A Brief History of the Marque
Founded in Turin by Fontana and Grignani, the firm used Bradshaw horizontally opposed twins of 500 and 580cc with three-speed gearbox and chain drive, with the engine mounted longitudinally, and also used the Bradshaw oil-cooled transverse HO Twin. An early Fongri-built tricycle powered by a V-twin NSU engine was produced, and in the 1920s they built a twin-cylinder 500cc water-cooled model along with a 125cc model.
Production ceased in somewhere between the early 1920s and 1930.
* Sources vary, with Henshaw giving dates of 1919-1925, and another saying they began "around 1908".