1953 - 1957
Gallmotor, founded by the two Italian technicians Galimberti and Chiarini from Padua in 1954, developed an innovative auxiliary engine. The engine was a 42-cc two-stroke motor. It could run on both diesel and gas because of the variable compression via a rotary knob that was adjustable from 1:8 to 1:18. An important detail was the disassemble of the engine, which can be done within a few minutes with only a screwdriver and two keys.
While the world trade industry was enthusiastically awaiting, Galimberti and Chiarini waited until two years later to put the engine into series production. Despite critical acclaim, waiting to enter into mass production until 1956, they did not get the hoped for success in the marketplace and shortly thereafter, disappearing completely.
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