Roberto Ferri The fact that the construction born of necessity called Vespa, which was only...Continue reading
The fact that the construction born of necessity called Vespa, which was only intended as a cheap everyday vehicle, would achieve cult status one day, Enrico Piaggio certainly did not have in mind when he launched the mother of all scooters with the Vespa 98 in 1946. But the worldwide triumph of the economical and easily drivable two-wheeler was unstoppable from then on and continues to this day. In this unique illustrated book, Roberto Ferri presents all Vespa model series from 1946 until today in artistic and loving photo portraits, making the book an absolute must read for every Vespa fan.
256 pages, 240 x 305 mm
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