1914 – 1915
Zambon & C (Officine Meccaniche A. Zambon & C.) was an Italian automotive manufacturer based in Turin with operations in 1914 through 1915. Founded by Giuseppe Cravero, an engineer, who was already was involved in the development of the Florio Motor Car, designed a car that was produced by the company Officine Meccaniche Beccaria in series. In 1914, Cravero even designed a new car and handed over the blueprints to the company Officine Meccaniche A. Zambon & C in Turin. This was produced from June 1914 to 1915 and was named the 4 Z model. The drive was a 3690 cc 4-cylinder engine, which gave its power over a four-speed transmission and a driveshaft to the rear axle. Then they planned a sports and touring under the name "5 Z" was to be constructed. But this was only in the planning stages and then they closed their doors in 1915.
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