Vespa 125 modelle. Vespa models
During the 50's and 60's, Sears offered a full line of scooters in their catalogues and in their many stores.
One thing to also consider with the handlebar Allstates is that parts for these scooters, as with the handlebar Vespas are very difficult to obtain.
market "Mickey Mouse" tail light made by Siem.
Many motor parts are also quite hard to come by, and sadly the situation is only likely to get worse.
It was also available with automatic oil-petrol mixer and electric ignition.
Safety comes standard with a few traction-protection subsystems as part of the stock package, plus it features LED forward lighting to help you see and be seen.
- The line of scooters ranges from 50 cc to 300 cc, and from youthful exuberance to business-like dignity, all combining iconic designs with modern technology
- At least with those scooters you have the option of tuning the motor, or even replacing it with a later model's powerplant
- This type had significant advantages in terms of industrial production, and in 1958 was used on all models
- The saying went you could furnish a whole house, and even buy the house at Sears
- On the final models in 1966, the smallframe 125's were all white, and the 150 Sprints were all silver
- Vespa 50 Special as in 1969 successfully sold, the design is almost not changed but the technical component has undergone changes in the form of an electric starter and that was the most special feature of this model
- At that point, they had a somewhat larger rectangular unit