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That one is is pretty spectacular.

What was it? It looks like it could be a GS 160 mk 2 frame?

Or just completely assembled from pieces of metal.

It has a round tail, the plate-type horncast, and looks like the brackets for the glove box. And the 10" spare wheel under the cowl.

Or maybe it was a VBB, and the whole rear was modified?

And has a PX fork, a 1950s replica handlebar, probably an LML engine.

It's amazing how the paint on those degrades. It rusts and peels from the inside. That looks about circa 2007-2010, maybe.
I don't think it was originally THAT FRAME, I'm guessing closer to some written-off car bonnet originally
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I guess that nice hole above the swing arm bolt holt was filled with bondo, right?
That's a second hole in case you want to lower it.
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Been seeing too many listings to mention, but here's a particularly egregious listing:

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/660627682509537/?ref=search&referral_code=null&referral_story_type=post&tracking=browse_serp%3A6e46d1a8-518e-4c79-a98c-ff61313cfa82

Certified Piaggio shop
Odometer blurred out.
Odometer blurred out.
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Revolution Moto seems like a legit shop. I have seen some nice bikes they had for sale.

They probably are Piaggio certified.

That's a strange one. They identify what it is, but the price is high, and they definitely know all the potential issues there, but don't mention any buyer beware in the listing.

They also have this p200, which seems expensive, too.

Pretty rough looking. Someone painted it without removing the trim, hardware, etc. But has some performance engine mods.

https://www.revolutionmoto.com/pre-owned/1979-deep-purple-vespa-p200
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I seem to recall seeing that purple bike up for sale private party not too long ago. it certainly wasn't 4K and I'm not trying to get down on somebody looking to make a buck but that's a little rich.

add that in with the bodge bike and everything becomes a little suspect.
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and everything becomes a little suspect.
They blurred out the odometer #'s
You guys know why.

Suspect. Irresponsible. Bullshit.
List it as a retail store/cafe decoration and keep the "rebuilt engine."

(this is not a rant -- just an observation)
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Bodges Monroe GA only $2800 each. Cracking bondo. So much wrong.
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Bodges Monroe GA[img][/img] only $2800 each.
Seems like a pretty good price to own Barbie's DreamVespa, if you ask me! Razz emoticon
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Looking at that pink monstrosity reminded me of Pepto Bismol and I started to get a queasy feeling in my gut. PU. Bleh emoticon
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American Pickers - Everything original - paint and motor. 300 miles... Facepalm emoticon Facepalm emoticon

The sad thing is someone is gonna believe them
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Just another dreamer....or maybe schemer. Caveat Emptor.
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American Pickers - Everything original - paint and motor. 300 miles... Facepalm emoticon Facepalm emoticon
Seems like a decent price, considering it has the super-rare, original legshield badge pop rivets, the super-rare factory speedo correction marks, and the original Asia-spec license plate frame. I mean, sure it's missing the PX-style rear brake pedal and the increasingly unobtanium yellow boots, but you can't expect to get everything, even on a rare bike such as that one. Razz emoticon
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Poor, unsuspecting victims… Facepalm emoticon Facepalm emoticon Facepalm emoticon
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If someone really paid $4,200 for that, it's a clear sign that good original bikes are becoming harder and harder to find, or there are still suckers born everyday.
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Poor, unsuspecting victims… Facepalm emoticon Facepalm emoticon Facepalm emoticon
Do the new owners know about this thread? Razz emoticon
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If someone really paid $4,200 for that, it's a clear sign that good original bikes are becoming harder and harder to find, or there are still suckers born everyday.
Naive?
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Naive?
Isn't that an adjective that describes a sucker? A sucker isn't necessarily stupid; they're just ignorant of the situation.
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Isn't that an adjective that describes a sucker? A sucker isn't necessarily stupid; they're just ignorant of the situation.
Yes, but there's a difference in connotation. Someone who is naive simply doesn't know what they don't know. It is a position of vulnerability. A "sucker" is someone who thinks they are knowledgeable, and thus (deliberately) expose themselves to exploitation.

Part of the psychology of con artistry is to identify someone who is naive, then give them enough knowledge to think they understand what they're doing, thus converting them into a sucker--a willing accomplice to their own victimization.

For example, it's the difference between convincing the victim to hand over their cash because they're going to double it overnight on a "sure thing" bet versus hitting the victim over the head and just taking it.
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Yes, I agree. Kind of like cleptocurrency magic.

Anyway, it's a beautiful pink bike that I'm sure they are sure to enjoy for years to come. So, who are we to judge?
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Kind of like cleptocurrency magic.
Ooh...Kleptocurrency...perfect description!
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And I bet it had less than 300 miles! Facepalm emoticon
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And years from now it will still have less than 300 miles
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And years from now it will still have less than 300 miles
Years from now it will be a super rare E-Powered Vespa! ROFL emoticon ROFL emoticon

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hjo wrote:
Revolution Moto seems like a legit shop. I have seen some nice bikes they had for sale.

