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The first production Lambretta rolled off the Innocenti factory production line in 1947. This model was called the M but went on to be known as the model A & the success of the subsequent various models & styles of Lambretta went from strength to strength as time went by.     

Lambrettas were exported to all parts of the world & some countries like Spain for instance even manufactured them to their own specifications under licence from Innocenti. You should find Lambrettas & spare parts available through Ebay in virtually all of the countries listed below. If you do not find what you are looking for through Ebay, we would suggest that you contact one of the many Lambretta owners clubs worldwide for help & advice. Failing that, please do not hesitate to e.mail us - we may just have the contact you need!!

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1946 Lambretta Model A

Engine Size: 125cc

First Produced: 1946

1946 Lambretta model A

The engine is a 123cc direct air cooled unit, shaft driven and has three gears operated by foot pedal. The suspension comprised of two rubber bushes in the front forks and a solid rear end. The brake shoes are made of cast iron, and the brake drum is lined with the friction material. In 1948 the model 'B' was introduced with the main difference being the change twistgrip gears on the handlebars

1950 Lambretta Models C & D

Engine Size: 125cc

First Produced: 1950

1950 Lambretta Model C

The main difference to the A & B models was the use of a tubular chassis which was to carry through to all future models. The model 'D' was introduced in late 1951 which had many technical improvements including a rear shock absorber & battery to help with electrical output. In 1954 a 150cc version was introduced.

1953 / 56 Lambretta Models E & F

Engine Size: 125cc

First Produced: 1953

Lambretta Model E - 1953

These models were very similar to its predecessors but was manufactured to be lighter with a simple C shape frame & the F model had a kickstart instead of the hand pull cord. Also they had leading front forks & a swivelling headlight.

1953 Lambretta LD 125 & 150

Engine Size: 125 & 150cc

First Produced: 1951 / 57

1953 Lambretta LD 125

There were many different versions of the LD manufactured between 1951 to 1957. The engine was basically the same as the earlier D models with the main difference being a cosmetic one with the introduction of the side panels. Production of the range ceased in 1957 to give way to the TV & Li series.

1957 Lambretta TV175 Series 1

Engine Size: 175cc

First Produced: 1957

Lambretta TV 175 series 1 - 1957

This model was much larger than its predecessors with completely redesigned engine, 4 speed gearbox, 10" wheels & a new air intake system through the tubular frame. Production ceased in 1958 with a total of 10,089 having been manufactured.

1958 Lambretta Li 125 & 150 Series 1

Engine Size: 125 & 150cc

First Produced: 1958

1958 Lambretta Li 150 Series 1

The Series 1 was the first to feature a chain drive. All subsequent Lambretta models adapted this principal. These models also began the feature of having the handle bar or headset cast in alloy instead of the earlier model "motorcycle" type handlebars. The 125 was available only in grey whilst the 150 model had a choice of two tone variations.

1959 Lambretta Li 125 & 150 Series 2

Engine Size: 125 & 150cc

First Produced: 1959

1959 Lambretta Li125 Series II

Almost identical to the Series 1 models with the exception of the headlight now being fitted as part of the handlebar assembly. This not only improved vision at night but it was an improvement aesthetically. In late 1959 the TV175 series II was introduced, this was basically the same as the 125 / 150 but with the larger engine benefited from better acceleration and a higher top speed.

1962 Lambretta Li 125 & 150 Series 3

Engine Size: 125 & 150cc

First Produced: 1962

1962 Lambretta Li150 Series III

Engines were more or less identical to the Series II models, the greatest difference being in the new 'slimline' style greatly improving aerodynamics & looks.

Original colours available 125 - Light Green, Light Grey.
Colours available 150 - Light Green, Light Grey, Blue, Red & Grey Panel colours Red, Blue and Green.

1962 Lambretta TV175 Series 3

Engine Size: 175cc

First Produced: 1962

1962 Lambretta TV175 Series III

Series III production began in March 1962 with the 175cc version, it had a 20mm carburetor, improvements to air flow, porting and exhaust, this put the power up slightly to 8.7bhp. It also had new larger engine mounts, a front shock absorber, and it was the first production scooter to have front disc brakes.

1963 Lambretta Li 150 Special / Pacemaker

Engine Size: 150cc

First Produced: 1963

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Subtle changes were made from the standard Li 150 to give it more power & a sportier feel. It had a new barrel & cylinder head along with adjustments to the gear ratios. Cosmetically it took many of the features such as the octagonal headlamp rim, horn casting & the later style TV175 side panels with the chrome inset. In 1965 a 125cc version was introduced.

1963 Lambretta TV or GT 200

Engine Size: 198cc

First Produced: 1963

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This first model to have a 200cc engine was only available in UK. It was basically a TV175 bored out to the larger size. With early models in 1962 there were a few technical problems due to the increased power, but these were sorted out & the 200cc version now renamed GT200 became a great success. This led to the production of the SX200 which was sold worldwide - except for Italy!

1964 Lambretta J50

Engine Size: 50cc

First Produced: 1964

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Aimed at a younger market this model never really caught on. It had a pressed monocoque chassis & very basic styling. It was marketed without a speedometer & with only a single seat, although a dual seat could be bought separately.

1964 Lambretta Cento

Engine Size: 98cc

First Produced: 1964

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This model turned out to be much more popular than the 50cc Lambretta being much faster & having a speedo, dual seat & floor strips as standard. In 1965 the J125 was introduced, which was the same apart from its 125cc engine.

1966 Lambretta SX 150

Engine Size: 150cc

First Produced: 1966

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This model retained most of the Special / Pacemaker cosmetic features, but did benefit from a slight increase in power. Additional colour choices were given, grey or white + panel colours red or blue. Production stopped in 1969 with a total of 31,328 units having been sold.

1966 Lambretta SX 200

Engine Size: 200cc

First Produced: 1966

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The SX was designed with new shape to the headset (hexagonal) & to the panels, which now had the three fingered flashes pointing forwards. Again this 200cc version had the front disc brake, and the SX200 was the first Lambretta to have a 90mph speedometer. This was arguably the best ever looking model produced by Innocenti which sold a total of 28,400 units by the time production ceased in 1969.

1969 Lambretta GP 200

Engine Size: 200cc

First Produced: 1969

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Redesigned by Bertone in 1969 this was the last of the Series III slimline type models ever to be manufactured by Innocenti. Apart from the cosmetic changes made, the 200cc engine was uprated to make it the fastest of all Lambrettas to be produced. GP125 & 150 models were also available with the same styling, but without a front disc brake. Production stopped in 1971.

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