The Weston Mercury reports that respected British Lambretta collector Nigel Cox, author of “Lambretta: An Illustrated History” and proprietor of Weston Scooter Parts in Weston-Super-Mare, England, is selling his famous Lambretta museum. Cox estimates the collection is worth Â£500,000 and hopes to sell it all for Â£350,000. The article says Americans and “a British consortium of enthusiasts” have placed bids for the museum, which has been open to the public for nearly 20 years. It’s unclear whether Cox, 55, will also close his spares business, which has long been famous as the only source for many original Lambretta parts and accessories, but he does plan to keep his two most prized scooters, the very first and very last Lambrettas ever made.
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From what i have heard….
It is both the shop and the museum as one that are for sale.
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