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195x Lambretta 150d

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I was sent a few pictures yesterday out of the blue by a friend here in San Francisco. This scooter was purchased in the 1950s by the present owner's grandfather and brought to the USA. The grandfather later had it restored "by a Lambretta shop in Eugene" and rode it until he passed away. He left it to his granddaughter so she could enjoy it as well. Unfortunately, "enjoy it" apears to mean "put it under a piece of painter's plastic in your basement."

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Untitled by SFvsr, on Flickr

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Untitled by SFvsr, on Flickr

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Untitled by SFvsr, on Flickr

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195x Lambretta Model 150d by SFvsr, on Flickr

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I'd run the tires off of that if I had the chance. Even though they are slow, it would still be a fun machine for in town work.

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I'd run the tires off of that if I had the chance. Even though they are slow, it would still be a fun machine for in town work.

not after that dude had his stinky foot all over the seat

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Was there a Lambretta shop in Eugene? Or someone who used to restore Lambrettas in Eugene?

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