": While I'm not familiar with the Vespa Concorde, you might want to verify that it is a moped as opposed to a scooter with small diameter wheels and the ""scooter"" look. By all means, call on it and check it out, but you should be able to find a used moped in the same dollar range. In general, it is easier to get parts and service for something like a PUCH or Tomos moped as opposed to a Vespa or Peugeot.<p>yeah, i thought it might be a scooter, which would<br> still be cool for $200, so i'll probably call and<br> check it out. my friend keeps encouraging me to <br>get a Puch. we saw this 70cc engine kit online <br>somewhere for a puch; does anybody know anything<br> about this? how fast would the moped go then? <br>actually, i've never seen a vespa moped...just scooters. <br>oh well, thanks for following up!<br>"