+ buyer’s premium of 15% plus VAT (18% incl VAT) 91 • Lambretta started making scooters post WWII in Milan by the Innocenti company • Made famous in the 1960s by the ‘mod’ culture and still in production today • Good clean condition, described as ‘running’ but not confirmed • Benefitting from a frame-up rebuild and repainted pastel blue and white • Lots of new parts during rebuild • New tyres and a good spare • UK-registered and offered with its current V5C UK-registered Li150 that has recently been fully recommissioned. Estimate: £3,000 - £4,000 Registration: 370 UXA Frame No: 150Li 601063 Engine No: 125Li-S-781614 Specialist: Michael McDowell Telephone No: 07717 897525 Lot 856 1962 Lambretta Li150 150cc • Part of the late John Macaulay Collection • The first new BSA model post-WWII and in production from 1945 to 1959 • This ‘barn find’ example is being offered from long- term storage • Engine turns over but will require recommissioning or restoring • Was used in period by the local postman on the Isle of Lewis • Currently unregistered and offered with no paperwork • Engine number appears to have been over-stamped • Being offered with No Reserve Barn find BSA, ex-Angus Postal Service. Estimate: Offered Without Reserve Registration: UNREGISTERED Frame No: Not seen Engine No: ZB31 2887 Specialist: Mark Bryan Telephone No: 07958 107974 Lot 857 c.1954 BSA B31 349cc More Details Lot 856 Bid On Lot 856 More Details Lot 857 Bid On Lot 857