The Lambretta Bible: Covers All Lambretta Models Built in Italy: 1947-1971
A year-by-year, model-by-model, change-by-change record of the world's finest scooter from Model A to the GP 200. The story doesn't end there, though, the focus moves to machines prepared and built by Lambretta Concessionaires. The book ends with a look at the main British dealer specials of the 1960s. Essential reading for Lambretta enthusiasts.
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A brief history of Innocenti
Model A to LC 125
Model D LD ranges
Model E F Lambrettas
Series 1 machines
The Scottish Six Days Trials model
Series 2 machines
SX 200 150
123cc engine 150 Special 17s 6d Dimensions Air filter blue bodywork bore/stroke of 52mm built cable carburettor Cento changes First version chrome colour Cometa Cost cylinder damper Dell’Orto disc brake DL/GP drum brakes dual seat early models end of production engine number exhaust featured fitted flywheel four speed frame number Frame prefix front brake front mudguard fuel gear change gudgeon pin handlebars handles headlamp headset height 960mm horn casting horn grille Innocenti company January kick-start Lambretta Club Lambretta Concessionaires Lambretta scooters later models legshields levers lira Dimensions machines magneto Mallory Park microcars Model D 125 modifications monocoque Motor Motorcycle Motorcycle Mechanics n/a n/a Nuccio Bertone paint scheme petrol piston Production changes production run Rallymaster rear brake rear light unit Rex White rider scooter Second version Series 2 TV Slimstyle speedometer Starstream Supertune switch Teleflex tester three speed toolbox top speed TV 175 Series width 740mm Wildcat