vespamore photography (pronounced "vespa-mor-ay" combining the words vespa and amore, the Italian word for love, "vespalove" by definition)
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Bad Panda

Visited relatives in Harwich, Essex on the weekend and apart from swimming in the sea, bike rides, catching up etc got to have a brief play on my cousin's Pinasco kitted Vespa GT125.

It's a nice looking bike, mostly in original paint too with the panels having had a 'blow over' at some point. It's very quick with the 177 kit which was fun but had an issue with fuel flow; a large air bubble being visible in the tube from tank to carb. This resulted in a mile long, hot sweaty push back to my cousin's after it puttered to a halt and refused to start again - on pretty much the hottest UK day of the year so far in the low 30s..!

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