Planet Vespa Homepage

Welcome to Planet Vespa

Planet Vespa is a family owned business established in Ho Chi Minh City Viet Nam 2001, specialized in restoring Vintage Italian Vespa Scooters.

At Planet Vespa you can either custom build your Vespa from our accessories page, or select from our most recently completed inventory. (See catalog).

Our quality is adapted to suit every individual's needs, providing purchasers with a large range of colours & styles for both paint work and upholstery.

With our easy to navigate website, purchasing is also made easy with direct from the catalog ordering.

Before Vietnam.

Before relocating in Vietnam we ran and operated motor cycle repair workshops in Melbourne Australia. Our workforce moved to Vietnam with the unique and passionate vision of seeking out and restoring original vintage Piaggio Vespa motor scooters. We specialize in 1960s models including: VCB’s, VLB’s and VBB’s.

We are a workforce of skilled Australian mechanics, and are now the leading restorers & exporters of Vintage vehicles in Vietnam with sales world wide.

As Australian team living in Vietnam you have the advantage of buying high quality restoration at an affordable price and at the same time feeling 100% confident in security & delivery of your scooter. Testimony of our success in both services and quality is the 100% feedback from our Ebay generated sales.

Planet Vespa – award winning scooters

This award won by one of our customers who entered the Auto Italia event in Canberra, Australia which promotes and celebrates Italian automotive machinery.

Hi Greg,

Just to let you know my scoot won “Best Early Vespa” at Auto Italia yesterday. The result should be up tomorrow. The bike is going harder each time I get on it. I think it’s loosening up now – done just over 700km since getting it. In the cooler air this morning it flew into work! Yesterday heading home from the auto show I had the wind in my back and cracked over 90kph. Not bad for a 40 year old Vespa I thought. Got lots of comments from people at the show.

Hope all is going well.

Scott Ellis
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