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1960 Vespa 400 (ohne Limit / without reserve)


At the Paris Motor Show in 1957 Piaggio presented the Vespa 400, a tiny convertible saloon destined to rival BMW‘s Isetta, the Goggomobil and the Cinquecento. Gianni Agnelli was said to be everything but amused, since he didn‘t want any home-made rival to the Fiat 500. The Vespa 400 was eventually built in France at A.C.M.A., the Piaggio licensee, but only some 30,000 examples. Three of those participated in the 1959 Rallye Monte Carlo and finished with an average speed of 65 km/h. The same year the Vespa 400 was updated, which didn‘t help much in sales and so production ceased in 1961.

This Vespa 400 was first registered in France on February 25, 1960. Already in 1962 a policeman in the village of Saint-Girons in the south of France bought it and kept it almost 30 years until 1990. Some ten years ago the Vespa 400 came to Upper Austria and was registered there from 2007 to 2009. Since then it has moved to Vienna, where it has enriched the Vespa collection. After ten years on display it will need a little love and care to bring it back on the road, but what matters most is that the climate in the south of France has spared the body its typical fate. It is more than solid and after all that is what it‘s all about!

Chassis: 27226, Österreichische Einzelgenehmigung & französische carte gris (Austrian papers & French carte gris)

24.05.2019 - 15:00

Dosažená cena: **
EUR 12.075,-
Odhadní cena:
EUR 7.000,- do EUR 10.000,-

1960 Vespa 400 (ohne Limit / without reserve)


At the Paris Motor Show in 1957 Piaggio presented the Vespa 400, a tiny convertible saloon destined to rival BMW‘s Isetta, the Goggomobil and the Cinquecento. Gianni Agnelli was said to be everything but amused, since he didn‘t want any home-made rival to the Fiat 500. The Vespa 400 was eventually built in France at A.C.M.A., the Piaggio licensee, but only some 30,000 examples. Three of those participated in the 1959 Rallye Monte Carlo and finished with an average speed of 65 km/h. The same year the Vespa 400 was updated, which didn‘t help much in sales and so production ceased in 1961.

This Vespa 400 was first registered in France on February 25, 1960. Already in 1962 a policeman in the village of Saint-Girons in the south of France bought it and kept it almost 30 years until 1990. Some ten years ago the Vespa 400 came to Upper Austria and was registered there from 2007 to 2009. Since then it has moved to Vienna, where it has enriched the Vespa collection. After ten years on display it will need a little love and care to bring it back on the road, but what matters most is that the climate in the south of France has spared the body its typical fate. It is more than solid and after all that is what it‘s all about!

Chassis: 27226, Österreichische Einzelgenehmigung & französische carte gris (Austrian papers & French carte gris)


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Aukce: Solo Vespa. Quasi.
Datum: 24.05.2019 - 15:00
Místo konání aukce: Vösendorf
Prohlídka: 22.05. - 24.05.2019


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