This is an excellent example of a very early Allstate. At this point, Piaggio had not really geared up to sell Vespas in the U.S., so Sears was the primary seller. The early Allstates had some differences, from the same year Vespa. Generally, they used some of the parts and body designs of earlier Vespas. The cut-cowl, which is a striking feature is a good example of this. Other unique features include the aluminum floor rails, the lack of a speedometer, and the front license plate bracket. This Allstate is in very fine restored condition.