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i have made a post on the laforza before on here.

nice truck.

italian style.

ford engine.

there is a small following for this SUV.
 

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The Rayton Fissore Magnum is based on a Fiat Iveco chassis and the original US Laforza prototype was powered by an Alfa V6. It was a bit heavy and needed more torque, otherwise it wouldn't be in the "other italians" section...

I believe it was sold in Europe with Alfa power.
 

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The Rayton Fissore Magnum is based on a Fiat Iveco chassis and the original US Laforza prototype was powered by an Alfa V6. It was a bit heavy and needed more torque, otherwise it wouldn't be in the "other italians" section...

I believe it was sold in Europe with Alfa power.
The Rayton Fissore Magnum was built in Italy as well...which ensures that it would fit into the "other Italians" section...in addition to its Italian brand, European market Italian engines (Alfa Romeo AND Lancia), and Italian design house.

The Laforza was the name of the model as it was sold in the US...with US-installed engine/transmission, but was otherwise built in Italy.
 

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I liked those until i found out that parts for the brakes are no longer made. They arent exciting enough for a garage queen, so eh. Its a cool idea though.
 
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