Vespa is 70 years old this year. As timeless today as it was when it first graced Italy’s cobbled streets, the design classic has seen the ultimate revival.
With an annual zone 1 – 4 travel card now setting you back in excess of £1,860 and average daily commutes getting slower, you could be zipping through the streets ‘Roman Holiday’ style in just the click of a button as a unique collection of Vespas has been released on online auction platform Catawiki in celebration of the 70th anniversary. Ditch the train and tube and channel your inner Gregory Peck / Audrey Hepburn and invest in one of Vespas all-time classics at a fraction of the price of an annual season ticket.
There’s never been a better time to invest in a new ride. And why not celebrate cutting-edge design and commuting convenience while you’re at it? Catawiki – which helps people find extraordinary objects – is this week making available some of the most unique and stunningly beautiful Vespas that every man (and woman) should be zipping around town on.
The Vespa themed auction is live now, ending on Monday 23rd May 2016 with Vespas starting at around £500. Find yours here.
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Originally founded as a community for collectors by René Schoenmakers (CEO) and Marco Jansen (CTO) in 2008, Catawiki has since become the number one website for buying and selling extraordinary items.
Since 2011, Catawiki has been hosting weekly auctions, now in over 80 different categories, including classic cars, art, jewellery, books, and watches.
Our auctions are curated by specialist auctioneers, guaranteeing varied and high quality listings. Catawiki's own payment system provides buyers and sellers with a simple and secure method of transaction.