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Unique WW2 US Airborne Inspired Scooter LML Vespa with Trailer.

Sale price: £2,300.00 make an offer

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Date: 2018-12-05

Tim hudson (from Chelmsford Essex ) offered 1850 gbp

Date: 2019-08-30

Trev (from kent England) offered ?2200 gbp

Sale type: Fixed price listing

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Unique WW2 US Airborne Inspired Scooter LML Vespa with Trailer. for sale

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Unique WW2 US Airborne Inspired Scooter LML Vespa with Trailer.
This is unique one off build. inspired by the WW2 US Airborne scooter they used to drop out of the planes. Has been taken to a number of scooter and military events in scotland.  built for a photo PR exercise the scooter and trailer is now up for sale.
The scooter was originally a 2012 LML Vespa 200 4T. now registered as a 125cc. Its a 4speed 4stroke 125cc. manual gearbox.  Registered and mot'd until Fed 2017.  V5 present. The panel work has been removed. chassis adjusted and strengthened and power coated in nato green. The handlebars are unique and designed to be removed simply when dropping out of a plane ( not tried of course ! )It weighs virtually nothing so is goes like a rocket.
The trailer is brand new. power coated in matching Nato Green. modified to fit to the scooter. with a unique and removable ball joint link set up.
Has 5 wheels. which are all inter changeable even with the trailer. Graphics are vinyl and can be removed easily if required and/or painted by hand. A lot of hours and money has gone into this build certainly more that its being sold for. This is a stunning. a VERY eye catching setup and a blast to ride.  
Its a complete one off. you will not get another !

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