Lambretta 125D & 125LD Instruction Manual

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IIVI PORTA IMT—LUBRICATION
MODELS D and LP
ENGINE. Thoroughly mix \ pint of oil with each gallon of petrol before filling the tank. After standing
over-night, and particularly for longer periods, the machine should be rocked to re-mix any separation
of the oil and petrol mixture which may have occurred. Use one of the following grades :—
MOBILOIL A or MOBILMIX TT, CASTROL TWO-STROKE OIL or CASTROL XL, ENERGOL
SAE 30, SHELL X-100 30, ESSOLUBE 30.
GEARBOX. For the first 1000 miles it is recommended that the box be emptied and refilled (J-pint) every
500 miles. Thereafter drain and refill every 1000 miles. For U.K. winter and cold climates use one of
the engine oils mentioned above. For U.K. summer and warm climates use one of the following:—
MOBILOIL BB, CASTROL XXL, ENERGOL SAE 40, SHELL X-100 40, ESSOLUBE 40.
TRANSMISSION CASE, (see page 18). Keep filled to correct level with one of the following grades:—
MOBILUBE GX 140, CASTROL HI-PRESS, ENERGOL EP SAE 140, SHELL SPIRAX 140 EP,
ESSO EXPEE COMPOUND 140.
FRAME GREASING. Lubricate with one of the following greases :—
MOBILGREASE No. 5, CASTROLEASE CL, ENERGREASE AO, SHELL RETINAX A or CD,
ESSO GREASE.
Certain of the Oil Companies whose lubricants are recommended provide dispensing equipment
which ensures the use of a petrol/oil mixture for two-stroke engines in the correct proportions. Service
by means of such equipment is approved by us.
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I N T R O D U C T I O N
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M m ere you are now in possession of the new Lam-
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The first thing is to con­
bretta, which will give you indisputable proof of the
sider its moving elements and their method of work­
qualities you expect to find.
ing; learn further all the possibilities of your Lam­
In effect it has been expressely designed to meet
bretta and treat it sensibly.
your requirements whether you think of using it
gentle with a new engine so that it turns over sweetly ;
for business or for pleasure purposes.
by this way you will keep its essential specifications
The Lambretta is still available in a dual version:
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mechanical organ needs care.
It always pays to be
unaltered.
the de luxe model, named LD/150, with side panels,
You will find here, briefly summarized, some funda­
and
D/150, without
mental hints and instructions needed by the user to
covering.
avoid inconveniences and mistakes.
A great deal of research and experiment on the part
to read this booklet and follow our suggestions: you
of our technical staff, customer requirements and pre­
will be well-rewarded by keeping your machine at
sent-day
its full efficiency even after long use.
the
standard
model, named
traffic conditions
decided the
INNOCENTI
Do not neglect
Works to design and manufacture a new sturdy motor
We feel grateful for your choice: it will be a pleasure
scooter, having a cubic capacity of 150 cm3.
to count you from now on among our affectionate
Before using your new machine remember that each
Lambretta-riders.
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Gear
Light switch
with ground and
horn button
indicator
Gear indicator
Clutch lever
Throttle
Clutch lever
Gear control twistgrip
Front brake lever
Throttle
Gear control twistgrip
Tank filler cap
Front brake lever
Key safety-lock
Fuel tap
Air
Light switch
with ground and
horn button
Headlight
Tank filler cap
cleaner
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Fuel tap
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Headlig
Shock absorber
Number plate
carrier
Tail light
Number plate
carrier
expansion
Raar brake pedal
Rear brake pedal
chamber
' K. S. pedal
Speed change connecting casing
Fig. 1
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K. S. pedal
Fig. 2
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M A I N
Vehicle
Engine
Mod. d
Overall
length
Overall
height
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Mod. Id
70"
70"
. . ( 1,770 m) (1,770 m )
38"
38"
. . (0,960 m) (0,960 m)
Ground
4-3/8"
4-3/8"
clearance . (0,110 m) (0,110 m)
Width( Hand129"
29"
lebar)
(0,740 m) (0,740 m)
Wheelbase . 50-1/2"
50-1/2"
(1,281 m) (1,281 m)
Unloaded
165 lbs
194 lbs
weight . . (75 kg)
(88 kg)
Max speed .... 47-50 m.p.h.
