Visit to Scooter Meccanica in Sydney
A good two years ago, we already published a story about Scooter Meccanica and its owner Sandy Symeonides. If you missed it, you can read it read it here. And it all read so promising and fascinating that SIP Scootershop CEO Ralf made a flying visit to Scooter Meccanica in Alexandria near Sydney, Australia. Naturally, he sent us lots of photos and a new video, which are linked below.
And Sandy has by no means been idle over the last 24 months, but has been busy working on new projects and continually adding to his collection, including a real Vespa SS90, Vespa SS180, Vespa GS160 MK2, which he has ridden all over Australia. There is also a Lambretta TV200 and a Lambretta Vega 75, and the very rare Vespa 400 with four wheels is finally ready to be marvelled at. In Sydney and the surrounding area, Scooter Meccanica is the first port of call for scooters of all kinds. Whether it's restorations, repairs or customising. Sandy has worked hard to achieve this status over the years and, as you can see from the layout of his shop, he puts a lot of love and passion into his job.
We wish Sandy all the best for his business and his hobbies.