Scooter Survivor! 1959 Vespa 150

Looking very vintage – though it’s missing Kate Hepburn – is this 1959 Vespa 150 here on craigslist. With an asking price of $8500 and located in dry Los Gatos, California, this scooter comes with abundant documentation from new,… more»

Restore or Window Art? 1966 Piaggio APE

As World War II was ending, Piaggio began building scooters in Italy. They extended the product line in 1948 with the APE (pronounced ah-pay), which was a small utility vehicle that used a Vespa front end and engine. This… more»

Barn Scooter: 1955 Vespa 150

Place your hand into the Mouth of Truth and answer this: have you ever thought about how much fun it might be to own a vintage Italian scooter? If you’ve still got you fingers, get ready to click on… more»

Light Utility Vehicle: 1983 Piaggio Ape P501

Piaggio’s Ape (pronounced Ah-Peh; Italian for Bee) is a 3-wheeled, light commercial pickup that went into production in 1948. It was conceived to help with the rebuilding of Italy that took place after WWII. It has been in continuous… more»

Barn Find Scooter: 1974 Vespa 150 Super

There aren’t many Italian vehicles that a person can buy for a thousand bucks, give or take. This 1974 Vespa 150 Super is one of them. It can be found here on eBay in Quincy, California with a current… more»

French Italian Microcar: 1959 Vespa 400

Sometimes, even rough and tough car guys and gals need a hug and this 1959 Vespa 400 has its arms, I mean doors, open waiting for you. This cute little French microcar can be found here on eBay in… more»

French Flames: 1961 Vespa 400

The Vespa motor scooter is an icon of cheap, stylish, Italian motoring. The Vespa 400 minicar, alas, wasn’t destined to become quite so iconic—and it’s not even Italian! Built instead in France by a partner of the Piaggio firm… more»

Iconic Italian Two Wheeler: 1957 Vendo Vespa

Some finds here at Barn Finds are bigger than others, and this small but fun Vespa is unrestored, and fairly solid. Classic two wheel finds of all sizes and shape have become popular, and classic Vespas are definitely cool…. more»

A Friendly Face: 1960 VESPA 400

This Vespa not only comes with a smiley face, it sticks it’s tongue out when necessary. Vespa is Italian but this little car is actually French, developed by Piaggio, the parent company, and built in France. It has several… more»

Small Package: Pair Of 1957 Vespas 400s

Weighting in at 794 lbs, when complete, the Vespa 400 was powered by a two-stroke 400 cc engine. It is reported that 12K ’57 units were produced and a total of 28K Vespa 400s in the 4 year run. This… more»

Vespas! One’s Just Not Enough

As readers of Barn Finds many of you know and understand that one may not be enough. Peter Maas has turned his passion into a business as seen on YouTube. Today we are sharing three examples of the 1964 Allstate… more»

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