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  • An orange Vespa scooter

    Posted by Chicago Boyz Archive on October 10th, 2014 (All posts by )

    Just because.

    From the awesome Urban Mod Girl.


    8 Responses to “An orange Vespa scooter”

    1. Jonathan Says:

      That is a beauty. The stylish scooter girl needs only a pink fluffy fish pen to complete the look.

      P.S. GoPro mount on the front?

    2. David Says:

      What is a “fish pen”.

    3. Michael Hiteshew Says:

      Like a scene from a lost Bond film:

      I’m proud to say I remember an awful lot of the things on that website, including turquoise kitchen appliances, of which we were proud owners. Also interesting are the radical style changes between the early and late 60’s. I actually prefer the early sixties, although there was definitely something to be said for minidresses and go-go boots. I also remember how radically pop music changed between just 1965 and 1968.

      I also can’t think of the 60’s without thinking of this woman – [suspicious URL deleted by admin, July 2018] – boy did I have a crush on her.

    4. veryretired Says:

      Was it painted by the guy who did those other paintings with the bright colors? Needs a woman in a flowing orange dress—

    5. Jonathan Says:

      The pink fish pen is the latest must-have accessory.

    6. Will Says:

      Orange Vespa’s are for girls and the skinny jean/beard set. Those who wish to retain their dignity know that orange comes in only two flavors, KTM and Laverda.

    7. Bill Brandt Says:

      I saw a black Ducati yesterday – thought they only came in red.

      Maybe an orange Duc?

    8. Michael Hiteshew Says:

      Was it painted by the guy who did those other paintings with the bright colors?

      Do you mean Peter Max?