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Thursday, February 3, 2022

Here are the other two rarest Swedish-made classic scooters

~Two Swedish-made rarities~ It is undeniable that the popularity of scooters in its heyday back in the 1950s up to 1960s were spread evenly throughout the world. So it is not surprising that the success story of the Italian scooter manufacturer duo, Innocenti and Piaggio has greatly inspired the motorcycle business people in the world including in Sweden to participate in developing scooters in that country.
The Apollo Biet (red-colored) has a height differs (seem to be low) than the Svalan moped (blue-colored) and the front shield shapes as well. (Picture from: Scuderiavespasvedese)
On previous occasions, we have also discussed one of the classic scooters from a Swedish manufacturer such as the Monark Monarscoot which was started in 1957 as a moped that uses 14" spokes wheels, pedals like a bicycle and is powered by a German-made ILO engine. 

But this is not the only Swedish manufacturer that has ever produced scooters, allegedly there are many others. Well, on this occasion we again found the other two unique Swedish-made scooters with the brands of Apollo and Svalan.
Biet signifies "bee" or perhaps "ape" and should be averted the "wasp" due to inferiority as the failed products. (Picture from: Scuderiavespasvedese)
The story of the two scooters from Sweden is related to each other and begins when the machinery manufacturer John Benson (JB) produced a 128 cc 2-stroke engine specifically for small motorbikes back in 1949, but at that time motorcycle manufacturers in that country were preffered the DKW and Husqvarna engines. As a result, many machines produced by JB were not sold and piled up in the warehouse. 
The first ever Svalan signifies "Swallow" scooter at a scooter-premiere back in May 2009. (Picture from: Scuderiavespasvedese)
As an effort to market all of these machines, John Benson (JB) the machine maker then persuaded the Svalan and Apollo factories to make scooters/mopeds using his machines. In short, then the two manufacturers agreed to produce the two-wheeled vehicle in 1953 with a pretty good design done by a Swedish industrial designer.

As quoted of Historien om Apollo, this scooter or more precisely the Apollo moped was made by a Värnamo-based manufacturer named M. Berlin & Co AB. The company founded by Sven Mauritz Berlin back in the 1934. Uniquely, this Swedish manufacturer's production are varies ranging from bicycles, motorcycles, mopeds, lawn mowers up to boat outboard engines, all of which carry the Apollo brand.
The Apollo Biet (red-colored) has a height differs (seem to be low) than the Svalan moped (blue-colored) and the front shield as well. (Picture from: Scuderiavespasvedese)
As for the Apollo Biet or Apollo 77 Biet moped were made in 1954, it having a scooter style in general with a front-shield, and unique double headlights, but used 14" sized spokes wheels. As quoted of the same source above, reportedly the Apollo Biet moped were produced as much as 42 units only, and is powered by the John Benson (JB) 2-stroke 128 cc engine.

Meanwhile another scooter or moped, namely the Svalan moped (which means Swallow) was also produced in 1954 by the Falun-based manufacturer named John Ericsson Maskinaktiebolag AB. in collaboration with the Apollo Biet moped maker.
1954 Apollo Biet scooter/moped has a trade mark of double headlights, but one should be yellow. (Picture from: Scuderiavespasvedese)
Therefore, it is not surprising that the Svalan moped also uses the same engine, namely the JB 2-stroke 128 cc engine which is capable of producing around 4.5 hp of power and is combined with a 2-speed manual transmission system. At that time it was reported that between 100 and 150 units of this Svalan moped were produced.

Since both of these Swedish scooters or mopeds use the same engine, so the problems that arise are the same. From the start, this JB-made engine was intended for an open motorcycle, not an enclosed scooter. So the engine cooling problem became a big crutial problem for the two Swedish mopeds. 
The round holes for ventilation on the 1954 Svalan scooter body are actually done at the factory for its extra engine cooling. (Picture from: Scuderiavespasvedese)
They tried to outsmart such problem by making the cooling holes onto the body, that's seem not perfectly working. As a result, the engine seized after run some kilometers due to overheat. This is further exacerbated by the dimensions of the fork tube for the rear wheels which are too small, so that road dirt easily enters the carburetor along with the rotation of the rear wheels.
So it's only natural, if these scooters/mopeds were not in demand at that time and could be said as the failed products. But now, these scooters/mopeds are scarce, and it's known that the number of survivors of the Apollo Biet was only 6-8 units while the Svalan mopeds maybe 20-25 units.
 
