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Aprilia : Scarabeo 2001 Aprilia Scarabeo 150 Italian Scooter on 2040-motos

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Ardmore, Oklahoma

Ardmore, OK

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2001 Aprilia Scarabeo 150cc scooter. It only has 3500 mison it and runs like a top. 65 mis per gallon and will cruise at 70 mph !Large 16in wheels make the ride super comfortable, yet still quite nimble.150cc Rotax engine is bullet proof, these guys are famous for their aircraftengines. This particular 'Beo' is set up with the factory tallwind screenand hand guards which allows for several more months of riding. Youwill NOT find another set up like this, in fact, the Beos in general are seldomon the market as the owners never seem to tire of them. I am only selling as mysons are wanting to go on road trips on 'big bikes', so need to sell to buy alarger motorcycle. If you are unfamiliarwith these quality Italian scooters, you know they are the ultimate urbanerrand machine. If parking at your downtown job is tight.. you need a scooter.Aprilia is also the mother company to another well known brand. . . Vespa. Very new tires frontand back, new front brake pads (rear are fine) and new battery. 1 small stainon seat, that is hardly noticeable and few small scratches from kids bicyclesin the garage. Beo has been garage kept its entire life. 2 sets of keys andowners manual included. Clear, normal Oklahoma title.

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