1920 – 1923
Restelli (Restelli & Buzio C.) was an Italian automotive manufacturer based in Milan with operations in 1920 through 1923. Enrico Restelli was the owner of a Milanese garage. Felice Buzio was a racing driver, who scored with a race car from Diatto and Isotta Fraschini with considerable success. Together in 1909 they formed the company Restelli & Buzio C. and began designing bicycles and engines for aircraft. A year later the two founders separated. Restelli continue working in the same sector of aircraft engines, but also dealt on a small car project alongside. The vehicle was to have a 1724 cc 4-cylinder engine with 10 hp, but it never came through the design stage and to florision. Restelli began with the construction of a car model with a 1.5 liter engine in 1920. Restelli himself took part in competitions in this car with great success. Although the company existed only until 1923, Restelli was very well known abroad and would also sell some patents.
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