- Desirable 150 GS version
- One of the best scooters of its time
- Excellent handling
- The King of Vespa
Before the arrival of the GS 150, Vespa scooters were mainly oriented towards purely utilitarian features. But then Vespa suddenly offered qualities that made riding that much more interesting. First called the VS-1, the Gran Sport evolved into the ultimate version of VS-5, the most powerful being produced from 1959 to 1962. With an engine developing 8bhp at 7500rpm, and with a four-speed box, the little wasp was getting on to nearly 100 km/h, while providing roadholding superior than most of its competitors and bettering most of the sister machines from the brand.
This example of a Vespa 150 GS is presented in a sympathetic condition. It was bought unregistered in 1980 from Daddario in Turin by a collector from Alessandria who then sold it to our enthusiast. Offering the performance of one of the best scooters of its day, and presented in grey with black upholstery, it will offer a chic and convenient way to travel, once it has its collectors' registration.