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Old 01-11-2019, 02:20 PM   #2933 (permalink)
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The 1963 Stanguellini Colibri is a thing of beauty. 112 mph on only 29 brake horsepower!

https://www.historicautopro.com/1963...ellini-colibri

Engine: mid-mounted Moto Guzzi.

Cylinders: 1, horizontal
Bore and stroke: 68×68 mm
Capacity: 248 cc
Max output: 29 bhp at 8400 rpm
Lubrication: full pressure with delivery and scavenge pumps
Cooling: air through air ducts
Valve gear: twin overhead camshaft driven by vertical shaft and spiral drive.
Fuel Feed: 1 Dell’Orto SS32 carburetor
Ignition: magneto
Clutch: multiple disc
Gearbox: 5 speeds; chain-driven final transmission
Chassis: tubular trellis
Front suspension: independent, lower and upper wishbones, coil springs with coaxial telescopic shock absorbers, anti-roll bar.
Rear suspension: independent, lower and upper wishbones, coil springs with coaxial telescopic shock absorbers
Brakes: disc on front wheels
Wheelbase: 2300 mm
Tracks: front 1100 mm; rear 1050 mm
Body: closed streamlined single-seater
Dry weight: 310 kg

Monza track October 1963,the Colibri driven by Pietro Campanella and Angelo Poggio

set 6 world speed records,the Stanguellini streamliner reach speeds over 180kph.
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