Carrozzeria Varesina (established 1845 in Varese) was an Italian coachbuilder, known for their work on industrial vehicles such as double-decker buses for both touring and urban transport. Among their models were ten units of the Alfa Romeo "Filobus" 110 AF (1939). They also made prototypes bodies for car manufactures such as Lancia and Zagato.
The Alfa Romeo 1603 situated previously in booth Rolled 12517 cc Cylinders and a bore 125 X 170, 6 cylinders, diesel or methane gas to power producing around 140 HP + with a manual transmission turns to the engine right.
Urban built versions were produced:
- Tallero workshops (12 unity built in 1934 35)
- Macchi (8 units at first with engine to gassogeno built in 1937)
- Varesina (12 units built in 1940)
- Inter-city versions built by coachwork Caprini (2 units built in 1950)
Note: The versions built by Tallero and Macchi had the backwards booth with outside hood originally. Numerous units were damaged during the bombardments in 1943. In the postwar period all the cars were rebuild by Caprini or Varesina bodies, with an advanced booth and diesel engine or to methane. The last examples were produced towards the end of 1960.
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