by Lyn L
A Yamaha Vino Classic Model
The Yamaha Vino Classic was my first scooter. Within a year I upgraded to a bigger scoot (a Genuine Buddy 125), but I still have my Vino. Why? Because I can't part with her. She is so reliable, so dependable that I feel I will be betraying her if I sell her to someone who will abuse her. I guess I will sell her eventually as I don't ride her very often and so she just mostly sits in the garage looking lonely and forlorn, but when I do sell her I will be picky about who I sell her to.
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