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Vyatka VP-150

Vyatka VP-150 in Kosolapyy Drug, Movie, 1959 IMDB

Class: Bikes, Scooter — Model origin: SU

Vyatka VP-150

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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andrepa DE

2012-09-14 20:23

Vespa Vjatka WP-150
=
russian Vespa GS 150
Link to "www.willhaben.at"

-- Last edit: 2012-09-14 20:24:25

ingo DE

2012-09-14 21:51

In the advertise is written "a copy of the Vespa GS 150" - officially, half-legally or illegally?

andrepa DE

2012-09-14 22:17

Radio Eriwan would have said: good question, - next question!

-- Last edit: 2012-09-14 22:19:08

Dmitry_P RU

2021-07-13 19:46

Production started in 1957.

Dmitry_P RU

2021-07-13 19:58

ingo wrote In the advertise is written "a copy of the Vespa GS 150" - officially, half-legally or illegally?


Illegally, I suppose.

Differences between the Soviet "Vyatka" and the Italian "Vespa":

1) the inscription on the nameplate attached to the "muzzle" of the scooter.

2) a red flag with a five-pointed star was placed on the fender of the front wheel of the Soviet "Vyatka" (since 1960), while the Italian Vespa carried its own, similar in shape, decorative element.

3) the size of the "head" of the steering wheel and the landing size of the headlight in the Soviet version were larger.

4) the Soviet speedometer was round, and in the original it was oval or trapezoidal.

5) the ignition key for the Soviet scooter was located in a separate "container" on the steering wheel, and for the Italian one the lock was hidden in the headlight housing.

6) "Vyatka" designers carefully screwed a hook on which you could hang a string bag: It was attached either to the inside of the windshield, or under the seat base above the hatch, which opened access to the air filter and the gas tap.

7) Soviet scooter differed from the prototype in size and weight. It was somewhat larger (the base was 4 centimeters), the metal of the cladding was thicker, respectively, and the weight varied - 118 kg versus 111.

8) "Vyatka" has only three gears, while the Vespa in the GS version had them all four.

Translated from: Link to "motoroller.su"

-- Last edit: 2021-07-13 22:22:20

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