Built by Augusto Monaco, in conjunction with Enrico Nardi, Massimo Lancia and Guido Aymini, and named after his dog, this front-wheel drive racing car was powered by an air-cooled, cross-mounted V2 engine and equipped with semi-cantilever spring suspensions with fibre strips between the leaves to damp vibrations.
It took part in many hill climbs and chalked up 180 km/h for the flying kilometre at Monza.
|Engine:||trasversale a 2 cilindri a V
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|Max power output:||65 CV a 5400 giri/min|
|Max speed:||180 km/h|