Films: One Vespa Leads to Another

One Vespa Leads to Another

November 21, 2014
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michael
michael

I love the vespa, it’s such a perfect bike event though it handles bad. Anyway, the guy had a vw karmann ghia on the driveway, am I the only one who noticed it? It would be nice to see a video of that car one day. Keep up the good work!

Jason Dubreuil
Jason Dubreuil

I have a love hate relationship with these videos. I love every one of them because their done so well. But I hate when a new one comes out because it’s side-tracks me and diverts my attention from my current vehicle projects. The want is strong for Vespa Project.

CJ David
CJ David

Awesome video.

I once followed a guy on a Vespa while behind the wheel of my e28 535is on the Tail of the Dragon. Even with my modified BMW, I was genuinely impressed with the speeds the guy on the Vespa was able to carry through some of those turns.

Len Smith
Len Smith

Great video, you really feel like you are there.

Jim Valcarcel
Jim Valcarcel

Brilliant video this week! No matter if the video is about a Ferrari 250 GTO or a Vespa it is all about the love of the machine. How it works. How it looks. The way is sounds. On these videos you can almost smell the oil and gasoline at well
as hear it. This Vespa is simple and yet so beautiful. Loved every second of this weeks video. But is that anything new?
Every week is wonderful here.

Andy Gondorf
Andy Gondorf

Great video, thanks for that. I love how Petrolicious videos are so wonderfully different to most car enthusiast videos on the ‘net.
It reminds me why I keep my (admittedly pretty rusty and beaten up) PX200 even though it isn’t really needed, but is a complete blast to ride.

Is a frequently self-opinioned commentor missing from here??? Could this be a vehicle that TJ Martin hasn’t actually owned/borrowed/guessed about?;)

Brompty
Brompty

Wonderrful video as usual. It is nice to see a european angle too. The workshop is incredible, and just seems to endless. I was interested in what looked like a homemade, wooden scooter lift. Can anyone explain how that works?

ralfvonraab
ralfvonraab

paul: keep that beauty…. the 7k will not make you any richer.

JB21
JB21

Another wonderful wonderful video. Thank you so much for doing this, it really makes my week, every week!

Kuroneko
Kuroneko

Glorious stuff! There’s nothing quite like a scooter down some quiet country lanes, a redhead tucking her legs around you from the back seat, and a picnique in the boot…

GR
GR

Love how they hoist down the scooter from the second floor

Josh Withers
Josh Withers

Once again, Very Well Done Petrolicious crew!!! I gave my Vespa to my brother to make room for a 1966 BMW and I’ve been missing it ever since. This video made it worse. I might have to find another one (and some room to store it).

Paul Kavanagh
Paul Kavanagh

Only 3 days ago I decided to list my beloved Vespa G160 on Ebay, I even made a video about the bike (although not nearly in the same camp as Petrolicious). Is this a sign? Have I made a huge mistake?!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/191422193004?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

-Kav

Stephan P
Stephan P

Very nice. A combination of motoring and garage video. I love that work shop.

Dan Sciannameo
Dan Sciannameo

I have four scooters and four motorcycles. Scooter folks collect even more. One definitely leads to more.

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Christopher Gay
Christopher Gay

I’ve only reached the 1:50 marker in this little video, and I just had to stop it to say, “What a beautiful shop!”

I hope that one day I can get all my old junk, tools, and hardware sorted out to find this kind of tranquil environment to work in.

Very nice. Now I’m going to go finish watching your story unfold.

Thanks for sharing.