Italian text from homepage translated with Google Translate:
“He was born in Milan in 1960; after obtaining his diploma in mechanical engineering, he opened a workshop specializing in the restoration of vintage scooters in 1979. It is the first in Italy and will remain so for 15 years.
At the end of the 80s, thanks to the donation of the Innocenti family, it constitutes the first Lambretta historical museum which, after several extensions, gathers 118 models of scooters and Lambrettas from all over the world.
In the same period he founded, with some friends, the new Lambretta Club of Italy, of which he will be National President for some years. In 1996 he inaugurated “CasaLambretta”, a spare parts warehouse exclusively dedicated to the Innocenti motorscooter, with the absolute novelty in Italy of an official Price List to keep prices on the market.”
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Number of exhibited items
Motorcycles & Bikes: 51-100
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Address: Via Kennedy, 38, Millepini, 20090, Rodano, Metropolitan City of Milan, Italy, Europe
Coordinates: 45.4703574, 9.3359902
Usually only for private use. Always check for latest info on the home page!
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