Nov 01, 2019
By Andy Johnson
Even from the grave Don Vito Corleone, or the actor who played him, can still make a deal you can’t refuse.
In this case, it’s a classic Italian Vespa scooter that Marlon Brando used as a fun run-around when visiting film producer Elliott Kastner in England.
It’s on offer at auction Saturday at the UK National Motorcycle Museum.
The Vespa was shipped from Rome and never registered in the UK which means Brando was driving it illegally.
It’s in its original condition, still bearing the original Italian license plate and could go for upwards of $5,000
Brando died in 2004 at the age of 80.