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Lancia Alfa-24HP

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1908 Lancia Pubblicità (Advertising)


The Lancia DIALFA 18/24 HP was the second model built by Lancia, produced in 1908. The car was manufactured with an engine line six-cylinder 3815 cc displacement, derived from the first model of the brand, Alfa Lancia, with a cross-front location and accompanied by a 4-speed manual transmission. The engine develops a maximum power of 40 horsepower and could reach a top speed of 110 kph (68 mph). [1] The car was built only 23 copies, all in 1908.

1908 Lancia Alpha 24hp Source


Also See

Lancia Dialfa-18HP



LANCIA

1907-1918: Alfa-12HP · Alfa-24HP · Dialfa-18HP · Beta-15/20HP · Delta-20/30HP · Epsilon · Eta-30/50HP · Gamma-20HP · Theta-35HP · Zeta-12/15HP
1918-1945: Aprilia · Ardea · Ardennes · Artena · Astura · Augusta · Belna · Dilambda · Kappa · Lambda · Trikappa
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Concept models: Marcia · Medusa · Megagamma · Orca · Sibilo


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1900–1940 Lancia Pre War Timeline
Lancia Automobiles S.p.A., a subsidiary of the Fiat S.p.A. since 1969, car timeline, 1900s–1940s -- Lancia Pre War Timeline Next »
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V4 Lambda Artena Aprilia
Augusta
Straight-4 Alfa-12HP Beta-15/20HP Epsilon Theta-35HP Dikappa
Alfa-24HP Gamma-20HP Eta-30/50HP Kappa
Delta-20/30HP Zeta-12/15HP
Straight-6 Dialfa-18HP
V8 Astura
Trikappa Dilambda
V12 12 cil V