No. 1752. Gabardini Lictor 130
Photographed at Cameri, Italy, source unknown

Gabardini Lictor 130

Remarks by Carlo Soliani: "This sole three to four seat aircraft was a development of Lictor 90, refined, streamlined, slightly enlarged and equipped with a more powerful engine. It is not confirmed that the Lictor 130 was a new airframe; according some reports it seems that just the Lictor 90 airframe was modified and re-named. Anyway, this is the last model of aircraft produced by the Gabardini firm, that on April 30, 1936 changed his name in CANSA. This company (now controlled by Fiat) retained the existing Gabardini production facilities at Cameri."

Created September 1, 2002