5 thoughts on “Scooter Exhibit Opens in Los Angeles”

  1. I bet that is (or was) Mike Frankovich’s Allstate. It was restored by TJ Scooter in San Diego. It’s absolutely perfect!

  2. Not Frankovich’s Allstate now, though maybe it used to be. They took 2 scoots from Mike: an ET (they want to show history of Vespa) and the Riva 180 with sidecar.

    The Rumi belongs to Mario from South Bay Scooter Club. I’ve never seen it in person.

    There’s a Concourse July 9. That’s when most of the local clubs will be attending.

  3. For the record, they have five scooters of mine.
    1971 Suzuki F-50 Cutlass
    1983 Yamaha Riva 180 with matching California sidecar
    1984 Honda Elite 125 Deluxe with original matching topcase, crashbars, and tall windshield
    2005 Vespa ET4
    2009 Genuine Buddy 150 Italia

    That Allstate is in the collection of the museum. The one I had was sold several years ago.

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