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A.L.F.A. 24 HP 1910 - The birth of Alfa Romeo

In 1910, a company known as A.L.F.A. (Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica di Automobili) was established in Portello, where it was arose from the ashes of the defunct Societa Italiana Automobili Darracq. The image chosen for the new firm's trade mark had a decidedly Milanese flavour: a red cross on a white field with the Visconti dragon on one side.

The newcomer got started with a 300-(off production run. This was the "24 HP", designed by Giuseppe Merosi, which had 4084 cm3 four cylinder monobloc side valve (L head) engine. Later entrepreneur Nicola Romeo took over the company and his name became linked to cars rolling of the Portello lines. This was the beiginning of Alfa Romeo's brand.

A.L.F.A. 24 HP 1910 Specifications:

Front engine 4 cylinder 4084 cc - 42 HP at 2200 RPM - Top speed: 100km/h

Wallpapers: A.L.F.A. 24 HP 1910 - First A.L.F.A. model, coachwork by Castagna

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