these...

It's funny how your tastes change/evolve; having owned vespas for the last 12 years or so I've worked my way through a few of Piaggio's classic vespa models from the 1950s designed GS150 to the later PX or T5 to be exact. I still hanker after a nice original '50s vespa like this lovely pair I spotted at Eurovespa 2006 in Turin but currently seem to have settled on the late '60s/early '70s vespas with squarer styling & bright colours like the above ads. This current vespa preference led to my latest scoot here. Other vespas I've owned can be seen here

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