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SIEM headlight bezel and glass
SIEM headlight bezel and glass
Euro headset, pre-keyswitch had the post-’67 hex logo right on top also note the original tell tale lamp, repros are way too tall. Original glovebox lock can be seen in this pic as well
Euro headset, pre-keyswitch had the post-’67 hex logo right on top also note the original tell tale lamp, repros are way too tall. Original glovebox lock can be seen in this pic as well
Restored “044”-stamped stainless steel legshield trim
Restored “044”-stamped stainless steel legshield trim
Original, correct lock cover
Original, correct lock cover
Unlike other models of the era, Rally suspension springs were finished in black, while other suspension components retained the bare metal and silver-painted parts
Unlike other models of the era, Rally suspension springs were finished in black, while other suspension components retained the bare metal and silver-painted parts
This SIEM polished tail light (late-type, no brow) carried over from the SS only onto the first few hundred units of the Euro Rally 180. Later 180s used the same type as the Rally 200
This SIEM polished tail light (late-type, no brow) carried over from the SS only onto the first few hundred units of the Euro Rally 180. Later 180s used the same type as the Rally 200

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This Rally 180 was introduced as a replacement for the SS180 and saw the Vespa “Sport” range incorporating a rotary valve motor for the first time. Due to a general slump in scooter sales in the late ‘60s as well as the introduction of, and subsequent replacement by the Rally 200 in 1972, their were fewer Rally 180s produced than any other largeframe Vespa model.


This example was restored by us to exact factory specs. It is finished in single stage paint in the fantastic factory color Giallo Arancio.

1968 Vespa Rally 180

(Euro-Spec Version)