Alfa Romeo 902A
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|Alfa Romeo 902A|
|Engine||6-cylinder 9495 cc|
|Length||11 m (430 in)|
Alfa Romeo 902A is a bus produced by Alfa Romeo between 1957 and 1959.
The bus used a body built by Sicca and had an Alfa Romeo 1606 engine with 130 hp. It also had two wheelbases at a length of 11 m. Featuring two doors, it provided space for 40 passengers. The engine used diesel as fuel.
- Alfa Romeo 902AU
- Alfa Romeo 902AS
The 902A was used in the ATM system in Milan
58 copies were produced of this type.
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