|The sun, an umbrella and a Vespa, you don't need more.|
Well, what can I say. This was the first time I gave up taking pictures of all the Vespas at a fair. In Sweden that's actually possible. At Imola, no.
Okay, I didn't see a 98, an Utilitaria or a GS "cavi esterni" (VS1). They were home by the collectors.
It would have been fun to see an Allstate from USA also.
Otherwise their were Vespas from 1949 to present.
I'm basically a 50's and 60's man, but the 80's are creeping up on me. The overpimped PX's with Yankee-seats white plastic trim is, well, digestable.
Yeah, I also missed seeing any Longhi sidecars.
And if I have made any mistakes, please rectify in a comment or so.
|This would be a "Roman Vacanzes".|
|This one too, but this one should be left alone.|
|Here is a faro basso, VM1 or VM2.|
|Cosa, they get more beautiful by each year passing by...|
|A JPS smallframe should be at Imola!|
|I'm only guessing: VNB4 with original sidecar, custom paint.|
|Some PK, I like the white accessories.|
|Widebody with a hideous flyscreen.|
|This sad lot waited for their new masters...|
|A 1951-1952 "Roman Holiday" with two sparewheels.|
|A mixed lot, even a Lambretta and some engines.|
|Some small frames and to the far right a "Struzzo", VL1-VL3.|
|GS 160, first series.|
|French Acma, about 1955-1956.|