1920 – 1924
A.M. was founded in 1920 by Armino Mezzo who mainly designed small cars, which are often based on motorcycles and that same year had built and launched their first vehicle, a cyclecar. It was called the Salza, a three-wheeled car, which was given the name “Moto Cor” and Tipo 7 HP in the trade. In 1921 the slightly larger model the 9 HP was added. The production lasted until 1923. Alternatively, there were these vehicles with two-or three-seat body. In 1924, a four-wheeled car was designed under the name of Edita. This had an air-cooled 2-cylinder engine with 1020 cc in conjunction with a three-speed gearbox. This vehicle did not go into production. Do to funds running out this forcing them to shut the doors in 1924.