Ferdinando Innocenti, an industrialist in Milan, saw the need for inexpensive transportation in Post-World War II Italy. His Lambretta scooter, created in 1947, became immensely popular by the mid-1950s. Presently, it is a reminder of the times and a work of art.
The FD 125, a three-wheel scooter, was a single cylinder, two-stroke with a drive shaft. On the back was a cargo box for hauling and light commercial work. It was perfect for the small store owner or for the local garage. This example was fully restored in Italy by a Lambretta specialist and then again by Grand Prix Classics. It is in the correct original colors, with the original engine and other components.
Report by grandprixclassics.com