What is a Lambretta pacemaker?

History. The Li 150 Special came first in September 1963 and was introduced to help cope with the demand for faster scooters, while staying as a 150 cc (9.2 cu in), by having a new barrel, head and reworked gearbox. The Li 150 Special was marketed as the ‘Pacemaker’ in the United Kingdom by Lambretta Concessionaires.

How many Lambretta golden Specials were made?

150 Specials
The Golden Special however came in a unique gold-metallic colour scheme. The “Golden” badge plus the dark green dual seat additionally set the scooter apart from the standard models. Altogether, 69.529 LI 150 Specials were built, which almost all left the factory in their silver or golden livery.

What cc is a Lambretta Li 150?

148 cm³
Lambretta (Innocenti) LI 150 (series 3)

Vehicle (general)
rear suspension type: shock absorber
Vehicle engine
displacement: 148 cm³
stroke: 58 mm

How much does a Lambretta weigh?

Lambretta V200 Special Flex Dimensions, Aerodynamics and weight
Rear Brakes Dimensions – Disc Dimensions 220 mm (8.7 inches)
Curb Weight (including fluids)
Dry Weight 86.2 kg (190.0 pounds)
Front Percentage of Weight

What is the most desirable Lambretta?

The most sought-after available classic is the fully restored Lambretta SX200 from 1966 or 1967 — a pristine machine can go for £8,000. Who has tried it? du Celebrity Lambretta fans include Jonathan Ross, Nicolas Cage, Liam Gallagher and Paul Weller.

Is the new Lambretta any good?

A big LED brake/indicator unit dominates the back and looks great. Despite the heavy-sounding ingredients, the V200 feels quick on its feet, easily darting in and out of Auckland traffic. The engine produces 8.8kW and 12.2Nm and throttle response is good, although the CVT gearbox takes a few revs before engaging.