Lambretta Scooter Museum
The Lambretta Scooter Museum is in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, England. Its 4,000 square feet (371.6 m2) houses a total of 61 Lambretta models – at least one from each year between October 1947 through to May 1971, collected by Nigel Cox, the author of "Lambretta Innocenti: An Illustrated History".
The private collection goes from three model 'A's first produced in 1947, to Lambro three-wheelers, Lambretta mopeds, sales leaflets, world, accessories, posters, magazines, manuals, toys, models, signs, and promotional material.
In 2006, the shop and museum were sold to Stuart Lanning. After a long period of closure, the museum and its exhibits were refurbished and re-opened on 9 August 2008. The museum was offered for sale again in 2013.
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- Lambretta Scooter Museum - official site
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