And if the article above is still considered inadequate or inaccurate, or if you have additional information related to this marque, please don't hesitate to let us know via the comments column below this article.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | VESPAWORLDS | SCUDERIAVESPAVEDESE | CLASSICMOTOR.SE | HISTORIEN OM APOLLO ]
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Monday, January 31, 2022

Yamaha officially launches an aggressive-faced futuristic electric scooter

~Exciting,Radical&Superior~ Glad to be able to share an article about scooters again. This time what we would be discussed is an electric-powered scooter made by the well-known Japanese manufacturer Yamaha which was recently released in Taiwan. It seems that the beginning of 2022 is the right moment for the Japanese manufacturer with the tuning fork logo in collaboration with Gogoro, a Taiwanese electric motorcycle maker to present its coolest products to the world.
Recently Yamaha Motor in collaboration with a Taiwanese electric motorcycle maker Gogoro had launched an agresive look electric scooter named Yamaha EMF. (Picture from: 24htech.asia)
And recently, they had launched a unique futuristic-themed small motorcycle or scooter called Yamaha EMF. In appearence, this Yamaha unique two-wheeled vehicle has tends to be slighty boxy-shape design, but eye-catching. How could be? After we look further, it turns out that the unique scooter released in Taiwan is not an ordinary one.
Yamaha EMF has minimalist turn lights which is installed in a horizontal position and integrated with the body. (Picture from: Tmcblog)
As the name implies, EMF which means Electro Motive Fighter is the latest electric scooter made by Yamaha that carries an exciting, radical and superior concept. Exciting which means fun to ride on the streets, then Radical means daring to innovate and lastly Superior means above the average of other electric scooters.
Yamaha EMF has a unique headlights with a modern square-shaped casing and are equipped with 2 projector lamps stacked vertically. (Picture from: Tmcblog)
The design was proven to be extreme and bold. If you seen at first glance, its front section looks similar to the Yamaha Q-Bix. The difference is that the EMF has many indentations and pulls that give a fully sporty impression. Each the exterior part had a pile up layer impressions so that it gives a macho and futuristic shapes overall. Moreover, the turn lights are also minimalist which is installed in a horizontal position and integrated with the body.
Yamaha EMF also featured with a fully digital speedometer and NFC activation card. (Picture from: Tmcblog)
Not only that, the headlights also look unique with a modern square-shaped casing and are equipped with 2 projector lamps stacked vertically. In addition every line stroke of designs produces a fierce impression for the size of an electric-driven scooter. Furthermore, the Yamaha EMF has a quite light weight of only 95 kg and is powered by an electric motor capable of producing power up to 10.3 PS @ 3,000 rpm with a torque of about 26 Nm @ 2,500 rpm. As a result, Yamaha EMF is able to go from zero to 50 km per hour in just 3.5 seconds.
Yamaha EMF has large enough luggage and also could be carried two Gogoro swappable batteries. (Picture from: Tmcblog)
Interestingly, due to  the new Yamaha electric scooter used a Gogoro swappable battery, in addition to be able charge directly by connecting to a regular home power source, so it can also be done by swapping its empty batteries at the Gogoro's battery swapping facilities. Understandably, such facilities of Gogoro have been installed throughout of Taipei. So you don't have to worry about running out of battery power when riding with the Yamaha EMF around the city in Taiwan nor should be waiting in a long time only for charging the battery.
Similar to its front, the Yamaha EMF has a unique taillights with a modern square-shaped casing and are equipped with 2  lamps stacked vertically. (Picture from: Rushlane)
There's another good news, the Yamaha EMF can store two batteries, it's just the scooter weight increases if carries two batteries at once. From the previous one battery only 95 kg with the addition of one more battery then the weight becomes 114 kg (still fairly light). Uniquely, due to it has flexibility regarding battery storage capacity, there's additional benefit if you only carrying one battery, the empty battery slot can be converted into an extra luggage. It's unknown how much it could be loaded but it's okay if it's just for storing small goods.
Yamaha EMF relies on an electric motor that produces 7.6 kW and 26 Nm of torque. (Picture from: Rushlane)
Yamaha EMF is equipped with a pair of quite small tires with 10-inch rims which are then wrapped by fat tire profiles at the front 100/90 and rear 130/90. Another features embeds on this new Yamaha electric scooter is the use of aluminum swing arm coupled with four piston hydraulic disc brakes with a Combined Braking System (CBS) in front and rear, dual rear shocks, Y-connect, NFC activation card and a full digital speedometer.
Unfortunately for the size of an electric scooter, the Yamaha EMF includes has a quite high tag, in which Yamaha Motor Taiwan offers the scooter at NT$102,800 or equivalent to Rp. 53 million with 3 color choices, namely black, blue and army green.😎

