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1965 Innocenti Lambretta True 'British' GT200 (TV200)


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  • - Sale Type: CSUK SALE
  • - True 2 Owner 'British' First Registered GT200
  • - Frame Number: TV/3 551503
  • - Engine Number: TV/2 55228
  • - Original Buff Log Book in hand Showing the Scooter First Registered as a 'GT200'
  • - Same owner for the last 51 Years
  • - 18,553 Miles since New - Laid up in 1971 and not Ridden since
  • - Full Cosmetic & Mechanical Restoration in 2015 by 'Sussex Scooters' (£5,500)
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TV (GT).The TV175 was the first two wheeled machine to feature a disc brake from the production line, whilst the disc needs careful looking after and maintenance, it is a worth while addition. Front dampers were also fitted to these machines to improve handling on the flag ship scooter of the time. TV175's are starting to fetch higher prices do to these two features as the more sort after 200cc TV and SX become almost impossible to find. The TV under went production changes in its life span, mainly the side panels were a different shape. Early or late seems not to affect price or desirability, so either version is worth considering. As with the Specials, headset top and bottom along with horn casting are not currently made. Disc brakes used to command very high prices on their own, but are now re made to a very good standard bring the prices to a more acceptable level. The TV200 or GT200 as it was known in the UK was made specially for the UK market to start with. Power mad UK buyers demanded more cc's from Innocenti, but their reluctance to make such models was proven when the made the UK importer honour all warranty claims instead of the factory footing the bill. The TV200 is probably regarded as the flag ship scooter to most collectors, being made in less numbers then the SX200 makes this model one of the hardest and most expensive models to find and buy, sometimes even fetching more then the very early A & B models