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It is recalled for the generation of bikes and micro autos.
At the Paris Salon in 1957 the Vespa 400 was exhibited and generation began that year in the ACMA production line.
From 1957 until 1962 the organization fabricated give or take 34,000 micro autos under licence from Piaggio.
The development of the business included an expansion in livelihood, with the headcount cresting at give or take 2,800 in 1958. This had a real effect on the neighborhood economy, as the number of inhabitants in Fourchambault arrived at 6,242 in 1958, setting off the development in the little town of an extra 200 homes in addition to a kindergarten and a grade school.
By starting its microcars the organization attempted to adjust for the general droop in bike bargains all around mainland Europe, yet it worked out that the micro autos couldn’t contend effectively with adversaries, for example, Citroens 2 CV and the Renault 4. Stock of unsold vehicles started to advance and processing must be backed off. ACMA preparation stopped totally with the conclusion of the little processing plant on 31 December 1962.
Acma Vehicle Model list:
Acma Vespa 400