(75-80 km/h)
Fuel consumption
140 m.p.g.
at normal speed
Uphill :
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low gear
35 % gear ratio 1 :12,9
second gear 20 % gear ratio 1 : 7,5
top gear
10 % gear ratio 1 :4,75
2-stroke single cylinder engine
Capacity
148 cc.
Bore
2,244" (57 mm)
Stroke
2,283" (58 mm)
Compression ratio
HP output max
r. p. m.
6,5
6
4750
Cylinder of high quality wear-re­
sistant cast iron
F E A T U R E S
Dell'Orto MA 19B4 carburettor in­
corporating :
— starter device
— petrol filter
— silencing air cleaner
Choke 0.748" (19 mm); max jet
0.0283" (72/100 mm)
Ignition by flywheel magneto and
outside high tension coil - Ad­
vance setting when standing 4-pole magneto (28 Watt).
Cylinder head of light alloy, die
cast
Side-located spark plug. Heat ran­
ge: 240 Bosch Scale (KLGF 80Champion L 1 IS Lodge H.H. 14).
Cast piston of light alloy, wear re­
sistant
Starting by pedal.
Connecting rod of high-tensile
steel with needle bearings on
big end
Built-up crankshalft carried in ball
and roller bearings
Lubrication by petroil (gas and oil
mixture)
Forced draught cooling by fan fitt­
ed on the flywheel.
Clutch
Multi-plate type running in oil
bath; operated by lever on the left
twistgrip.
Adjusting device, just
near the lever (fig. 1-2).
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Gearbox
3-speed. Constant mesh gears in
oil bath made of high-tensile steel.
Hand control by left twistgrip and
flexible cable (fig. 1-2). Gear posi­
tion indicator near the twistgrip.
Transmission
From engine to gearbox by bevel
gears; from gearbox to the rear
bevel gears by torsion shaft espe­
cially efficient against sudden va­
riations of the revolution rate. Be­
vel gears running in oil bath. The
shaft is enclosed in the transmis­
sion case A (fig. 10). The connec­
tion for the speedometer drive is
to be found under the cap B (fig.
10) on the transmission case.
Frame
The frame is of a large steel tube
section ensuring highest rigidity
and eliminating vibration.
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Suspension
The front suspension (fig. 3) is rea­
lised by means of trailing links.
Each trailing link is connected to a
lever bearing an end ball which
compresses a progressive type
spring, located inside the fork tu­
bes (A). This group is hermetical­
ly protected against water and dust
and operates in the grease enclos­
ed within the boxes (B) the result
being longer working life and no
maintenance. The rear suspension
(fig. 4) is designed with a long
swinging arm, consisting of the
transmission case A (fig. 10), and
pivoting on a robust pin (B) in­
corporated in the frame.
Through its movement the swing­
ing arm loads the suitably support­
ed torsion bar made of high-tensile
steel. The swings of the engine
group are transmitted to the tor­
sion bar by means of return levers
(C), which are properly propor­
tioned in order to reduce the tor­
sion bar angle when the load in­
creases.
The fitting
of a hydraulic damper
remarkably
increases
springing
comfort.
The return lever knuckles and the
torsion bar are properly protected
and lubricated by means of grease
guns (D).
for the front tyre 22
25 Ibs/s.i.
for the rear tyre with pillion rider.
Tank
Fuel capacity:
Model d = 1,4 gals (6,3 It) in­
cluding ll/< pt. (0,7 It) reserve
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lilts'
Brakes
Wheels
Internal expanding type brakes
with flexible
control, operated by
hand on the front wheel and by
pedal on the rear wheel. (See ad­
justing device pag. 21 ).
Interchangeable. The rear wheel is
detachable like motor car wheels
Easy dismantling of the pressed
steel sheet rims. 4.00-8" tyres. In­
flating pressure: 14 -h 16 Ibs/s.i.
