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The Aquila Italiana established as the “Società Anonima Aquila” and rapidly renamed as “Società Anonima Italiana Aquila” was an Italian vehicles maker from 1906 to 1917. The organization was named again in 1909 after it was limb by bank as “Aquila Anonima Italiana di L. Marsaglia”, the Marsaglia part originated from the name of bank possessor’s child Vincenzo Marsaglia, gifted vehicles driver.
Composed by Giulio Cesare Cappa, the autos were huge four- and six-barrel models with ioe motors of a progressed sort. There was an intrusion in development after 1908, yet the organization presented new models in 1911; these emphasized 4192 cc six-barrel motors and ended up being great in numerous races. Around Aquila Italiana drivers were Meo Constantini (later to join Bugatti at Molsheim, where he turned into first a dashing driver and later the Chef d’equipe) and Carlo Masetti (number Giulio Masetti’s senior sibling).
Aquila Vehicle Model list:
1913 Aquila Italiana 20-30 hp Limousine
1913 Aquila Italiana 35-50 hp Roadster
1913 Aquila Italiana 35-50 hp Touring