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | YAMAHA MOTOR | ELECTREK.CO | RUSHLANE | 24HTECH.ASIA | GREATBIKER ]
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Friday, January 28, 2022

The world's rarest Indian Stylemaster scooter

~Indian Scoot~ Today we will return to discussing about the scooters. Well, the two-wheeled vehicle mode could be said the transitional vehicle product that usually had become one of the options for the automotive industry players in facing the world's economic downturn that occurred shortly after the 2nd World War ended.
1949 Indian Stylemaster posed along with another American-made scooter, 1948 Salsbury Model 85 in the museum. (Picture from: Motoredbikes)
Reportedly, the scooter was started from the unique formed two-wheeled vehicle vehicle named the Autoped firstly invented by Arthur Gibson in Long Island back in 1916, it later developed into a trend for decades all over the world following the success of two Italian manufacturers, Innocenti and Piaggio through their legendary scooter brands (Lambretta and Vespa). 

Meanwhile in America, which is the birthplace of scooters, many scooter manufacturers have also emerged at that time, including those whom are well-known and have long been known in the manufacture of ordinary motorcycles. It was recorded in history that famous American motorcycle manufacturers such as Harley-Davidson also had produced scooter in 1960 named Harley-Davidson Topper.
1949 Indian Stylemaster is powered by 6 horsepower Briggs and Stratton engine. (Picture from: Bonham)
But not many know that long before the Milwauke-based motorcycle maker produced a scooter, it turned out there's another American motorcycle manufacturer, Indian Motorcycle had ever produced scooter model named Indian Stylemaster back in 1949 (some said that's only reached up to prototype and never produced). Indeed, there is very little information related to scooters made by Indian Motorcycle in the past.

It began shortly after World War II ended, Indian Motorcycle was in deep trouble, their dealer network was deteriorated, their factory equipment was outdated, not to mention many other things continued to suck the life blood of a once prosperous company. Peak in 1949, they should killed their famous Indian Chief models and replaced it with a series of small vertical single cylinder and twin cylinder motorcycles.
1949 Lowther Lightnin known as one of the world's rarest two-wheeled vehicles and probably taken as the base of the Indian Stylemaster scooter made by Lowther Manufacturing Co. (Picture from: VespaForever)
And to solve these problems, the management of the company based in Spirit Lake, Iowa then contracted Lowther Manufacturing Co. of Joliet, Illinois to produce a series of small motor scooters. 

At that time the company was known to produce several types of small motorcycles or scooters, and the most famous ones was the Lowther Lightnin', possibility it was then used as the basis for a new scooter to fulfill its contract with Indian Motorcycle.
At the time the Indian Stylemaster scooter was selling poorly despite being advertised as 'America's Most Modern Motor Scooter'. (Picture from: Bike-Urious)
As quoted of Bonham, at that time around 24 scooter variants were offered but it's possible that only 3 models were successfully marketed, namely the Spartan, Vagabond, and the futuristic Stylemaster.

The Indian Stylemaster is powered by 6 horsepower Briggs and Stratton engine, at the time the scooter was selling poorly despite being advertised as 'America's Most Modern Motor Scooter,' and is hardly seen it again nowadays. The scooter has a fairly unique shape featuring front and rear fenders, magneto ignition, a jiffy stand, a locking key ignition, front and rear safety guards, 2-passenger seat, and engine air scoop and a sparkling chrome headlight. 

