The history of Lawil S.P.A begins in Pavia, Italy in 1967 where Henri Willame along with the automobile designer Carlo Lavezzari were set to create small vehicles using Lambretta parts and engines.
Lavezzari + Willame (Lawil would be the partnership between the two gentleman).
M. Willam was president of Lambretta France, his connections allowing him to create a large microcar empire in France in the next two decades.
Willam was basically a marketing label for a variety of foreign-made vehicles to be sold in France.
As head of Lambretta S.A.F.D. in Levallois-Peret, M.H. Willam first presented Lambretta-engined prototypes at the Paris Salon in 1966, which were actually manufactured by Scattolini in Italy.
In 1967, he formed an alliance with Lawil (which is surely a contraction of Lambretta and Willam) of Italy, which produced a range of microcars sold in France under the names Willam City and Wilam Farmer.
It would appear their main selling point was you didn’t need a proper driving licence to drive one.
ABOUT THE CAR:
After a nut and bolt restoration by a microcars expert this Willam Lambretta Postman Van is now in pristine condition and one of the rarest micro vans in the world today.
Ideal for any advertising and promotional activities or for a micro car collector this amazing little micro-van will impress and be loved by most of those to see it.
Available by Veloce Classic Italia