The Vespa 125 "Bacchetta" was one of the first scooters produced by Piaggio and replaced the previous version equipped with a 98 cubic cm engine.
This low-light Vespa 125 "Bacchetta" left the Piaggio assembly line in Pontedera in 1948, a real rarity.
It has been totally professionally restored and is in perfect body and mechanical condition.
Registered for the first time in 1951 (when the law with the obligation to register for motorcycles with higher 50cc displacement was issued) it is certified by the Italian Motorcycling Federation at the National Historic Register at No. 81302 from 4 March 2008.
Registration ASI 62487 from 14-07-2008.
Historic-technical conformity certification # 81302 of 4 March 2008.