1922 - 1925
Constantine Petromilli, continued the sale of stores while keeping the name STAR. Four years later, June 25 1925, the liquidation was complete. After the final statement, it showed a surplus of 107,000 lire, to be distributed to over 70,000 regular shares valued at 25 pounds each, with an allotment equal to one pound and fifty.
A final game of destiny lied in the acquisition of buildings and machinery by the company, a company founded by his brother Matthew Petromilliin in 1906. Of all the brothers only John was in a position over Constantino Petromilli, shortly afterwards he retired, but their companies continue to interact and merge with each other.
The most popular model was the 1075 C.I.P. N which had a 1,075cc four-cylinder engine. In 1924, with production was set in Turin where the Cyclecar era started nearing it's end and C.I.P. closed it's door in 1925.
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