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  • ...[[Fiat]] group. The company is based in [[Maranello]], near [[Modena]], [[Italy]]. ::'''[[History of Ferrari]]''' ''for details on the Ferrari automobile company''
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  • ...camshafts, four valves per cylinder and twin ignition. However, the onset of [[World War I]] halted automobile production at ALFA for three years. ...Romeo with the [[Alfa Romeo 20/30 HP|Torpedo 20-30 HP]] becoming the first car to be badged as such.Their first success came in 1920 when [[Giuseppe Campa
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  • [[Image:GPItaly.jpg|thumb|left|250px|'''Grand Prix of Italy''']] ...on open roads there were frequent accidents with the resulting fatalities of both drivers and spectators.
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  • ! colspan=2 |'''History of Lamborghini''' ...thumb|290px|right|'''Lamborghini Diablo at [http://www.woiow.com Wheels Of Italy]]]'''
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  • ...'s trademarks is the use of letters of the [[Greek alphabet]] as the names of its models. The Lancia CEO is Olivier Fran├žois. ...produced from 1908. This car had a small four cylinder engine with a power of 58 bhp.
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  • |Company type || [[Public company|Public]] (subsidiary of [[Fiat|Fiat S.p.A.]]) |Location country || [[Italy]]
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  • ...r|sports cars]] in the world. The original Bugatti failed with the advent of World War II, but has been resurrected twice, most recently under the [[Vol ...cess culminated with driver [[Jean-Pierre Wimille]] winning the [[24 hours of Le Mans]] twice (in 1937 with [[Robert Benoist]] and 1939 with [[Pierre Vey
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  • |Base || [[Faenza]], [[Italy]] ...]] with little success, nevertheless acquiring a small but loyal following of fans. In [[2001]], Minardi sold his team to Australian businessman [[Paul S
    70 KB (9,209 words) - 20:03, 12 November 2012
  • |Location || [[Bresso]], [[Italy]] ...ndustrialists of [[Bresso]], a small town on the outskirts of [[Milan]] ([[Italy]]), changed his production portfolio to mopeds and motorbikes instead (Isom
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  • ...Milan which only the most elite could own. Today Isotta-Fraschini is a set of several companies. ...founders, [[Cesare Isotta]] and [[Oreste Fraschini]]. This high-end luxury car marque was established as Fabbrica Automobili Isotta-Fraschini. Prior to es
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  • ...tyle="text-align:center"|'''200 Miglia di Imola 1972-2012<br>The Beginning of a New Era''' ...749.jpg|thumb|250px|right|'''Ducati 749 at [http://www.woiow.com Wheels Of Italy]]]'''
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  • |Location || {{flagiconItaly}} [[Varese]], [[Italy]] ...torcycle]] manufacturer founded in 1945 near [[Milan]] in Cascina Costa, [[Italy]].
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  • ...ls WERE [[motorcycles]] [[engines]] with a roller drive mounted on a frame of a bicycle. The engines were produced by others manufactures, but later '''B ...popular [[Motorcycle Trials|trials]] bikes. In 2005, they launched a range of [[enduro]] motorcylces using [[KTM]] engines.
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  • ...humb|right|250px|'''1948 Gilera at [http://www.wheelsofitaly.com Wheels Of Italy]''']] [[Image: First LogoGilera1909WP.jpg|right|thumb|120px|'''The Gilera logo of 1909''']]
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  • ...nufacturer. The company also manufactures [[shotguns]], although this part of the business is now a separate company from the motorcycle side. ...enelli Racing Team was in the thirties an almost unbeatable force. Picture of [[Raffaele Alberti]] and to the right [[Amilcare Rossetti]]'']]
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  • ...DB2.jpg|thumb|300px|right|'''Bimota DB2 at [http://www.woiow.com Wheels Of Italy]]]''' '''Bimota''' is an [[Italian]] [[motorcycle]] [[company]] located in the city of [[Rimini]].
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  • Until the end of [[War World II]] Malaguti had to stop production while [[Italy]] was invaded and later on when its owners were hiding in the mountains fro ...the [[Vietnam war]] era of the 1960s and 1970s, Malaguti exported over 70% of its first scooters to Vietnam. The first 50cc Malaguti scooter was called t
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  • ...]] was covered completely by a steel cowling to appeal to a broader market of people, often turned off by the dirty/greasy stereotype often applied to [[ ...woivespa.jpg|350px|thumb|'''Vespa going to [http://www.woiow.com Wheels Of Italy]]]'''
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  • [[Image:ABC.jpg|thumb|300px|'''Autobianchi at [http://www.woiow.com Wheels Of Italy]]]''' [[image:Logoautobianchi1.gif|thumb|180px|'''Autobianchi badge on a car's front fascia''']]
    12 KB (1,756 words) - 01:16, 7 February 2012
  • | Foundation || {{flagiconITA}} [[Turin]], [[Italy]] (1912) | Location country || [[Italy]]
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