Project Description

We are delighted to offer this beautiful 1954 NSU Lambretta 11/150 Scooter to the market.

Specifications

Year Body Transmission Mileage Exterior Colour Interior Colour Price
1954 Monocoque steel frame Manual TBA Maroon Cream seats 4,200

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Car History

NSU’s involvement in making Lambretta scooters occurred in the 1950s and early 1960s when NSU obtained a license from Innocenti, the Italian manufacturer of Lambretta scooters, to produce and market Lambretta scooters in Germany.

The Lambretta 11/150 was powered by an air-cooled, two-stroke, single-cylinder engine with a displacement of approximately 150cc. The “11/150” designation signifies the engine’s power output, indicating that it produced around 11 horsepower, a substantial figure for a scooter of its time.

Like other Lambretta scooters, the Model 11/150 featured the classic Lambretta design characterised by a monocoque steel frame and a streamlined, elegant appearance. It had a step-through design for easy mounting and dismounting.

The Lambretta 11/150 was known for its reliable performance and versatility. With its larger engine size and power output, it was suitable for a wider range of riding scenarios, including longer-distance travel and highway cruising compared to smaller Lambretta models.

The Lambretta 11/150 was part of Lambretta’s lineup during the 1950s and early 1960s. It gained popularity in various markets and became a symbol of stylish and practical personal transportation. With its larger engine and enhanced performance capabilities, was favoured by riders looking for a more powerful and versatile scooter. It remains a collectible and cherished model among vintage scooter enthusiasts for its historical significance and classic design.

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Exterior

Engine

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