Italian Factory Motor Tourorganizes the Lambretta & Scooter Museum Tour and offers you the chance to visit the most important museum in the world dedicated to this popular motorcycle.
LAMBRETTA AND SCOOTER MUSEUM
In the more than 800 square meters of exhibition, the LAMBRETTA & SCOOTER MUSEUM collects all the international scooter history of motorcycling from dawn until the late seventies. There are about 160 means fully restored or exceptionally preserved, from different nations. Among the scooters that are part of this collection there are also models from Germany, Russia, Japan and America. Among the rarest models displayed the Honda Juno K (the first scooter Honda 1954), the Autofauteuil (first example of scooter 1908), the Lowther (original single-built cars made in America) and Kite (born in Lombardy in 1947 before the Lambretta). In the large hall dedicated to the Lambretta, besides the most valuable racing models, unique pieces of great historical value are visible as the oldest Lambretta World (the 125 A no. 2 of the frame) the three-wheeler 125 FB 1949 for the sale of ice cream and the Lambretta 175 TV 3 gold plated realized for the American actress Jayne Mansfield. There are also a number of models manufactured under license in various international countries: France, Germany, Spain, India, Argentina and Brazil. Of great interest it is also the section of the special versions such as Lambretta LD Coca Cola 150 or the Special Police of New York or 150 LI 2s of the 1960 Rome Olympics. At the museum you can also see the official historical archives of the "Innocenti", view the most comprehensive photographic archive (over 5000 negative) and admire the most beautiful of the Lambretta advertising films for cinema and television. Last but not least, is the advertising billboards that decorate the vast premises of the museum: over 100 posters for images that tell the long history of scooter riders in the world.
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