Kids and big kids’ toy company Lego has added the original 1960s Vespa 125 model to its range of motorcycle scale models.
It joins the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy, Ducati Panigale V4 R, BMW R 1200 GS and BMW boxer motorcycle engine in their two-wheeled range.
The 1106-piece pastel pale blue scooter pays tribute to the original Vespa of the 1960s with a classic Italian number plate and even a bunch of flowers in the rear basket.
Other original details include a spare wheel and removable brick-built engine cover.
The wheels, sidestand and handlebars are moving parts.
Lego Group Senior Designer Florian Muller says the model “offered me a chance to step back in time and let my imagination flow”.
The LEGO Vespa 125 is now available online, from Lego Stores and other retailers at $A169.95.
It’s no “toy” either, standing at 22cm, 12cm wide and 35cm long.
This follows other motorcycle icons in the Lego world.
All models have pieces that lock together and do not need gluing.