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1975 Vespa 150 SUPER For Sale (Registered 125cc)

Price 1: £3,450

  • - Sale Type: Client Sale
  • - Restoration: Original UK Scooter
  • - 1 Previous Owner unmolested UK Scooter
  • - Status: Fully Serviced and Road Ready
  • - Please Contact us for more information & to arrange a viewing
  • - Local Delivery available from £50
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This Original British Super has great History with only 1 previous owner. It was supplied to the present owner by Armandos in 1990 and last on the road in 1993

The Scooter has undergone a full mechanical check with ourselves and fully serviced with numerous new parts including a new battery, Front Michelin S83 Tyre etc. The whole fuel system has been overhauled

This Super goes really well and smoothly pulls very strongly through the gears

Currently this 150 cc Super is registered as 125cc so it is leaner friendly - Please note it is the responsibility of the owner to ensure a vehicle actual engine capacity matches the capacity registered with the DVLA

Model information: PIAGGIO BUILT VESPA 150 SUPER

The Vespa Super was the new basic eight –inch wheeled model introduced towards the end of 1965. The preceding 125cc (VNB) model had been gradually getting closer in spec to the 150cc (VBB) version, so the logical step was taken to replace them with a single model available as a 125 or a 150. Apart from the barrel and piston sizes the two could only be told apart by the colours – blue for the 150 and white for the 125. At least that was true for the home market- other colours were produced for export. For the first – and only- time small wheels were combed with separate finned hubs like those of the larger-wheeled models. In fact these wheels and the somewhat abbreviated mudguard were just about the only unique features of this model. In an effort to cut costs in the face of raging inflation, a much greater standardisation of parts was creeping in. Hence the Super shared the frame with the Sprint introduced at the same time (which, in turn, had inherited it from the GL), the panels were also the same as the Sprint while the headset was the VMA1/Primavera item. The engines were practically unchanged from the preceding VNB/VBB models.