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  • from Problem No 1 Shipping
    Shipping to France would be:
    Freight: US$ 135/cbm x 3.5 cbm =US$ 472.50
    Document fee US$ 10/shipment =US$ 10.00
    Trucking to Jakarta Port & Custom =US$ 95.00
    Wooden crating box =US$ 100.00
    Total shipping cost US$ 677.50. ( not doot to door service).

    Figures still missing:
    - other costs (bringing the vespa from the nearest port to your door's home),
    - french import duty, I assume at least 25% :-(
    - any import policy.

    The person I've discussed with has been shipping some scooter to USA, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Portugal and Norway.
    At the end it's only money problem....

    Problem No 2 insurance and papers
    In order to drive or even insured these beautiful vehicles, we need some legal papers.
    I've contact the FFVE (La Fédération Française des Véhicules d'Epoque):
    "Your vehicle must be older than 25 years in order to be elligible for a "carte grise de collection" We need also the vehicle indonesian papers (translate by an authorized person = 100$ or more), and the formular 846Agiven by the border authority. Add to this a free formular and
    your reglement 45 euro"

    more soon...
  • Seen at the Swiss Moto Show 2009

    Vespa 150 VBA1


    Vespa 125 V 30

    Vespa 125 V 15


    Vespa Sidecar

    Suspect the side is coming from Asia -> as usual road homologation may be an issue in Europe!

    Visit the gallery with all the above pictures in their 4000x3000 glory

    And this gallery where you can see the Vespa and scooter I did personally restore in the past