Isotta Fraschini, Italian automobile manufacturer (1900-1949) was one of the most innovative in the world. Its reputation has enabled it to be a true world leader in its category.
The Tipo 8A dates from 1924 had an inline 8 cyl engine of 115 hp, a redesigned chassis with a new suspension with very famous Isotta comfort, a gearbox was three synchronized speeds.
From 1914 to 1926, the Maserati brothers worked as mechanics for Isotta Fraschini or Diatto, specializing in improving models intended for racing.
Bindo Maserati remained there until 1932, when he joined Maserati following the death of his brother Alfieri.