Awesome colors but 50's turquois will be perfect.
I haven't seen those candy coloured ones. the aqua is still a favourite, though.
We see lots of vespas in Bridlington here on the North Yorkshire Coast. There are lots of ralleys there and it is always fun to see them riding in their convoys! Ofcourse as bikers we give them respect but something goes back to the mods and rockers era! lol!Thanks so muchDeniseABC Team
Nice capture of the colours.
I have a friend who wants one too. I'd hold out for the aqua too. It makes a bold statement on the road.My word veri? vorns! How appropriate and fun.
We'll have to check in with Signor Vespa about the proper color choice... «Louis» thinks il Signor will vote for the aqua...
I think I'd go for red. If you're gonna go...ROG, ABC Wednesday team
There is one here in Santa Rosa on College Ave., no less. I never thought of taking a picture as you did. Very nice.
Love those old Vespa colors. LindaABC Wednesday Team
I dunno, Oakland, that candy-colored pink one has your name on it.
I had a red scooter (don't recall the brand) when I lived in San Francisco. It was the only way to travel. Got a parking space all the time! :-) Toot toot!
If I lived alone in the city, I would get one for sure! My step-daughter's boyfriend has one that he zips around on in San Francisco. Next time I visit, I'll have to ask him if I can ride it. Come to think of it, I'm not sure if you need a special license. Great colors in this shot!
I haven't yet squashed my desire for one of these machines. Excellent shot.
bonjour,De bien belles couleurs pour ces Vespa.
Candy colored Vespas make a Very Vonderful V post. :-D
Nice shot of iconic machines - but I'm a Lambretta fan!