Fig. 5
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W I R I N G
Model Id = 1,55 gals (7,1 It) in­
cluding 11 ji pt. (0,7 It) reserve
3-way tap (See fig. 5-6)
C = close
—
A = open
R = reserve.
plate located into the head lamp.
(See Wiring Diagram).
Note: In such a case, the tail lamp
bulb must be replaced with a 6V3W one.
On the model d the tool box is
placed under the pillion seat; on
the model Id it is located under
the covering, readily accessible by
dismantling the right side panel.
Electrical System
Tool Kit
Accessories
By flywheel magneto. Headlight
with twin-filament bulb 6V-25/25W
and 12V - 10 W pilot lamp. Tail
light with red gem (6V - 5W).
Lighting switch, on the right hand­
lebar, of lever type; the lever ser­
ves to earth the engine as well.
Horn push button coupled with the
switch.
If an illuminated speedometer is
fitted, the 6V - 1,5 W bulb socket
is to be derived from the terminal
1 Double tubular spanner (21-14
mm = 0.827" — 0.551") for
spark plug and wheel nuts.
1 Double spanner (14 mm =
0.551") and for rear wheel hub
nut
1 Double spanner (10-14 mm
= 0.394" — 0.551") for cap
screws of hexagon socket type
1 Double spanner (8-10 mm =
0.315" — 0.394")
1 Screwdriver
Mod. d : pillion seat, luggage box,
spare wheel, footrests for pillion
rider. (Optional-extras).
Mod. Id: pillion seat and spare
wheel. (Optional-extras).
All accessories can be supplied with
the necessary supports and fittings.
D I A G R A M
Switch lever position
M - Engine stop (earthing)
0
- Off
1
- Pilot light
2
- Dipped beam
3
- Main beam
Safety-lock
Both models are
key safety-lock.
provided
with
1. Flywheel magneto - 2. Lighting switch with horn button . 3. Head light - 4. Pilot light bulb - 5. Twin-filament bulb - 6. Horn - 7. Tail light - 8. H.T.
coil - 9. Spark plug • 10. Speedometer bulb.
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SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
Spark Plug
When fitting
the spark plug, make
sure to adapt the washer and to
locate the spark plug with the
exact inclination. Do this by hand.
Use the spanner for final
locking
only.
As mentioned in the Foreword, the
Lambretta has been so designed as
to make it accessible for every­
body whatever their ages may be.
No particular skill is required
for its use and maintenance. Ho­
wever it is strongly recommended,
in order to obtain a perfect running-in of the mechanical parts of
the vehicle and to increase their
operating life, to run with reduced
throttle for the first 900 miles at
a maximum speed of 35 m. p. h.
and to avoid riding uphills with
full throttle. The following are so­
me hints and advice.
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Fuel
Lubricants
Loosen the filler cap on the tank.
Use only good petrol mixed with
fluid mineral oil (corresponding to
SAE 30) in the following volume
proportion :
8 % for the first 900 miles,
6 % afterwards.
We recommend MOBILOIL A of the
Vacuum Co. Before filling
the tank
pour petrol and oil into a tin and
shake the tin to ensure an homo­
geneous mixture.
Never use petrol only or mixed in
a lower proportion than described.
Check oil level through the corre­
sponding plug holes. Use for lubri­
cating the gearbox the same oil
as indicated for the mixture (MO­
BILOIL A). During Summer months
or in hot regions use a quality of
oil corresponding to SAE 50 (MO­
BILOIL BB of the Vacuum Co.).
For transmission bevel gears the
use of differential oil is recom­
mended (MOBILUBE GX 140 of the
Vacuum Co.). See Lubrication Dia­
gram.
Carburettor
The max jet, as indicated in the
Main Features, is tuned to meet
every requirement under normal
climatic conditions. At low or very
high temperature in order to avoid
troubles in the engine performan­
ce (pre-ignition, head-knocking,
etc) it is advisable to change the
tuning. If the jet gets clogged, uns­
crew and clean it.
Idle running is obtained by ad­
justing the air inlet horizontal
screw fitted
outside the carburet­
tor.
