1100 Sport Internazionale

Engine: front mounted, based on Fiat 1100; cast-iron block, light alloy head; Stanguellini production since 1949 (cast-iron block, light alloy head)

Cylinders: 4

Bore and stroke: 68×75 mm (72,4×66,6 mm since 1956)

Capacity: 1089 cc (1097 cc since 1956)

Max output: 60 bhp at 6000 rpm (85 bhp at 7000 rpm since 1949; 96 bhp at 8000 rpm since 1956)

Lubrication: full pressure by submerged gear-type oil pump

Cooling: forced water circulation

Valve gear: pushrods; double chain-driven overhead camshaft since 1949)

Fuel feed: 2 Weber DR4 SP 32 carburetors (2 double-choke Weber 35 DCO and 40 DCO 28 carburetors since 1949)

Ignition: coil and distributor

Clutch: single dry-plate

Gearbox: 4 forward speeds + reverse (5 speeds + reverse since 1960)

Chassis: frame with side and cross tubular members

Front suspension: independent, lower A arms with upper transversal leaf spring, hydraulic telescopic shock absorbers (lower and upper arms, coil springs with coaxial telescopic shock absorbers since 1950)

Rear suspension: live axle with semi-elliptic springs and hydraulic shock absorbers (coil springs with coaxial telescopic shock absorbers since 1951)

Brakes: drums

Wheelbase: 2260 mm

Tracks: front 1210 mm; rear 1210 mm

Tire size: front 5.00-15; rear 5.20 -15

Body: two seater-roadster, built of aluminium; motocycle-type mudguards fitted since 1953

Dry weight: 550 kg

Production period: 1947-1957