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Chassis no. 055352 - Engine no.
Coachbuilder: Motto
Categories: E- Historic event cars; L- Limited edition cars (no. 3 manufactured, no. 2nd built)
Owner: Private Collection
This car has a Gilco modified chassis. It ran Mille Miglia and Targa Florio in 1952 and Mille Miglia and Coppa d’Oro delle Dolomiti in 1953, among others races in the 50s.
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The strong competition, especially with Stanguellini and O.S.C.A.'s cars, became increasingly fierce and convinced the Florentine builder to abandon his project to developed the Ermini-Fiat engine in favour of designing, with the help of engineer Alberto Massimino, a new four-cylinder engine. “114” stood for the engine displacement and the number of cylinders, which was common practice at the time. To increase the power of the engine was adopted a solution which provides an aluminium block with five main bearings with a new project of twin overhead cam.

The new engine, designed and built entirely by Ermini, was one of the few racing engines that did not come from other standard propelling forces, thereby giving further prestige to the Florentine car constructor. Thus, car registrations began to have the word “Ermini”, without the suffix “Fiat”, while maintaining the official set of numbers of the chassis. The Florentine car constructor could, therefore, use its own progressive numbering system for its engines.

In 1952 the 3rd car built the previous year was equipped with the new Ermini engine for Attilio Brandi. The torpedo-shaped car
complied with the new regulations of the International Sporting Code which required the fenders to be attached directly to the body – that is why it took the name of Ermini Sport Internazionale.

That same year, with the new engine, Motto of Torino set up two more cars, this time with covered wheels as required by the new rules, one of them was for Aldo Terigi and the other for Ugo Puma.
These cars had a Gilco 203 chassis, modified at the rear for Ermini, and lighter “cantilevered” leaf springs.

Chassis 055352 is the Aldo Terigi car that raced the Mille Miglia in 1952 with Pugi but did not finish the race. Terigi won instead of the class in the Targa Florio and he came 2nd in class at the Coppa d’Oro delle Dolomiti. In 1953 Aldo Terigi won the class during the Coppa della Consuma and at the Coppa Balestrero. It also ran the Mille Miglia in 1953 with Bernardeschi without success. This car ran several races, and in 1956 it was bought by the Scuderia Centro Sud.
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owner: Aldo Terigi | Italy
3rd May 1952 - 4th May 1952
Mille Miglia
| Brescia - Roma - Brescia | Italy
driver: Aldo Terigi
entry number: 342
29th June 1952
Targa Florio
| Palermo | Italy
driver: Aldo Terigi
entry number: 16
14th September 1952
Cagliari - Sassari - Cagliari
| Cagliari | Italy
driver: Aldo Terigi
entry number: 20
25th April 1953 - 26th April 1953
Mille Miglia
| Brescia - Roma - Brescia | Italy
driver: Aldo Terigi
entry number: 347
12th July 1953
Coppa d'Oro delle Dolomiti
| Cortina d'Ampezzo | Italy
driver: Aldo Terigi
entry number: 45
15th August 1953
12 Ore di Pescara
| Pescara | Italy
driver: Aldo Terigi
1956
owner: Scuderia Centro Sud | Italy
17th June 1977 - 19th June 1977
Mille Miglia
| Brescia-Roma-Brescia | Italy
driver: Edoardo Tenconi
co-driver: Meris Bandera
entry number: 65
17th May 2012 - 20th May 2012
Mille Miglia
| Brescia - Roma - Brescia | Italy
driver: John Piccin
co-driver: Timothy Piccin
entry number: 146


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