Time for some real scooter-spotting! From the fair at Imola the weekend 9-11 of September. In the region of 2 000 vendors and 40 000 spectators participated at the fair organized by Crame, Club Romagnolo Auto e Moto d'Epoca.
My first visit and I'm just overwhelmed. Scooters, parts and accessories everywhere!
Here we start with Lambrettas, the naked models; A, B, C and D.
Next post will be Vespas, after that other makers, "dressed" Lambrettas, three-wheelers and the last post will be miscellanous.
Here we go:
|Lambretta 125m (or A), belonging to Lambretta legend Tino Sacchi.|
|A 150 D besides two 125 C.|
|Two totally restored 125 B, and a SX 200 (no nudity!)|
|A rough 125 B, "conservata". 1948-1950, 35 014 built.|
|Lambretta 125 C, 1950-1951. 87 500 built. The right price?|
|This is the 125E, economica. April 1953 to February 1954, 42 352 built.|
|A unrestored Lambretta B, and wrong sign...|
|Another Lambretta B, I don't care for the cap on the headlamp.|
|Ancora una Lambretta 125 B!|
|125 F with accessories.|
|Lid for toolbox and buona fortuna!|
|Cool extension to the legshield.|