Ardita (Costruzione Automobili Ing. A. Gallanzi) was an Italian car manufacture baised in Milan that started and closed in 1918. Toward the end of the WWI, Alfredo Gallanzi opened a used car trade. He soon was after acquiring the construction license to develop a small car. The license came from Antonio Chiribiri. The vehicle was produced with a 1325 cc powered 4-cylinder engine that produced 10 hp. They still planned to hold a "8 HP" model with 1108 cc. But there was no major production.
- 1918 Ardita 10 HP
- 1918 Ardita 8 HP, 1-31
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