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Fan99

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Fan99 last won the day on August 15 2017

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About Fan99

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  • Birthday 01/03/1966

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  • Location
    Michigan
  • Currently Owned Lambrettas
    150 FD-C Cotton candy 3-wheeler

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  1. Yep It has a generator onboard which powers the cotton candy machine. The generator has an electric start since there's no access to pull start it and the controls are inside the cab. There's an access door across from the generator to work on it.
  2. I know! Could of had a muscle car for that kind of money back then. My uncle bought it used from the original owner within 5 months of it's delivery. If I remember right he bought it for $2500. Hope to have it up and running for next years 4th of July parade in Clarkston MI. Also since I love Halloween, i'll have it outside of my house for the kiddies.
  3. scan0011.pdf The company was called Circus Cotton Candyman in New Hyde Park NY. Click on scan0011.pdf to see the invoice, article and post card from the company
  4. It was used in state and local fairs in Michigan in the 60's and early 70's. I have literature from NY that shows the company that made her and that they planned on making 500 of them. I've never seen another like her.
  5. I have all the manuals and diagrams for it but finding parts is the thing. I also need to know if other models shared parts with the fdc?
  6. I'm new to the Lambretta Club. I inherited several years ago a 150 FD-C Cotton Candy 3 Wheeler that hasn't run since the early 1970's. It's been in the family since 1961 and it's mostly all together and would require new cables and other items. Looking for the best place to buy parts. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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