Alfa Romeo 900A
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|Alfa Romeo 900A|
|Engine||6-cylinder 9495 cc|
|Length||10.3 m (410 in)|
Alfa Romeo 900A is a bus produced by Alfa Romeo from 1952 to 1956.
The first model came with a length of 10.3 m. The bus had an Alfa Romeo 1606 engine with 130 HP and 2,000 revolutions per minute, with six cylinders.
Two longer versions were also produced.
- Alfa Romeo 900A by Carponi, 1952 to 1955 - 14 units
- Alfa Romeo 900A by Macchi 1955 to 1956 - 29 units
- Alfa Romeo 900 had a GranTurismo version by Macchi - 4 units.
The Alfa Romeo 900A was used by ATM in Milan, Italy.
- "AlfaSport Club". Alfasport.net. Retrieved 2015-09-26.
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