Please give some advice...
I went to a shop in which they only sell Vespas, expecting to find some new vespas.
But... all they do is buy old vespas from the 60s and 70s, refurbish them and sell them. free netflix tech news android 9
They claim the motor is as good as new when they are finished. They put in 12v starters instead of the 6v and wax the whole chassis so it won't catch rust. You get the seat and the color that you want and they add a mechanics course on top of it.
I really like the feeling of driving such an oldtimer, it's much better than modern versions without gears imho.
But is it really worth 4.5k euros? They claim that an old vespa doesn't really loose value.
I'd like to hear your opinione please. Thanks!
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