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|Headquarters||Reggio Emilia, Italy|
Ruggerini Motori S.p.a. was an engine manufacturer that was founded in 1919 in Reggio Emilia, Italy, (which is also where a competitor, and later parent company Lombardini was based]]. Ruggerini built air cooled diesel engines that were available in 1 to 3 cylinders and ranged from 4.5 to 38 horsepower.
Ruggerini had some marketing agreements of some sort with Deutz AG, and some engines were marketed as Deutz Ruggerini.
In 1999, Lombardini Fabbrica Italiana Motori S.p.A. purchased Ruggerini. The brand was eventually discontinued.
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