We recommend that when the Lam­
bretta motor scooter is not used for
a long time, to check that no petroil
is let into the carburettor. Then the­
re will be no chance of oil obstruct­
ing the jet. When next the machi­
ne is required, rock it from side to
side, to ensure that oil and petrol
mix properly. On model Id, to in­
spect the carburettor remove the
right side panel of the covering.
Speed change
The speed change control is locat­
ed on the I. h. twistgrip (fig. 1-2)
and is hand operated.
When changing speed, reduce
throttle, declutch and put in gear,
smoothly rotating the twistgrip.
Then gradually release the clutch
operating lever and accelerate the
engine especially when starting, to
Starting
First check on the indicator to see if
the gear is in neutral (between low
and second gear) ; close throttle
control; on d Model lift the start­
ing device lever to the vertical po­
sition « Av » (See fig. 5). On Id
Model pull the button B, placed
on the left hand panel, in « Av »
position, and then actuate the start­
ing pedal. When the engine has
started, return both lever and but­
ton back to their initial position
« M ».
Fig. 6
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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
L U B R I C A T I O N
Every 1800 miles
Lubricate the indicated points:
INSTRUCTIONS FOR REPAIR SHOPS
D I A G R A M
A
Every 900 miles
(1 ) Rear suspension lever knuck­
les and torsion bar lever (2) Gear­
box: Drain and refill after the first
300 miles (500 km).
During the Summer months or in
hot regions use Mobiloil BB. (3)
Clutch control cable knuckles. (4)
Rear bevel gears. (6) Rear brake
cable knuckles. (7) Rear brake pin.
(8) Rear brake pedalpin. (9) Front
brake cable knuckles. (10) Front
suspension casings. (11) Front
wheel bearings. (12) Front brake
pin. (13) Control and lever knuck­
les on the handlebar (front brake,
throttle, clutch and gearbox).
C = Rear bevel gear casing filler
cap
E = Gearbox oil filler cap
F = Gearbox oil level cap
G = Gearbox oil drain cap
H = Rear bevel gear casing drain
cap
1. Organs to (3) (6) (9) (12)
(13)
Grease gun
Oiler
must
be
lubricated
when
reassembling with MOBILGREASE
n. 5.
2. Organs (14) (15), steering ball
bearings and (5) side covering fa­
steners (Model Id) must be lubri­
cated when reassembling with MO­
BILGREASE n. 2.
3. The front suspension springs to
(16), contained in the fork tubes,
must be coated when reassembling
with MOBILGREASE n. 2.
4. The cavity (17) for the ball
bearing seat on the crankshaft, fly­
wheel magneto side, must be fill­
ed, hen mounting, with BALL BEAR­
Note - The dotted line indicates the
outline of model Id bodywork.
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When overhauling, follow these in­
structions :
ING MOBILGREASE.
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Drain oil and refill
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Simbol explanation: A is Mobiloil A - GX140 is Mobilube GX140
Restablish level
MG2 is Mobilgrease N. 2 - MG5 is Mobilgrease N. 5
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avoid clutch straining and engine
stopping.
After a short practice these opera­
tions will be easily performed. It
is advisable not to engage the
clutch too quickly with the engine
revolving at too high a speed in
order to avoid roughness or skidd­
ing of the rear wheel. The gearbox
provides three speeds with neu­
tral between low and second gear,
as clearly indicated on the gear po­
sition indicator (fig. 1-2).
To put in the low gear, turn the
twistgrip backwards. To change up
from low to second gear turn the
twistgrip forwards until it locks. To
shift from second to top gear com­
plete the rotation of the twistgrip.
To change down from top to se­
cond gear and from second to low
gear, turn the twistgrip backwards.
To change up from low gear to
neutral, half-rotate the twistgrip
between low and second gear until
you feel a slight stop.
Change gear before it is essen­
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tial to avoid high engine revolu­
tions.
Wheels and Tyres
To remove the front wheel, on
both models (fig. 7) first
discon­
nect the brake control cable (A),
then loosen the two cap nuts (B)
fastening the wheel to the trailing
links (C) ; place the washers un­
der the nuts, located within the trai­
ling links. To dismantle the rear
wheel on the model d (fig. 8) loo­
sen the three cap nuts (A) fixing
the rim (B) to the hub (C); be­
fore dismantling the wheel on the
modei Id (fig. 9) remove the left
side panel (A) loosening the fa­
stener (B).
