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  1. paul d
    6th November 2018 @ 8:24 pm

    If it’s what I think it is I’m wondering how did they negotiate that result? Wouldn’t it be some turn of history if piaggio turned out to be part owners of a company building lambretta influenced machines……

    • Kevin Hoard
      6th November 2018 @ 9:24 pm

      That would be funny

  2. Kevin Hoard
    6th November 2018 @ 9:24 pm

    Any USA dealers signed on yet?

  3. Theraphim Hebraeorum
    6th November 2018 @ 10:11 pm

    Has a Chinese company illegally cloned a western company’s engine design?

    Did they obtain a well known wasp like machine, take it to China and reverse engineer it?

    Could beeeee….
    Hong Kong Phoney…number 1 super scoot…
    Hong Kong Phoney….making lots of filthy loot.

    Read Sun Tzu “The Art of War”…on every Chinese businessman’s bookcase.

  4. wintermod65
    13th November 2018 @ 9:56 pm

    “whats intellectual property rights between friends ” !!
    its now somewhat ironic in that the “original ” design was “inspired ” by Lambretta and now it s powerplant has been “inspired”by Vespa does this make it the sort of “Triton” of the retro Chinese ,rubber band , plastic T and G market , what fools started to accept these abominations into the scooter scene ???. and we complain about “comedians” at Rallies !!

    APSA have the right idea with their pre 66 rallies,

    imagine a contemporary version of that “Q” movie where Jimmy is some hoodied oik bombing about on a stolen one of these i wonder what scene that would start??

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