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Fiat S76 "The Beast" year 1910


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    The Fiat S76, also known as "The Beast of Turin," is a historic automobile that gained fame in the early 20th century. Here is a brief overview in English:

    The Fiat S76, nicknamed "The Beast of Turin," is a legendary automobile produced by the Italian automaker Fiat. It was built in 1910 specifically to break speed records and compete in land speed racing events. This massive vehicle is powered by a massive 28.5-liter inline-four engine, which is one of the largest automotive engines ever created. It produces an astounding amount of horsepower, making it one of the most powerful cars of its time.

    The Fiat S76 achieved its peak fame in 1911 when it set a land speed record of 135.5 mph (218 km/h) on a beach in Ostend, Belgium. This record-breaking achievement solidified its reputation as one of the fastest cars in the world during its era.

    Today, the Fiat S76 is a rare and valuable vintage automobile, and a few well-preserved examples can still be found in museums and private collections, serving as a testament to the early days of automotive engineering and speed racing.

    Materials and methods

    Printer: Creality Ender2pro
    speed: 40mm/s
    Printtime: about 50 hours
    Rafts: Yes
    Supports: Yes
    Resolution: Dynamic
    Infill: 30% line
    Filament brand: 195
    Filament material: PLA



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