Vespa 400 Micro Car

TO: Our Transport in Italia Just room enough for a great deli-packed picnic basic. Vespa 400 Micro Car, by ACMA for Piaggio

1957 Vespa 400 car. Maintenance/restoration of old/vintage vehicles: the material for new cogs/casters/gears/pads could be cast polyamide which I (Cast polyamide) can produce. My contact: tatjana.alic@windowslive.com

1956 Vespa Better known for its scooters, Italian company Vespa built this eco car in France to avoid upsetting the mighty Fiat.

Vespa 400 fabricado por ACMA (Ateliers de construction de motocycles et d’automobiles), Francia. 1957-1961 según diseño de Piaggio. Se comercializaron 2 versiones: "Lusso" y "Turismo"

So You Thought Vespa Only Made Scooters

Vespa 400 fabricado por ACMA (Ateliers de construction de motocycles et d’automobiles), Francia. 1957-1961 según diseño de Piaggio. Se comercializaron 2 versiones: "Lusso" y "Turismo"

1960vespa400 it may be the only auto auction in the world where you can cross shop competing Amphicars and BMW Isettas. If those seem too big and safe, there's always the Vespa 400, the Italian scooter builder's attempt at four-wheeled transportation using a 392-cc engine. It's also a convertible, because when your top speed is 55 mph, you need a way to signal people you can't go any faster.

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The Vespa 400... I am desperately in love with this car. <3

The Vespa 400 The Vespa 400 was a rear-engined micro car, produced by ACMA in Fourchambault, France, from 1957 to 1961 to the designs of the Italian Piaggio company. Two different versions were sold,.

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La Vespa 400 della Piaggio: “starlette” a quattro ruote

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1960 Vespa 400 Convertible or not i want this even though or looks like a one seeter i could were there faces driving this to collage

adorable!

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Vespa 400, 1957-1961

vespa 400 microcar: this mini embodies 'la dolce vita.' off to the italian riviera.

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