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VNA/VNB was the prefix for the 125cc models. The A were the first ones produced and were then followed by the B models when the rear of the frame was flattened out. With the exception of the headset the bodies on the VNA/VNB and VBA-VBB are identical. The horn design was changed to one which had horizontal lines on the 125 VNA/VNB. Early 125cc scooters had a small taillight which was similar to that on the handlebars.The design was later changed and it had a red lens on top. This taillight was then used on the 125cc models. The VNA/VNB 125cc models used a small square shaped speedometer. Late 125cc Vespas used the clamshell speedometer as well. Early VNA's had a split headset design which allowed for easy access to the control cables. Piaggio discontinued using this design on later versions of the VNA and did not add this feature to other Vespas until the advent of the P-series in the late 1970s.