1960 VESPA ACMA 400 Series 28070 Same owner... - Lot 17 - Osenat

Lot 17
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3000 - 4000 EUR
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Result : 7 200EUR
1960 VESPA ACMA 400 Series 28070 Same owner... - Lot 17 - Osenat
1960 VESPA ACMA 400 Series 28070 Same owner for 34 years French registration 3 000 / 4 000€ The Vespa 400 is a small urban vehicle developed by Piaggio, the manufacturer of the famous Vespa models of the 1950s. Launched in 1957, the Vespa 400 is the ideal city car: small footprint, small, economical engine, without sacrificing driving pleasure. The engine is a 2-stroke twin-cylinder that enables the vehicle to reach a top speed of 80 km/h. French manufacturer ACMA will also produce the Vespa 400 at its French plant. The 3-volume architecture ensures good balance, and the presence of a soft top lets you enjoy the great outdoors while reducing the claustrophobic feeling inherent in the narrowness of the living space. This small ACMA Vespa 400 convertible, although partially dismantled, provides a sound basis for work after body restoration. *This lot is sold by designation and will not be exhibited at the show*. All vehicles in the Rollet collection have been out of service for at least 5 years, and will need to be serviced and inspected. All the vehicles in the Rollet collection have been out of service for at least 5 years, and will need to be recommissioned and undergo a technical inspection. 1960 VESPA ACMA 400 Series 28070 Same owner for 34 years French registration The Vespa 400 is a small urban vehicle developed by Piaggio, manufacturer of the famous Vespa models of the 1950s. Launched in 1957, the Vespa 400 is the ideal city car: small footprint, small, economical engine, without sacrificing driving pleasure. The engine is a 2-stroke twin-cylinder that enables the vehicle to reach a top speed of 80 km/h. French manufacturer ACMA will also produce the Vespa 400 at its French plant. The 3-volume architecture ensures good balance, and the presence of a soft top lets you enjoy the great outdoors while reducing the claustrophobic feeling inherent in the narrowness of the living space. This small ACMA Vespa 400 convertible, although partially disassembled, provides a sound basis for work after body restoration.
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