Miscellaneous
During the first 900 miles (1500
km) do not race the engine or
operate over 35 m. p. h. After 300
miles (500 km) it is advisable to
drain oil from the gearbox and the
rear bevel gear casing, and refill
after washing them out with pe­
troleum. Check the bolts on the cy­
linder head and tighten, if neces­
sary. To stop engine, push the le­
ver on the lighting switch box un­
til position M is reached (See Wir­
ing Diagram). Do not run the en­
gine for a long time when the ve­
hicle is at standstill since it is easy
to stop and start again.
Very Important
To remove the tyres from rims, loo­
sen on both models the remaining
three nuts D (fig. 8-9) after first
deflating the tyres.
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE
Every 900 miles (1500 km)
(See Lubrication Diagram)
* Check the gearbox oil level and
pour oil through the plug E un­
til it flows out of the level plug
Fand then add 1 /4 pint oil again.
* Lubricate by means of the grea­
sers the rear suspension spring­
ing lever knuckles and torsionbar lever (1 ), the rear brake
control pin (7) and the rear bra­
ke pedal pin (8).
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* . Lubricate all connections, joints,
control levers with a few drops
of engine oil (MOBILOIL A).
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Every 1800 miles (3000 km)
* Drain oil from the gearbox when
the engine is warm. To drain oil
remove the plug G.
* Put in through the plug E ap­
proximately 1 pint oil.
* Check and re-establish oil level
in the rear bevel gear casing
through the cap C, serving as
Fig. 10
well to establish oil level in the
casing.
* Lubricate the front wheel bearings, injecting by means of the
greaser MOBILGREASE n. 5.
* Lubricate by means of the greasers I the front suspension cas­
ings,
n. 2.
*
injecting
MOBILGREASE
Dismantle the carburettor filter
and remove the foreign matter
accumulated.
* Free the silencer and scrape
away all the carbon.
Every 3000 miles (5000 km)
Brake adjustment
* Detach the engine from the fra­
me and decarbonize the piston
head, the cylinder head and the
exhaust port.
Always apply brakes smoothly. In
order to obtain a gradual braking
operation, adjusters (fig. 11 ) need
particular attention and have to be
given the necessary number of
turns. For the front brake adjust
the nuts A on the handlebar lever;
for the rear one, adjust the sleeve
B and the nut C at the cable end.
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T R O U B L E
Ignition
Check flywheel magneto timing.
Ignition should occur at 26° advan­
ce angle with respect to the piston
u. d. p. corresponding to an arc
of l1//' (31,5 mm) on the FILSO
flywheel magneto periphery and
1-5/16" (34 mm) on the MARELLI
make.
A correct gap of 0.01 97"-0.0236"
(0,5-0,6 mm) must be maintained
between the spark plug electrodes
and the points must be perfectly
cleaned. Remove dirt using a very
thin emery paper.
Routine attention
In case of long inactivity, general
cleaning is necessary:
* Drain mixture from
carburettor bowl;
tank
and
* Clean petrol filters on the tank
and the carburettor;
* Pour some oil into the cylinder
through the spark plug hole and
rotate the crankshaft once or
twice in order to smear the cy­
linder walls with a rust-prevent­
ing oil film.
* Lift the vehicle until the tyres
clear the ground and deflate the
tubes.
* Coat with rust preventing grea­
se all metallic non-painted parts.
* Use petroleum for outside clean­
ing of the engine, but wash
painted parts with water. Wipe
the engine dry with clean rags
and painted parts with chamois
leather. Do not use petroleum
for painted parts since it dama­
ges paint and makes it dull.
Clean plastic parts (levers, light­
ing switch, etc.) with water and
keep them away from petrol be­
cause it corrodes plastic.
* Provide a covering for the vehi­
cle.
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To eliminate troubles in engine performance, first look for the most probable cause. Recheck, if necessary, and following our
directions you will locate the source of the defective operation and be able to repair it properly.
CAUSE
REMEDY
Engine fails to start or stops immediately
Faulty petroil flow to carburettor.
