Unplugged: 1959 ACMA Vespa 400

The name Vespa inevitably makes us think of the most famous scooter in the world, but as enthusiasts know well that it is not just that. Indeed, The Vespa 400 of this article is a rear-engined microcar, produced by ACMA in Fourchambault, France, from 1957 to 1961 to the designs of the Italian Piaggio company.… Read More Unplugged: 1959 ACMA Vespa 400

Indivisible: 1967 Ferves Ranger + 1971 Lawil Varzina S3

Also this week there is an odd couple: this time it’s not about two coachbuilt cars, built by an almost unknown coachbuilder, but it’s about two all-terrain microcars. We are talking about a Ferves Ranger (the larger of the two) and a Lawil Warzina S3: despite their names they were both produced in Italy in… Read More Indivisible: 1967 Ferves Ranger + 1971 Lawil Varzina S3