This was a fun clip to watch even though I am still not sure why anyone would want a “Tytus.” I am also amazed when companies don’t keep archives of their products, past and present. But it’s a lot more common for them to forget their past in an effort just to keep up with the present. I think all companies need a docent/librarian.
For some less rare (but no less desirable) toys, visit Vespa Motorsport’s toy page where they have over five pages of Maisto, New Ray and Legos scale scooter models for great prices.
Wondering how people are taking to the new look for ScooterSwag? Love it? Hate it? Meh?
Well I should at least give you a tour. For example there’s an easier to find “Search” field at the top right just above the main photo. There you can look to see everything we’ve ever posted about Snoopy on a scooter (4 items as it turns out.) And you can check to see if I’ve ever posted about a certain item.
Then there are now two “Contact Us” fields where you can send your comments and your finds. The first is in the black menu bar. The second is at the top of the sidebar. Of course you can always e-mail me at tips AT scooterswag.com.
Also comments are a little easier to spot with a cartoon bubble to the right of each post’s title.
Finally there are social media buttons under each post for easier sharing.
I’d be the first to admit I’ve made fun of the craft site Etsy and loved calling it “Regretsy.” But I gotta give them credit. There is a lot of great stuff on there and it keeps getting better. I’ve even ordered from them. So type in “scooter” or “Vespa” or “Lambretta” and see what comes up for you.