Tank tap closed.
Open the tank tap.
Filter or fuel line clogged.
Clean filter or fuel line.
No spark or weak spark.
Check H. T. contact on the flywheel - Tighten the cable
to the terminal - adjust electrode gap to 0.0197" 0.0236" (0.5-0.6 mm).
Engine knocks
Incorrect fuel.
Drain and replace with correct fuel.
Preignition.
Clean spark plug. Adjust magneto breaker points.
Overheated.
Allow to cool.
Engine missing
Incorrect electrode gap.
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Adjust electrode gap.
Spark plug dirty.
Clean spark plug.
Magneto breaker points dirty
Clean accurately.
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Explosion in carburettor.
FOREIGN
Pre-ignition for overheated spark plug.
Replace spark plug. Use another plug of higher heat range.
Carbon deposits on spark plug.
Clean spark plug.
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Lack of power or engine overheating
Mixture too weak.
Adjust by slightly tighting the air screw on the carburettor.
Incorrect timing.
Adjust timing.
Exhaust port or silencer partially clogged.
Clean exhaust port and silencer.
Cylinder head loose.
Tighten the nuts on the cylinder head.
IMPORTERS
AFRICA DEL SUD-OVEST
METJE & ZIEGLER Ltd.
WINDHOEK - P. O. Box 239.
AFRICA ORIENTALE BRITANNICA
(Kenya, Uganda, Tanganika, Zanzibar):
F. BOERO & C. - Sadler Street-Kingsway
House - NAIROBI.
ALGERIA - OTEINA
ALGER - 86, Rue Sadi Camot.
ARABIA SAUDITA
SAMI KUTBI & BROTHERS
JEDDAH - P. O. Box 247.
ARGENTINA - SIAMBRETTA S. A.
Hipolito Yrigoyen 1311
BUENOS AYRES
ARUBA - BURG1NOS AGENCIES
B. J. Van Bodegom - ORNJESTAD.
AUSTRALIA - LAMBRETTA DISTRIBUTORS
A/sia) Pty. Ltd.
SYDNEY - 350 George Street.
AUSTRIA - RUDOLF SMOLINER
VIENNA - Stubenring, 4.
BELGIO - LUSSEMBURGO
NETCO S.A.
200, Av. Louise, BRUXELLES.
BERMUDE
THE BERMUDA MOTOR & CYCLE ACC. Ltd.
The Lucas House. HAMILTON.
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AGENTS
BRASILE - LAMBRETTA DO BRASIL S. A.
Praga de Republica, 468.
SAO PAULO.
COSTA D'ORO
A. G. LEVENTIS & C. Ltd.
LAGOS (Nigeria).
CAMEROUN
COSTARICA - ALADAR KELLERMAN
S. JOSE' - Apartado 652.
CAMEROUN AUTOMOBILE S. A.
Boite Postale 331 - DOUALA.
CUBA - COMPANIA EUROPEA DE MOTORES
Apartado 226 - LA HABANA.
CANADA'
BENTLEY'S CYCLES AND SPORTS Ltd.
2087, Bleury Street - MONTREAL.
CURACAO - P. M. PORTILLO
P. O. Box 119 - CURACAO.
CANADA' - PERCY A. Mc. BRIDE Ltd.
69, Queen Street - TORONTO.
DANIMARCA - NORDISK DIESEL S.A.
Borgmester Christiansens Gade 55
COPENHAGEN.
CANADA' - FRED DEELEY
606. East Brodway
VANCOUVER B.C.
EGITTO - THE GABRI COMPANY
CAIRO - 51 Ibrahim Pacha Street.
CEYLON - COLONIAL MOTORS LTD.
297 Union Place.
COLOMBO.
CILE - SALINAS FABRES & CIA Ltd.
Avenlda Bulnes 148 - SANTIAGO.
CIPRO - G. TH. PIERIDES & SON LIMITED
42-44 Phaneromeni Street - NICOSIA.
COLUMBIA (Atlantico,
Aniioquia)
Bolivar,
Magdalena,
AUTOTECNICA COLOMBIANA LTDA.
Apartado Aereo 1066
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