The Stylemaster production (as well as the partnership with Lowther) was discontinued after run only one year and today about 18 units of the Indian Stylemaster scooter had survived. And the scooter finished in black and brilliant red has been part of a private collection for 5 years, and also is claimed to be museum quality.
No idea if that means it’s only cosmetically perfect, or if it’s capable of running, as well. The seller claims that this is only one of two known Stylemasters in the United States, but we’re having trouble verifying that notion. Whether or not it’s 1 of 2, it’s still definitely a rare scooter and had been sold at Bonham's auction back in 2009 with the price of $10,530.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | INDIAN MOTORCYCLE | BIKE-URIOUS | BONHAM ]
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Tuesday, January 4, 2022

Here's the two-wheeled goldfish wearing BMW badge

~Rolling Goldfish~ The BMW C400X is a fat-styled scooter with a 350 cc engine that has a very modern and stylish design. Just like other scooters, the C400X is also interesting to be modified to make it look more attractive. Indeed, the BMW C 400 X was born with the aggressive look of an adventurous motorcycle.
The BMW C400X wore the body kit of NMoto Golden Age inspired by the 1936 Henderson-Courtney. (Picture from: GridOto)
Although the scooter genre, but the overall design follows his brother BMW GS-Series. But that doesn't make Alex Niznik of NMoto feel satisfied with the standard display which it thinks is less attractive and not unique as well. The modifications made by NMoto based on the design made by Tamás Jakus of Jakusa Design are quite unique, namely that makes its appearance change drastically to be attractive, funnier and old-school.
The BMW C400X 'Golden Age' looks so unique and full of old-school impressions. (Picture from: GridOto)
As quoted of Motoblog, the BMW C 400 X previously has bold look then drastically changed to a rounded one. This package is given the name of NMoto Golden Age which is reportedly inspired by the prototype of the Henderson pre-war motorcycle designed by Orley Ray Courtney of 1936. While the body is made of carbon fiber which in the process, NMoto collaborated with a Russian workshop called Zillers Garage.
Even though the design has changed completely, the NMoto crew still retains some of the modern features of the BMW C400X. (Picture from: GridOto)
These custom bodies consist of seven parts and have many rounded curves that are full of an old impression and a distinctive grille on the front that has been the hallmark of a BMW-made vehicle for a long time. Plus the installation of the headlights using a round model adds to the classic aura, with a small turn signal like a missile.
In addition, the housing for the turn signal lights and a new exhaust system which ends with a grill under the rear body is also made. (Picture from: GridOto)
For installation, it is necessary to make new front and rear subframes to support these large bodies. In addition, the housing for the turn signal lights and a new exhaust system which ends with a grill under the rear body is also made. Next, there are also old-style headlamps and front turn signal lights and a large windscreen.
The NMoto's Golden Age body kit is made only 100 units and available in two color options and four graphic schemes. (Picture from: GridOto)
Then the seat is also made new with a design that is so elegant because it is wrapped in brown leather. Turning to the side body, there is a white bulging body. The overall design does not have a sharp line pull like a scooter in general. Even the green and white color choices used are reminiscent of the past. Then at the stern made by balancing the front. The left and right side cover are made extra large, reminiscent of the goldfish.
The BMW C400X Golden Age's seat is also made new with a design that is so elegant because it is wrapped in brown leather. (Picture from: Kompas)
Even though the design has changed completely, the NMoto crew still retains some of the modern features of the BMW C400X. Like the ABS system, automatic stability control, 6.5-inch instrument panel to a large trunk under the seat. Nothing has changed in terms of drivetrain, the old-school-styled scooter is equipped with a 350cc engine capable of reaching a top speed of 130kph. As for the weight of about 193 kg.
The NMoto's body kit is made and sold only 100 units, which makes it quite limited. Regarding the price, this body kit sells for $12,490 or equivalent to Rp. 178 million and is available in two color options and four graphic schemes.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | NMOTO | JAKUSA DESIGN | MOTOBLOG ]
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Friday, December 31, 2021

