Storero

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Storero Fabbrica Automobili
Industry Automotive
Fate ceased production
Founded 1912
Defunct 1919
Headquarters Turin, Italy
Key people Luigi Storero
Products Automobiles
Storero Type A 25/35 HP 1914

Storero Fabbrica Automobili was a car producer from Turin Italy. It was founded by ex. Fiat racing driver and motoring pioneer of Italy, Luigi Storero in 1912. The company built four- and six-cylinder models until 1919.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1912 - 1919 Storero Fabbrica Automobili, Turin". gtue-oldtimerservice.de. Retrieved 2008-04-01.  (German)