Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Vespa 150 GS - 1959

This was the last Vespa in the legendary GS series, first produced in 1955 with successive engine and styling improvements made to the VS versions and numbered 2 to 5. The VS5 front shield had a stainless steel rim and a die-cast handlebar that concealed the control cables, exactly as on the VS2. It had a characteristic fan-shaped speedometer and the rear lamp had a stop light, which had become compulsory, with chrome trim. The front mudguard crest also had a new design. There were significant improvements to the braking system and the engine in general – it had a new carburettor and cylinder head with a hike in horsepower to make running smoother and more flexible. This model was manufactured from 1959 to 1962.


Engine: single cylinder two stroke

Bore: 57 mm - Stroke: 57 mm - Displacement: 144.45 cc

Top speed: 93.81 km/h

Suspensions: coil springs and hydraulic shock absorbers

Brakes: drum.

Tyres: 3.50 x 10"

Source : http://www.museopiaggio.it/collezionevespa/collezione_Vespa_en.html


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