This R2-D2 Vespa Belongs To A 5th Grade Teacher/Star Wars Nerd

I will make it legal!

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Morgan, the 5th grade teacher who created her own customized R2-D2 Verspa said, “This was done with adhesive vinyl, some meticulous cutting and a 12-pack of beer.” Sounds about right. Now make me one!

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