Lost Ruffler & Walker racer

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Re: Lost Ruffler & Walker racer

Post by gameswat »

Yes Arrgee, spot on. Lambretta LD125 Mk.I 1951 or '52 model. Those two rear holes changed in 1953.
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Re: Lost Ruffler & Walker racer

Post by cheeky »

I'm sure I've played on one of these before. Many, many years ago. I just can't remember where I saw it. I remember thinking 'that's unusual'. Maybe it was that actual one? Did it come from the Yarmouth area Peter?
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Re: Lost Ruffler & Walker racer

Post by mr merrivale »

No sorry, it did not come from Great Yarmouth. It came from up north.
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