Bring on the little Spaniards
It's 1954 and in the Spanish city Eibar Licensed production of the Lambretta begins in Lambretta Locomociones SA. The result of negotiations between the already existing Spanish company ALFA and Innocenti.
The result is the second scooter built under license in Spain. Production ended in 1989 and during that period the Lambrettas were produced under different names.
If you want to know all the details, and I mean really all the details, you can't avoid Jaime Supereibar's encyclopedia on the subject:
Coming soon ...
Club Lambretta Spain
Both books are not only absolutely required reading, but also an enrichment for every coffee table.
The history of the Lambretta built in Eibar can be roughly divided as follows:
- Lambretta made in Eibar 1954 – 1989
- Lambretta Locomociones SA (LL) (1954)
- Serveta Industrial S.A. (1972)
- Lambretta SAL (1982)
- ORBAR (1986)
Since the Spanish modular system is quite compatible with the Italian one, almost all technical and tuning parts are compatible with each other. Of course there were some peculiarities. And we already offer you a lot:
Air Filter – Lambretta Serveta 8006864 28,90 euros
Suction -LAMBRETTA- Serveta (Series 3) 8006955 16,12 euros
Ignition contacts -MOTOPLAT- Serveta (Lambretta Spain) 8012350 20,90 euros
Capacitor -MOTOPLAT- Serveta (Lambretta Spain) 8012421 11,90 euros
Rear light lens -LAMBRETTA- Serveta (year 1974-1981) 8860035 17,90 euros
Doormat LAMBRETTA- Serveta (4 parts)
for all hydraulic disc brakes as the:
Or this one:
Suction -JOCKEYS- Serveta 125-200cc (Series 3) - SH2/22 - connection width carburetor AW=47mm 8006955N 24,99 euros
with which carburetors such as the Mikuni TM24, the Dellorto SH22 but also the Keihin PWK28 and the Polini 28 mm and 30 mm can be connected to the original Serveta air filter box.