VESPA 90 SUPER SPRINT (BM-267)
This is one of the rarest of all Vespas. The 90 Super Sprint was made to look fast. Piaggio started off with a smallframe body, but cut down the legshields and handlebars for a streamlined look. They added a spare tire in-line with the frame and a glovebox to hold the tire in place. The glovebox is made to look like a motorcycle gas tank. These had a 90cc motor with a four speed gearbox and were significantly more peppy than a standard 90cc Vespa. However, their looks were polarizing and they were priced above a Vespa G.S. as the most expensive scooter in the Vespa line. They were not a sales success, mainly appealing to a niche market of scooter racers, and scooterists who wanted something different. Now, they are highly sought-after. These were not originally sold in the U.S., and are extremely hard to find. This scooter is now for sale out of the Marco Marini collection.
Inventory number: BM-267
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