Anzani, 1920, V 80, Motorcycling.

Starter motor "Anzani" from the '20s.

“Anzani” starter 20s

Blériot used a 2-cylinder V 80° starter with power boosted to 25CV on his plane for the first Channel Crossing.

Alessandro Anzani (Italy 1877 – 1956) made one of the first engines used for aviation in 1908, which was then fitted onto motorbikes and mopeds.

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