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Museo Scooter & Lambretta

Il Museo Lambretta nasce più di 20 anni fa grazie all’idea di Vittorio Tessera che, con l’aiuto di alcuni amici, ha voluto creare un museo destinato al più famoso scooter lombardo: la Lambretta. Oggi, grazie alla nuova sede espositiva di oltre 800 mq, il museo Scooter&Lambretta è diventato il più importante museo internazionale dedicato alla Lambretta e a tutti gli scooter del mondo, 160 esemplari esposti. La sala più importante e più ampia, l’“Arena”, è dedicata esclusivamente all’esposizione delle Lambrette, dei suoi preziosi prototipi e della più completa collezione di trofei e memorabili a Innocenti; altri sette ambienti sono invece dedicati all’evoluzione mondiale dello Scooter, dai primi del novecento fino agli anni ’70, e infine una sala è dedicata alla storia della Vespa con alcuni degli esemplari più significativi. Un museo certamente unico dove potrete vedere da vicino tutti i modelli più rari e unici della storia scooteristica mondiale: dal primo modello con cambio automatico del 1938, il Salsbury Aeromotor Glide, al primo scooter Honda del 1954, il Juno K. Per quanto riguarda le Lambrette sono presenti tutte le versioni più classiche e più rare: dalla moto 250 bicilindrica da gran premio al prototipo della 175 TV I serie, dalla più vecchia 125 A al mondo (la n. 2) alla più originale 150 Special utilizzata dalla polizia di New York. L’ingresso è gratuito e i nuovi orari sono: dal Lunedì al Venerdì dalle ore 9.00 alle 12.00 e dalle 14.30 alle 17.30. www.museoscooter.it

The Scooter and Lambretta Museum

The initial idea to create a museum dedicated to Lambretta scooters came about 20 years ago thanks to Vittorio Tessera. With help from his friends, Vittorio wanted to create a museum to celebrate the production of the World famous Lombard made scooter: the Lambretta. Over the following years, the museum continued to expand thanks to the constant addition of vehicles from all over the World. Vittorio’s passion for all makes of vintage scooters, not only Lambrettas, was the reason that the museum subsequently evolved into the ‘Scooter & Lambretta Museum’ and quickly became the landmark in Europe for vintage scooter production. Today, with the entire collection on display within a dedicated 800sq.m exhibition area, the ‘Scooter & Lambretta Museum’ is without doubt the most important museum for Lambrettas and vintage scooters in the World. The main central area of the museum, called ‘the Arena’, is the section dedicated exclusively to display Lambrettas. Here you can find everything from the standard production machines from all over the World, to precious, unique Innocenti prototypes, through to an incredible collection of memorabilia and trophies actually won by Innocenti. There are another seven areas within the museum and these are dedicated to the Worldwide evolution of the scooter from the early 1900’s through to the 1970’s and there is also a section dedicated solely to Vespa production where the most historically significant models are on display. The museum is unique in that a lot of time and thought has been put into its layout to ensure that you can clearly see all the scooters, from all angles and from close up. This unprecedented access gives you the chance to marvel at the machines on display, which include historically important rarities such as; the American-made Salisbury Aeromotor Glide which was the first automatic scooter dating back to 1938, the Juno K which was the first scooter made by Honda in 1954, the Fuji Rabbit which was the first scooter made in Japan back in 1947 and the first French-made Scootavia ever produced, having a No.‘1’ frame number. as far as Lambretta in concerned, the museum hosts both all the classic production models, and rarities such as; the V twin 250cc Lambretta GP motorbike, a prototype TV175 Series 1, the earliest known Model A which has a No.‘2’ frame number, original factory Racers through to an example of an original Special 150 used by the New York Police Dept. A preview of the museum can be seen on the dedicated website: www.museoscooter.it On the website there is also a link to access the main CasaLambretta website, where it’s possible to post up private adverts to buy or sell vintage scooters and Lambrettas.

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