They probably are Piaggio certified.

That's a strange one. They identify what it is, but the price is high, and they definitely know all the potential issues there, but don't mention any buyer beware in the listing.

They also have this p200, which seems expensive, too.

Pretty rough looking. Someone painted it without removing the trim, hardware, etc. But has some performance engine mods.

https://www.revolutionmoto.com/pre-owned/1979-deep-purple-vespa-p200
I inquired about this one despite the price. They sent a video, and it was really quite nice sounding; cold started on first kick.

Main issue here was that the upgrades and paint were just done by a guy in his garage, so not sure how well they'll hold up. Close-up photos of paint were very orange-peely.
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hjo wrote:
Revolution Moto seems like a legit shop. I have seen some nice bikes they had for sale.

They probably are Piaggio certified.

That's a strange one. They identify what it is, but the price is high, and they definitely know all the potential issues there, but don't mention any buyer beware in the listing.

They also have this p200, which seems expensive, too.

Pretty rough looking. Someone painted it without removing the trim, hardware, etc. But has some performance engine mods.

https://www.revolutionmoto.com/pre-owned/1979-deep-purple-vespa-p200
Hey! thats my bike! ha ha Im honored to be on bodge spotting. Its not a bodge and I agree its high priced but I only want 3250 (its in consignment). Its a solid bike with solid parts. It was painted before i got it, was china blue....sigh
If it doesn't sell this weekend I am taking it back, so It will be back on here Facepalm emoticon
topic link 79 p200 strange clicking on-roll
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I inquired about this one despite the price. They sent a video, and it was really quite nice sounding; cold started on first kick.

Main issue here was that the upgrades and paint were just done by a guy in his garage, so not sure how well they'll hold up. Close-up photos of paint were very orange-peely.
Hey there I am that guy in his garage Razz emoticon the paint is actually quite nice, 2 part, done by a pro shop by the PO, thats why I opted not to strip it. Hold tight and if it doesn't sell this friday (guy scheduled) I am going to take it off consignment and drop the price. See the thread here 79 p200 strange clicking on-roll
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Wow, there are many purple Vespa out there than I thought.
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Nothing says bodge like 2 tone paint, which is unfortunate because I like 2 tone. Might fool a few more people with solid or original colors. 2 tone seems to be a dog whistle for people unfamiliar to Vespas.
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Nothing says bodge like 2 tone paint, which is unfortunate because I like 2 tone. Might fool a few more people with solid or original colors. 2 tone seems to be a dog whistle for people unfamiliar to Vespas.
Duel glovebox models
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There's a red one, too! https://classicvespaamerica.com/catalog

I googled the phone number and it comes up at: 52 Crooked Street, Schenectady, NY 12302-9526. I shit you not.
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Website is pretty stingy with the details of the "restorations" and prices. Lack of transparency is always a great sign.
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not sure what I am supposed to be doing at this table....
You're supposed to be thankful it's not out in the world pretending to be a 100% AUTHENTIC ALL-ORIGINAL RESTORATION NO EXPENSE SPARED YOUR UNIQUE CHANCE TO OWN A CLASSIC PIECE OF ITALIAN HISTORY!!!!!!!!
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jeebus. how much must that thing weigh?

I secretly have a wanton desire for a volcano headset Bajaj... but not like this.

anyway, the design of that table appears to make it lack any kind of functionality.
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You're supposed to be thankful it's not out in the world pretending to be a 100% AUTHENTIC ALL-ORIGINAL RESTORATION NO EXPENSE SPARED YOUR UNIQUE CHANCE TO OWN A CLASSIC PIECE OF ITALIAN HISTORY!!!!!!!!
Did someone say classic piece of Italian history?

https://capecod.craigslist.org/mcy/d/ballston-spa-1966-vespa/7625810687.html

https://boston.craigslist.org/sob/mcy/d/canton-1968-vespa-rally-200/7626248143.html

https://newyork.craigslist.org/brx/mcy/d/bronx-1967-vespa-sprint-150/7625060685.html
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sprint and super are hot garbage.

that rally might be a gem if it's what it really is what it says it is.

script badge rally are few and far between. I know very little about chrome tat and towel holders, but some of that might be real deal and worth $$

the ad copy make my eyeballs roll back in my skull
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But think of all the carrying capacity that Sprint+Sidecar has. Not one, but TWO gloveboxes, in addition to the sidecar, which has a handy signaling light for passing aircraft, based on the angle at which it's pointed skyward.

Plus the coveted PX Floormat, which never wears out like the OG rubber did.
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