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Vespa and Lambretta Motor Scooters (Shire Library) Vespa and Lambretta remain the two most iconic motor scooter brands, even four decades after the latter s demise But what made them such a European sensation in the postwar era And why were they particularly popular in Britain in the s and s Motor scooter expert Stuart Owen explains the rise of Innocenti s Lambretta and Piaggio s Vespa, from the wartime ruins of Italy, through years of plenty as the two manufacturers exploited a ready market for affordable, economic transport, and then their decline into uncertain times as motor cars trespassed on their success He also explores the rich history of accessorising and customising the scooters, their essential role in the mod movement, and the revival in Vespa s fortunes following the release of the cult film Quadrophenia

  • Kindle Edition
  • Vespa and Lambretta Motor Scooters (Shire Library)
  • Stuart Owen
  • 19 May 2019
  • 1784423149

About the Author: Stuart Owen

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9 thoughts on “Vespa and Lambretta Motor Scooters (Shire Library)

  1. David Gibbs David Gibbs says:

    Lovely little book.Anybody with a love of the iconic vehicles will enjoy this.

  2. B. Wrigley B. Wrigley says:

    Fascinating well written a must for any scooter enthusiast

  3. Jonesy Jonesy says:

    Good reminder of my youth when I owned a Vespa

  4. Janet Bl Janet Bl says:

    Book arrived before expecting and in good order Smaller than expected but nice little book.

  5. Neil Adkins Neil Adkins says:

    An excellent addition to my collection

  6. marketing-sales.co Customer marketing-sales.co Customer says:

    Lovely little book about the iconic scooters

  7. Jmcs Jmcs says:

    Bought as a present, nice little book and good photos, recommend highly

  8. M. Ripley M. Ripley says:

    Great little book very informative

  9. David Cammack David Cammack says:

    Boring.

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