"Brescia" and "Brescia Modifié"
A wonderfully charming Type 23 with "flying" fenders. One of my favourites at the International Rally in Sweden, 1996.
Photo: Jacob Munkhammar, Reference
The "Brescia" was also manufactured under licence in Germany by Rabag, in Italy by Diatto, and in Britain by Crossley.
These engines (this is a in a Type 23) were before the invention of the charcteristic, square Bugatti engine. Still, it was a very advanced little thing.
Photo: Jacob Munkhammar Reference
|| 4 cyl. in-line, 4 valves/cyl., over-head cam
|| 1453cc (68x100) or 1496cc (69x100)
|Supercharger: || -
|Clutch: || wet
|Forward gears: || 4
|Drive: || shaft
|| solid axle,
|| solid axle
| ?single 1/2-elliptical springs?
|| reversed 1/4-elliptical springs
|Brakes: || cable operated drums
|| 2.0 || 2.4 || 2.55
|Track [m]: || 1.15
|Tyre size: || 710x90
I have a small collection of other Brescia pictures here!
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