2007 Other Makes Vespa Lxv150 on 2040-motos
Vespa Vespa LXV150 description
For sale is the locally infamous Whoa Nelly Vespa.
This everyday road sprinter has a modified 150 CC engine that replaced the original engine and has been modified to 205cc specifications (estimated).
Likewise, to handle that modification, a Scorpion exhaust system was also added. This tuned exhaust with let people know to get the hell out of the way.
For extra badassness this sprint master is equipped with a saddle seat for the new sheriff in town to ride with pride on.
She scoots like a gale force but comes with a chromed out luggage rack for Sunday-go-to-picnic events too.
Yes it is a 2007 and yes, the odometer says 7000 miles, but the engine and exhaust upgrades were added just 300 miles ago.
The Nelly has battle some small battle scars and scratches typical of a 8+ year carriage that's done a fair amount of zombie slaying, but is in otherwise excellent physical and mechanical condition.
Being sold locally in Denver Colorado. Shipping assistance is available but is otherwise being sold as-is/where-is.
Be the undisputed alpha in your scooter posse and ride like a boss! Perfect for the student or graduate, or anyone that wants to let the town know what's up.
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