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Monday, December 15, 2014

Relive the biggest car's engine in the world after 100 years

This car was first created in 1910, under the name Fiat Tipo S76 using a giant 4-cylinder engine with a capacity of 28.5 liters and known as 'The Beast of Turin'.
Fiat Tipo S76 in his heyday. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1zbVEHX)
The car is one of the classic cars made specifically for broke the car's record with the highest speeds on the streets in the 20th century ago.

After 100 years of existence which began indelible, Duncan Pittaway, an automotive enthusiast and his crew managed to find the 'legendary' chassis belonging to one of only two Fiat S76 ever made in the world.
Fiat Tipo S76 after rebirth. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1IjNaTw)
By dedicating ourselves to 12 year workmanship full of sweat, dedication and obsession, they finally managed to revive historic mounts that use the world's largest automobile engine which almost disappeared during the century.
As we all know this car uses a 4-cylinder engine with a capacity of 28.5 liters, which is the old engine equipped with overhead cam valve operation and multi-spark technology is capable of producing power of 300 hp with a burst of up to 1,876 Nm of torque, as quoted from Carbuzz, on December 4, 2014. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARBUZZ]
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