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Ambrosini S.A.I.3 Ambrosini S.A.I.3

1937

Designed as a two-seat light training and touring low-wing monoplane, the Ambrosini S.A.I.3 was an ...

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Sergio Stefanutti designed the Ambrosini S.A.I.7 two-seat high-speed tourer monoplane between October 1938 and April ...

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Ambrosini S.7

1939

Ambrosini S.7

S.A.I. (Ambrosini) S.S.4 S.A.I. (Ambrosini) S.S.4

1939

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The potentialities of the wooden lightweight single-seat fighter were under investigation in several countries during the late ...

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S.A.I. (Ambrosini) S.107

1940

S.A.I. (Ambrosini) S.107

S.A.I. (Ambrosini) S.207 S.A.I. (Ambrosini) S.207

1940

Evolved from the S.107 lightweight single-seat fighter and featuring a similar wooden structure with monocoque fuselage, the ...

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The ultimate development of the Stefanutti-designed wooden lightweight fighter, the S.403 Dardo (Dart), which flew for the ...

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S.A.I. (Ambrosini) S.403 Dardo

1943

S.A.I. (Ambrosini) S.403 Dardo

Ambrosini Sagittario Ambrosini Sagittario

1953

After tests with a 45 sweptback wing fitted to an otherwise standard Ambrosini S.7, thus ...

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Ambrosini S. Freccia

1953

Ambrosini S. Freccia

Ambrosini (Aerfer) Sagittario II Ambrosini (Aerfer) Sagittario II

1956

After tests with a 45 sweptback wing fitted to an otherwise standard Ambrosini S.7, thus ...

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Basically similar to the Sagittario II, the Aerfer Ariete (Battering Ram) was built by Industrie ...

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Ambrosini (Aerfer) Ariete

1958

Ambrosini (Aerfer) Ariete



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