I would expect decent, air cooled, two stroke, manual geared Vespas, with provenance, to be of value to present and future enthusiasts. Some models will be considered more valuable than others, as is the case today. Whether a GTS or [modern] Primavera is seen in the same light remains to be seen. Bodges need not apply.
Whether a GTS or [modern] Primavera is seen in the same light remains to be seen. Bodges need not apply.
They will eventually. Almost all vehicles go through the cycle of being worth less and less over time. Then for a while nobody is buying them and they are practically given away. Then (typically) a new generation 'discovers' them and thinks they are cool, does them up and rides/drives them and suddenly the prices start to rise again. Look at the price of Minis now, even though the following for them has been pretty solid over the years.
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