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That the construction born of necessity called Vespa, which was only intended as a cheap everyday vehicle, would achieve cult status one day,
Enrico Piaggo certainly did not have in mind when he brought the mother of all scooters on the market with the Vespa 98 in 1946. But the worldwide triumph of the economical and easily drivable two-wheeler was unstoppable from then on. A popularity that continues to this day. Günther Uhlig tells the story of the Vespa in pictures from its beginnings until today. As one of the best connoisseurs of the subject he knows a lot about the triumphal procession of the scooter from Italy to report.
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Klasse Buch, mit schönen Fotos.
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