The Iconic Gulf Livery On the Move In the Keeway Sixties 300i
There’s no doubt that the Keeway Sixties 300i is a good-looking scooter.
In its blue shade, the scooter pays perfect homage to the era of bell bottom pants and rock and roll music.
However, it now gets a Gulf Oil racing livery that elevates the aesthetics up to a whole new level.
While the styling remains the same, the livery is now a combination of Gulf’s light blue and orange, found on their racing cars from 1967 to the late 1990s.
The headlight console and grill on the apron are draped in orange against the backdrop blue.
An orange stripe running across the front fender, along with the Gulf oil branding on the apron, rings in strong nostalgia.
The floorboard and dashboard are completely painted in orange which contrast the light blue really well while also lending the scooter a quirky personality.
An oversized Gulf Oil logo towards the rear of the side cover and a prominent orange stripe running down the side of the scooter further scream retro.