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how much do these ape vans go for then new and used
-- tim lock (email@example.com), May 20, 2004
converted ape coffee vans by piaggio can go from as little as £5,000 used and approx. £12,000 new. Be careful to make sure the spec. of the conversion is good and the coffee machine is up to the job. The machines themselves are fragile. I am aware of a couple for sale one of which is £7k and in Surrey.
-- Rob Bullen (rbullen_uk@hotmail..com), May 20, 2004.
The Piaggio Ape 50 is a unique and versatile super-compact light utility vehicle. It boasts highly original Italian styling and it can be easily customised. The Ape 50 is particularly well-suited for use in brand promotion, advertising and product sampling, in addition to more conventional uses such as light commercial transportation and local delivery. The Ape 50 is an eye-catching addition to any business.
Something unmistakable - Make an impact with the charm and instant visual appeal of the Ape 50, derived from its distinctive looks and unique Italian styling.
Mobility - The Ape 50 proves that small really is beautiful, if you want excellent manoeuvrability in a fast-moving urban environment.
Flexibility - The Ape 50 is designed to be easily customised to suit any business need.
Reliability - Although new to the Irish market, the Ape 50 has a long and illustrious pedigree dating back to 1948, supported by the Piaggio Group's reputation for high quality and innovative products.
Economical - You will be very surprised at how little an Ape 50 costs to buy and the running expenses are extremely low: it can cover 300 km on only 10 litres of petrol and qualifies for the cheapest Group 1 insurance category.
Anyone can drive an Ape - The Ape 50 is officially classified as a moped and can be driven from 16 years of age in Ireland with only a provisional licence.
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