History of the Lambrettas

My dad used to have a mustard Vespa he used to scoot around in the 60s or 70s. In the olden days, he called it Labretta, not too sure initially but I found out the history after searching for scooters myself. Check out the antique Lambrettas that I saw while browzing the internet last week.
An Antique Lambretta

3-wheel Vespa

The history of Lambratta / from Wikipedia
The Lambretta was a line of motor scooters orginally manufactured in Milan, Italy, by Innocenti but also manufactured, under license by Société Industrielle de Troyes" (S.I.T.) in France, NSU in Germany, Serveta in Spain, API in India, Pasco in Brazil, Auteca in Colombia, and Siambretta in Argentina. In 1972, the Indian government bought the Milanese factory and the rights to the Lambretta name, creating Scooters India Limited, or SIL. Today, the Innocenti brand name rights are owned by Fiat, where as the Lambretta, and Lambro, brand names are owned by SIL and are licensed to many companies who want association with the iconic brand, including: Taiwanese manufactured scooters; Indian light vehicle engines; British fashion clothing; and Chinese produced watches.