The title says it all really. Vespa by Velerio Boni and Azzurra Della Penna is a book about the iconic scooter.
Fancy watching an animation showing how the Vespa has changed in 60 years? Well, read on for Vespalogy.
Just found this little film on YouTube, which seems to indicate a mod revival in China – or should that be mod in China – as it didn’t happen first time around.
I know the purists will hate it, but this Vespa 46, which will be available from next year from Piaggio, is certainly a talking point.
What do you do with the body of a rusty early '60s Vespa? Well, you can do it up or you can do what designer Neil Cox did and turn it into a Vespa coffee table. Apparently some kind of recycling exercise, the body was sandblasted and then coated with […]
If you have money to spend and time on your hands for a bit of restoration, this Eddie Grimstead Vespa GS160 has just been flagged up on the forums as being on eBay right now. Just the main image above on this site, but check out the seller's page for […]
Big thanks to Spectre on the forums for spotting this Scootermania documentary online. It was originally broadcast back in the early 1990s on Channel 4, essentially a potted history of the Vespa and Lambretta, from inception through to their 60s heyday and decline (in the mass market at least). Lasts […]
Ok, the title might be a little misleading, but the series of 60s shows we flagged up the other week, Rewind The 60s, has reached 1964/65, which means mods get a look in. If you missed the show, you can watch it again on BBC iPlayer (UK only sadly), with […]