In April 1946, the first Vespa motor scooters rolled off the line in Pontedera, Italy. Enrico Piaggio created the Vespa in response to a need for inexpensive transportation that would suit men and women alike, and could traverse the ravaged roads of post-World War II Italy. Little did he know these motor scooters would find their way to megayachts. The Vespa is available in nine colors and in a 50cc version, which means you don't need a motorcycle license to operate it. It also comes in a 150cc four-stroke version, which will reach speeds over 60 mph. Price: $3,000-5,000. Vespa, (310) 604-3980; firstname.lastname@example.org; www.vespa.com.