On this page you will find pictures of the remaining motors.
(11 Sorianos, 3 Hors-Bords Jean Dupuy, 4 Romanis, 1 Romani Soriano mix)
This 4 Cylinder was one of two that made it to Sweden in 1931. It was used in 1931 and 1932 by Swedish racer Eric Pehrson. He decided to buy a 6 cylinder in 1932, but never brought one back to Sweden. This 4 cylinder was sold and later droped in a wall as it was being poured. Sweden (buried in wall)
This is also a Dual Cam Motor. Jean Dupuy heads, Romani Super charger, Soriano Lower unit. This one was raced in
the 40's and 50's by French racer Auguste Gerbaud. Hors-Bord Jean Dupuy (with Romani Supercharger)
in 2016 the motor was acquired by a Spanish collector.
This is a Dual Cam Romani Motor. It is equipped with a Romani Lower unit, and a Romani Super Charger. It was raced in the European Class X championships by German racer Robert Richter. In a Museum... Deutschland
Another one of Romani's master piece. Lower unit removed to prevent injury.
This was the most successfull engine. Raced in the late 40's and 50's by two italian brothers Renzo and Augusto Romani. It has a Romani crankcase, Romani lower unit, Alfa Romeo super charger specialy built for Romani by it's racing department, and Jean Dupuy heads. it was also equipped with dual carbs. Most of this Romani engine ( 95 %) was built post war by Romani. It even bears the name "ROMANI" on the back of it's crankcase. During class X races it was refered to as a Romani-Soriano.
This late 40's Romani motor was the spare engine used as a backup. it's original lower unit was removed and sold... it is now mounted to a French made 30's Dupuy 4ft drive for looks...