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Friday, December 18, 2020

Take a look at the three rare and most expensive Vespa scooters in Indonesia

As we all know the Piaggio's Vespa scooter brand in Indonesia has its own history. It is not surprising then it creates emotional closeness to form a close brotherly bond between its users. Similiarly, if there is a classic scooter (especially a Vespa) that is offered at a pretty fantastic price, it would be an interesting topic of conversation.
1951 Vespa V30 'Faro Basso' sat on display at the Indonesia Scooter Festival (ISF) 2020 and was offered at a pretty fantastic price of Rp. 900 million (approx the US. $63,480). (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3maFlr6)
Yes, a while ago the world of scooter enthusiasts in Indonesia was busy when there's a Piaggio-made scooter was offered at a pretty fantastic price. Now here are three Vespa classic scooters got an exorbitant price tags in Indonesia;

1. Vespa V30 'Faro Basso'
Not long ago, there's something caught the attention of visitors to the 2020 Indonesia Scooter Festival (ISF). At the event, there's a gorgeous 1951 Vespa V30 'Faro Basso' appeared and said to be sold at a price of Rp. 900 millions (approx the US. $63,480). How does it look? This classic Vespa appeared in army green colored and was one of the participants for the Scooter Contest at ISF 2020 event which took place 5-6 December 2020 at Lippo Plaza Jogjakarta.
1951 Vespa V30 'Faro Basso' is one of the rarest classic scooter models has a stunning and iconic shape also carries a 2-stroke 150cc engine. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3maFlr6)
According to Dwi Yudha Danu, the founder and chairman of the event organizing committee, that the classic scooter was as the result of an original restoration featured with legal documents and valid vehicle taxes. Furthermore, he explained that there were only 50 units of Vespa V30 known existed in Indonesia, but the one was on the similar condition like this was very rare. As it is known that the Vespa V30 Faro Basso is one of the rarest classic scooter models has a stunning and iconic shape also carries a 2-stroke 150cc engine.
But unfortunately the appearance of this classic scooter only lasted briefly, due to the event was later disbanded by the local government, it considered to have violated the provisions of the health protocol in effect during the COVID-19 pandemic. So if you are interested to have this 1951 Vespa V30 classic scooter, please call +62-818-0423-4562.

2. Vespa GS (Grand Sport) Series
The presence of the 1950 Vespa GS (Grand Sport) VS on display at the Indonesia Scooter Festival (ISF) 2019 was quite shocking because the price offered on the scooter reached Rp. 500 millions (approx the US. $35,267). Even though the scooter appeared to be mediocre, has not much attributes, and even its silver paint look a little opaque, but who would have thought it was one of the scooters that were priced at a high price during the exhibition.
1950 Vespa GS 150 VS sat on display at the Indonesia Scooter Festival (ISF) 2019 and was offered at a pretty fantastic price of Rp. 500 million (approx the US. $35,267). (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2WbKTXP)
The Vespa GS Series scooters are one of collector items. What makes these scooter models were special, apart from its rarity, they have a slightly different physical form from any other Vespa types. The Vespa GS-Series has two variants, namely the VS and MK types. And the Vespa GS VS type has five series, namely VS1 to VS5. Meanwhile, there are only two types of Vespa GS MK, namely Mark 1 and Mark 2.
1957 Vespa GS 150 VS3 uses a 150cc 2-stroke engine with silver color body. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3oNo3BX)
Both of Vespa GS Series also carried different kind of engines, for the Vespa GS VS scooter carries a 150cc 2-stroke engine while the GS MK 160cc. Apart from the engine, the characteristics of the Vespa GS Series also can be seen from the color, for the GS VS type scooter is only available in silver, while the GS MK is wrapped in white.
Well, at the ISF 2019 event, it turned out that there were two other Vespa GS units on display along with several other beautiful and unique scooters, namely the 1957 Vespa GS VS3 Messerchemitt and the 1962 Vespa GS MK1 Messerchemitt.

3. Vespa SS (Super Sprint) Series
This scooter is also commonly called the Vespa smallframe and has only two variants, namely the 500 SS and 90 SS. If seen from its history, the Vespa SS Series was produced from 1965 to 1971 in limited numbers, reportedly only 5,000 units worldwide.
1965 Vespa 50 SS VS3 uses a 50cc 2-stroke engine was said to be offered at a pretty fantastic price of Rp. 1 billion (approx the US. $71,171) and today's highest bid of Rp.700 million (approx the US. $49,819). (Picture from: https://bit.ly/3qTfffU)
Apart from its small and cutie design, the Vespa SS Series is also unique thanks to the placement of the spare tire in the middle of the deck and the toolbox that resembles a fuel tank on the upper of the spare tire. Besides being useful to store various mechanic tools, the toolbox also functions as a chest pad for the rider.
As we all know, during its production period, the Vespa SS Series was intended to be used for racing at the Imola and Vallelunga circuits in Italy. And now, even though it has been almost 50 years since the scooter production have been ceased, the Vespa SS Series has never lost its charm among the world's scooter enthusiasts.
Not once, but twice this 1970 Vespa 90 SS with a 90cc 2-stroke engine has been sold at a fantastic price of Rp. 300 million (approx the US. $21,160). (Picture from: https://bit.ly/37Vw4y4)
Indonesia as one of the countries with the largest Vespa community in the world, there're several Vespa SS Series units still be found in the roads. However, due to its small population, the price of the Vespa SS Series scooters on the market has gone crazy, it is said that someone once sold a Vespa 90 SS at Rp. 300 million (approx the US. $21,160).
In the first transaction, the 1970 Vespa 90 SS was sold for Rp. 300 million, while in the second one, it was sold for around Rp. 340 million. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/37Vw4y4)
In fact there are many other Vespa scooter models that are known to have quite fantastic price tags in Indonesia, one of which is the Vespa Ausburg VGLA/B which is known in Indonesia as Vespa Kongo

That's it, and if the article above is still considered inadequate or inaccurate, or if you have additional information related to these three Vespa's rare scooters knew to have an exorbitant price tags in Indonesia, please don't hesitate to let us know via the comments column below this article.

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