Another addition of Naixoterk's unpublished works (completed by yours truly
Breda Ba.64 was a mid-1930s ground attack aircraft, first flown in 1934 and introduced in 1937, it was produced in small numbers for Regia Aeronautica until it was replaced by Breda Ba.65.
It should be noted, that color schemes for this aircraft are in extremely short supply, so I could do only these two. Sadly, I couldn't find a paint scheme of a single aircraft serving with Aviazione Legionaria in Spain, nor of any of two aircraft exported to Soviet Union.
Italy, Breda Ba.64
Breda Ba.75 was a 1939 prototype of a army co-operation aircraft with ground attack capability.
Italy, Breda Ba.75
In the early years of World War 2 Regia Aeronautica lacked a succesful dive-bomber of domestic design. Several aircraft attempted to fill that role, but eventually Italians were forced to purchase German Ju-87 Stuka aircraft. Breda Ba.201 was designed in order to rectify this situation and first prototype was flown in 1941, but trials shown that it offered no significant improvement over Ju-87 and project was eventually cancelled.
Italy, Breda Ba.201