Viberti

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Articulated trolleybus Fiat 2472 with Viberti body in Milano
Fiat Viberti Monotral CV61
Viberti badge

Officine Viberti was an Italian manufacturer of trailers, coach and bus bodies and mopeds, better known by its integral Monotral chassisless self-supporting coaches and buses. It was based in Turin. Viberti made the Vi-Vi moped from 1955 until 1957 in alliance with the German motorcycle manufacturer Victoria.

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The company was founded in 1922 to build civilian and military transport vehicles and was a supplier to the Italian armed forces during World War II.[1] One of its products was the SPA-Viberti AS.42 armored car.

Viberti is now part of the Acerbi-Viberti Group.[2]

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