A Taiwanese-made electric-powered scooter debuted in Milan

~Brutal Prototype~ Currently, there are many new automotive companies scattered in the world. So maybe you are one of those who have never known a Taiwanese motorcycle manufacturing company called Ovaobike.
The Ovaobike CT-X has an aggresive design and is debuted at the EICMA 2021 in Milan, Italy. (Picture from:  ThePackNews)
For your information, Ovaobike itself is a subsidiary company of the Ottobike Group. As the company was born in Taiwan, where in this country known has many reliable and renowned scooter manufacturers such as Kymco, Gogoro and many other.
The Ovaobike CT-X is equipped with millennial features such as LED lights and a color TFT screen instrument cluster and smart key. (Picture from:  ThePackNews)
Well, some time ago this Taiwanese company kicked off the global two-wheeled market by introducing a two-wheeled vehicle prototype named Ovaobike CT-X at the EICMA 2021 event in Milan, Italy.
The Ovaobike CT-X carries a 45 Ah / 3.2 kWh battery that produces power of 15 hp and in a fully charged, the scooter can go up to 115 km under an average speed of 50 kph.. (Picture from:  AutoFun)
When displayed at the exhibition, many parties were interested and called it as a modern scooter with a fierce and aggressive design. Interestingly, the Ovaobike CT-X 2022 is an electric-powered scooter that has an aggressive design and is equipped with millennial features such as LED lights and a color TFT screen instrument cluster and smart key.
The Ovaobike CT-X is equipped with millennial features such as LED lights and a color TFT screen instrument cluster and smart key. (Picture from:  IwanBanaran)
As quoted from the Greatbiker, the Ovaobike carries a 45 Ah / 3.2 kWh battery that produces 15 hp of power. In numbers, it is almost equivalent to the Yamaha Nmax 155 of 11.3 Kw or or 15.15 hp at 8,000 rpm.
The electric driven motor of the Ovaobike CT-X is  under the the swing arm, which is connected by a belt to the rear wheel. (Picture from:  AutoFun)
Then the process of charging the battery from an empty condition takes about 3.5 hours, and if the battery is fully charged this scooter can go up to 115 km under an average speed of 50 kph. While the top speed that can be achieved is up to 145 kph using turbo mode! If the sport mode can be 125 kph.
There is currently no official price released. It is suspected that the production version will officially launch in 2022. Besides that Ovaobike also has not published yet in which markets or countries will be addressed. So be patients.

Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | OVAOBIKE | GREATBIKER | THEPACKNEWS ]
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Thursday, December 30, 2021

The most exclusive scooter named the Vespa 946 Christian Dior

~Scooter Modiste~ In the spring of 2021, the legendary Italian scooter brand, Vespa and the Parisian couture house, Dior collaborated to present the most exclusive scooter, the Vespa 946 Christian Dior. This contemporary scooter creation was produced in limited quantities and officially sold in Dior boutiques around the world which is then also available as an option at Piaggio Group's Motoplex stores.
The legendary Italian scooter brand, Vespa and the Parisian couture house, Dior collaborated to present the most exclusive scooter named the Vespa 946 Christian Dior at the spring of 2021. (Picture from: Vespa)
As quoted from the Vespa official website, the collaboration of the two iconic brands makes the value of this vehicle fantastic. Both were founded in the same year, 1946, so the Italian scooter marque and the Parisian couture house are linked by an unwavering desire to inspire a new vision of the world. “The partnership between Vespa and Dior is a celebration of beauty,” said Michele Colaninno, Head of Product Strategy and Marketing for the Piaggio Group.
The Vespa 946 Christian Dior is completed with several riding accessories such as helmet, bags and luggage are decorated with the Dior Oblique iconic patterns. (Picture from: Vespa)
The collaboration between Dior and Vespa recreates the spirit of freedom, movement and expression that drives them. In addition, it also embodies adventure, style, dreams, and Dolce Vita. By those spirit, the Vespa 946 Christian Dior scooter seems more alive, the single-body architecture or monohull and the graphic lines are more refined. As we all know the contemporary version of the Vespa 946 was first presented at the EICMA 2012 in Milan and is devoted to aesthetic and technological perfection. The scooter is known for its elegant, sleek curves as well as its technological innovations.
The Vespa 946 Christian Dior appearance is even sweeter through the embedding of a luggage rack behind its saddle. (Picture from: DewiMagazine)
And the figure whose responsible to reinterprete the Christian Dior version is Maria Grazia Chiuri, Creative Director of the women's collection of the Parisian couture house. Vespa 946 Christian Dior is made in Italy, adhering to the exacting standards, commitment and precision of a couture atelier, available in limited quantities, which is only 946 units worldwide (currently in Indonesia has 3 units).
 
