Breda Ba 75
The Ba 75 was an experimental prototype produced in 1939 for both the reconnaissance and ground attack roles. Bearing a family resemblance to the Ba 65, the Ba 75 was a shoulder-wing monoplane with a stalky, fixed and liberally strutted undercarriage, powered by the 900-h.p. Isotta-Fraschini K.14 radial.
One prototype was built, intended to use structural components of the Ba.65
Engine: 900-h.p. Isotta-Fraschini K.14
Wing span: 15.60m