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TV or not TV, that is the question

Kev Cocklin's subtle yet striking green and black Turismo Veloce, TV, street racer Lambretta is genuinely different from most examples of Innocenti's one-time flagship model. Broadly speaking, most tend to follow a restored to factory specification or an unrestored path. Popular variants on the aforementioned often include a 60s-inspired street scooter paint job, with or without either a few or a number of period accessories. Conversely, and also in vogue, was the introduction of an appearance which suggests a classic old Lammy liberated from years of neglect in a derelict outbuilding or an overgrown part of a backyard. Kev’s Series3 TV fits neither template. Although not totally unique, it is unusual for a TV 175 Lambretta to be the metal canvas

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