The body of the Vespa 946 Christian Dior scooter is made entirely of steel, which is then refined with aluminum parts including a mudguard and side covers put on an elegant creamy white color with special designed Christian Dior graphics and even the smallest details reflect a commitment to the excellence of virtuoso and savoir-fare art of detail shared by the two brands.
The Vespa 946 Christian Dior is is powered by a 3-Valve, single cylinder, four-stroke 150 cc engine with an electronic injection system. (Picture from: Kompas)
The Vespa 946 Christian Dior is powered by a 3-Valve, single cylinder, four-stroke 150 cc engine with an electronic injection system, so that fuel consumption is claimed to be the best in its class and reduced emissions as well. As for the legs, this exclusive scooter uses a pair of wheels with 12-inch aluminum alloy rims that can be easily removed and put back on.

While other driving features installed on the Vespa exclusive scooter figure start from the dual channel ABS braking system with dual 220 mm disc brakes, then there's also the ASR electronic traction control system. Not only that, the Vespa 946 Christian Dior is also equipped with a versatile LCD dashboard, LED headlights with a heat-dissipating system, beautifully rounded LED taillights and turn signals. The scooter features a lot of gold-tone satin parts, such as a rear luggage rack, circular under-seat aesthetic elements, bag hooks, aluminum mirror brackets, hand grip ends, profiles that run along the perimeter of the shield, "neck-tie" and edge decorations, as well as hub of aluminum alloy wheels.
The Vespa 946 Christian Dior features an overhanging typical saddle, which leaves the scooter rear exposed, while the saddle support embelished by the iconic Dior Oblique pattern. (Picture from: MotorPlus)
The Vespa 946 Christian Dior features an overhanging typical saddle, which leaves the scooter rear exposed, while the saddle support embelished by the iconic Dior Oblique pattern designed by Marc Bohan in 1967. On the other hand, the saddle area, hand grips, and covers as well are upholstered in hand-stitched dark-blue color of smooth calf leather. Furthermore the Vespa exclusive scooter appearance is even sweeter through the embedding of a luggage rack behind its saddle. In addition, several riding accessories such as helmet, bags and luggage that complement the presence of the Vespa 946 Christian Dior are also decorated with this Dior Oblique iconic patterns.
The Vespa 946 Christian Dior is completed with several riding accessories such as helmet, bags and luggage are decorated with the Dior Oblique iconic patterns. (Picture from: DewiMagazine)
Each highly prized Vespa 946 Christian Dior comes with the welcome kit consists a couple volums describing the origins of the partnership and the vehicle's features, a use and maintenance manual and a warranty booklet. Those kit is presented with a chrome-plated aluminum cover, something that has always been one of the hallmarks of the Vespa 946 and which will be included on it when the customer takes delivery of the scooter.

As quoted of Vespa Motorsport, in San Diego, California for the unit will be available on January 2022 has the price of $22,000 (approx Rp. 313 millions), while in Indonesia as qouted of Otomotif Tempo, it's priced of Rp. 950 million (on the road DKI Jakarta).
However, as quoted of Otomotif Bisnis recently, one of the Vespa 946 Christian Dior units belonging to Boston Motoshop has been sold at an auction at a fantastic price of around Rp. 1.35 billion complete with accessories. While I can only gawk at the many numbers that accompany the exorbitant price of the Vespa 946 Christian Dior.😮
 
Kept spur your adrenaline on the power of the two-wheeled monster and stay alive with true safety riding. May God will forgive Your sins and so does the cops...... *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | VESPA | DIOR | VESPA MOTORSPORT | VISORDOWN ]
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