The Obice da 210/22 modello 35 was a well designed Italian howitzer first deployed in 1938. It performed well, but built too few in numbers.
The Savoia Marchetti SM.84 was an Italian WWII bomber designed to replace the SM.79. The aircraft handled poorly and was phased out for the Cant Z.1007.
The high performance civilian aircraft Ambrosini SAI.7 led to the concept and development of the Ambrosini SAI.207 and SAI.403 light fighters in 1942.
The IMAM Ro.57 was an attempt by Italian engineers to supply the Regia Aeronautica with a modern heavy fighter to support and substitute its older fighters.
CANT Z.506 was an Italian three engine low wing seaplane first flown in 1935. The military version, CANT Z.506B was one of the best floatplanes ever built.
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