In production : Innocenti

The Innocenti factory was a world class facility, as these pictures clearly show.

In many ways, this Mini production line was more advanced than its progenitor back in Longbridge.

Pictures kindly supplied by Henk Schuuring and Gaetano Zagra

Keith Adams

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1 Comment

  1. Great site, I am a Lambretta afficionardo who visits the factory every year from Australia when in Italy on business. The 2 car plant buildings have just been demolished (the last 2 as you head out of the city).

    Would love a better copy of the scooter factory inside shot if you have one.

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