Made in France
Brief History of the Marque: ACMA
La société A.C.M.A. ( Ateliers de Construction de Motocycles et Accessoires ), an aeronautical firm, produced 123cc, 147cc & 173cc Vespas under license in Fourchambault, near Dijon, France. Manufacture commenced in 1951 and by 1954 they had produced 150 thousand machines. Production continued until 1962 when falling sales of scooters, and also the Vespa 400 microcars which they also produced, caused the closure of the small factory with devasting impact on the small town. The company at its peak employed some 2800 people, and the population of Fourchambault was just a little over six thousand. from 1951 to 1962 They also built Piaggio Vespa 400 Microcars.
Sources: Henshaw, Tragatsch, web
Thu Jul 02 2009
apejack99 at yahoodot com
How do I find out the
year and engine size of my ACMA? I think it's a '56.
Where are the numbers on the engine/frame?
Where to get parts? thanks
San Jose, California, USA
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