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1963 Vespa GS160
Year/Make/Model1963 Vespa GS160 
DescriptionThe Bike 1963 Vespa GS160 MK2 w/ P200E Engine / Malossi 210 Head / Bitubo Shocks / SIP Pipe One of the finest examples of a 1963 Vespa GS160 MK2 in the world! This bike combines the best body that Vespa ever made (GS160 MK2), along with the best engine (Vespa P200E) and has all the best performance enhancements such as a tuned exhaust, larger cylinder head, and better shocks... all with the best possible restoration/chroming/powder coating! This European bike was restored in San Francisco at Firstkick Scooters in 2001 and kept very carefully since. It has never been laid down! Restoration includes full chroming/powder coating of all parts... A new Vespa P200e engine with an SIP exhaust were added during restoration. A few years ago a Malossi 210 head was added, as well as Bitubo shocks. Electrical system is modern and it doesn't need a battery. You can easily cruise on the freeway, climb the tallest mountains, or be the leader at the rallies with this best in class GS! You will never find another GS160 MK2 like this. Condition I am the original owner of the bike who had it restored in 2001. It was with a friend for a few years who upgraded the engine with the Malossi kit and added Bitubo shocks, and then it returned to me. This bike is not a garage queen. Since its restoration it has been on rallies, ridden up mountains, on freeways, and around town. It has normal age for a very carefully kept bike that was used commensurate with its capabilities and has minor cosmetic wear and tear from being ridden. However it was never a daily rider... it is a weekend warrior. Some of the flaws include: paint chip on back of front wheel cover, hairline paint cracks on floorboard near where parts are bolted, slight aging of chrome, scuff on right cowl, headlight bulb needs changing, horn does not work (used to work), upper bulb on taillight needs replacement, Ramar carb intake filter needs replacement (just a grey foam cover), various tiny scuffs on surface of paint, handlebars are a bit out of alignment. I have taken photos of all of the issues I can find- see below for info about seeing more pics/vids. There is of course no rust or deterioration of any kind- just normal use for a well kept bike. The scooter club lettering on the front can be removed by warming it up with a hairdryer and then peeling it off- the paint won't be damaged. However despite these minor flaws, the bike still presents as a mint condition bike and superior to just about any bike you will find on the road. The pictures are very accurate and have been taken in various lighting. You will be the envy of any rally, heads will turn on any city street, and you will be able to tackle every paved road in the world. 
LocationLos Angeles, California 
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Date posted2019-07-09 01:44:50