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for Vespa 125 GT/Sprint/Super
-> 1967 /150 VBA/VBB/GL/GS
VS5/Sprint/Super ->1967 /160
ligth blue, aluminium, fixation: adhesive,
Emblems, badges and logos are the icing on the cake for every scooter. They round off the appearance of not only classical, but can also show to others which model you have. If your lettering faded out over the years and became brittle, than it is time for a new badge on your scooter!
Anyone whose importance for the original appearance must be very careful in the selection, partly because the logos have changed even within the individual model series. So that you can be sure to find the inscription that was originally fitted on your scooter, we take this procedure very carefully and arrange all the badges and emblems to their given chassis numbers.
Emblem horn cover: Whilst you can choose the lettering for the horn cover between attractive champagne, chrome or alloy look (each on a black background), is with the emblem (also on the horn cover) in need of caution. Until around `67 they were rectangular with the old PIAGGIO / PIAGGIO GENOVA 'shield' emblem logo, all later models has the typical Piaggio Hexagon. While the emblem with a mounting bracket fits only to the models it was originally made for (deepening). The sticker version and the plug on version that fits on the large frame is great universal sticker and therefore an optimal after market equipment.
Conclusion: Whether as a finishing touch for the restoration job or just as an eye catcher for your tuning scooter. Badges are an absolute must have!
SIP-TIP: Generally speaking: Thumbs up for the sticker version, with this sticker you can play around and see how would it look the best on your scooter, and you do not even have to drill holes in your frame for a badge.
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