Lynnb, this one is made on order, and cost depends on amount of work, state of vespa that has to be modified, colour, and many other factors.
So no, I will not satisfy your curiosity, but I know that present owner is willing to sell her if the offer is high enough.
You can contact me via my facebook page if you are interested
Seat is super confortable, but I am still not satisfied with look. It's not bad but still not perfect.
great work....may i know the paint code of the Grey one you had ??? as im restoring my 65 and would love that shade of grey on my ride please send at Khalidtahir17@yahoo.com if possible ....thanks in advance
My friend asked me to built one custom Vespa. In appereance, ofcourse, engine mods I leave to him. Base is Bajaj Super 150 which is pretty similar to Vespa Sprint, that I used for this photoshop mod. Here are few pictures how it should look like.
This picture is the one that made me join this forum. I am new here. Wow @ColdBeer this looks really good. Very impressive indeed. How can one contact you privately? Brilliant work indeed.
Front fender is a little too much on this first image, so I will try to build something like this:
And, so I did. Front mudguard now looks like this:
After a month or so, work continues ...
First i did right mudguard
then I did her tailpart:
After that i flattened that hump under the seat, so she isn't hunchback any more:
And finally I did left mudguard and put wheels on just to see how she looks on wheels:
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