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Mhim_27

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William lambretta engine
« on: November 17, 2016, 08:46:09 PM »
Hi hope someone can give me some guidance and may be able help someone's
Project,
I have a William lambretta engine from a micro car (complete) was running many years ago
But has been sat for a while, also have a box of odds and sodds.
Are these worth anything? How do I determine what engine it is ? Any body interested
Many thanks

Barry

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Re: William lambretta engine
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2016, 05:19:14 AM »
Good morning and welcome Mhim_27
I have a Lawil which is similar to a Willam.  I know people who may be interested in your engine.

First thing to do is put some photos on here.  It is very easy but ask if you are in trouble.

Where are you located?

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Re: William lambretta engine
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2016, 07:50:15 AM »
Indeed, as several different units were fitted to these cars over the years. Broadly speaking they are a single cylinder around 125cc, or a twin cylinder 250cc. See below info.

LAWIL

The Lawil S.p.A. is a former Italian automobile manufacturer that began production in 1967. Lawil was located in Pavia, Lombardia. Lawil S.p.A. was a part of the French Lambretta and the Italian Innocenti.

Composition of the brand name: Henri Willame (Director of the French Lambretta) + Carlo Lavezzari (Designer) = LAvezzari + WILlame

Following models were available:[1]
    Lawil Farmer (S1) 123cc (1968-1971, F) / Lawil Varzina (S3) 250cc (1970 - 1980, ITA)
    Lawil Farmer II 125cc (1975-1980, F)
    Lawil Berlina (S4) 250cc (ITA) / Willam City (A1 to A3) 123cc and 175cc (1967-1971, F) / Willam City (A4 and A5) 125cc (1971-1980, F)
    Lawil Pick-Up (C1) 123cc (until 1977, F)
    Lawil Fourgonnette (C2) 125cc (1968-1988, only saled in F)
    Lawil Break (C4) 125cc

WILLAM - refer to good resource http://www.microcarfan.com/index.php/marques/74-willam

CRAYFORD
Crayford Willam Commuter car

The City  - saloon with 5.6 hp 2 stroke Lambretta engine at £758

The Commuter - convertible with 5.6 hp 2 stroke Lambretta engine at £783

The City TC - Saloon with 12 hp Ducatti twin 2 stroke at £838

The Commuter TC - convertible with 12 hp Ducatti twin 2 stroke at £863
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Re: William lambretta engine
« Reply #3 on: November 19, 2016, 08:37:49 AM »
Any luck with some more information or photos Mhim_27?

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Re: William lambretta engine
« Reply #4 on: January 10, 2017, 01:54:32 PM »
Hi, IM martin whos restoring the LAwil belows photo, need info for the ignition fpr my 125ccm engine

didnt get it to run (starts short time and blows down)

has anyone detailinfo which ignition module (complete one ) is used and where I get it??

thx for help
martin

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Re: William lambretta engine
« Reply #5 on: January 17, 2017, 07:56:47 AM »
Hi martin,
No pictures?.


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