Petrolicious looks charming on a Vespa
Maas got his first Vespa at 16, and after crashing it, he quickly went looking for another. He has kept buying Vespas ever since and has made a living out of restoring them for clients. These days, he works out of a shop that perfectly fits his bikes' old-world aesthetic with big windows, wood floors and parts scattered everywhere. It almost looks like a museum dedicated to vintage scooters.
Check out the video to learn how stealing the key to his grandfather's garage at age six set Maas on this path to love these classic bikes.
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