Review & Unboxing 

Unboxing: Italeri Vespa 125 Primavera 1/9 4633

Today i’m going to unbox the Italeri Vespa 125 Primavera in 1/9th scale with kitnumber 4633.

Vespa is an icon of design and style of the “made in Italy” and a real myth on two wheels. The first Vespa was born in the second post-war period, in 1946, and was immediately characterized by simple and elegant lines, and by a practical, functional and reliable project developed around the famous steel body-frame. The effective mix of design and functionality was the strength of the Vespa, that became, in a short time, an extraordinary commercial success worldwide. During the years Vespa was able to keep its uniqueness but improved in style and features. One of the most famous version was the Vespa Primavera 125 launched in 1968. Thanks to an improved engine, a better performance and a easiness of driving, it remained on the market throughout the 1970s. The Primavera 125 is still today one of the most preferred Vespa by collectors and fans of the famous Italian two-wheeler manufacturer.

The Italeri Vespa 125 Primavera comes in a big box. On the front you see the finished model and on the side you will find different sorts of information about the Vespa.

Let’s start the unboxing!

The first parts you see are the main body parts. Although this is a small scooter, when you see the parts you think “That will be huge when built!”

The next sprues contains the frame, rims and seat. The wheels on this kit are from rubber.

The chrome sprue contains the mirrors, radiator parts etc. Not very great molds so a repaint might be needed.

A small bag with some wireing and springs. Wheels and seats are from rubber!

The paperwork comes with some background information of the scooter and of course the building instructions. A;so a small sheet with some decals are inside the box.

Italeri also made there own unboxing. You can check out the pictures below.

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