Legendary old trucks

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Legendary old trucks

Postby Ramiro » 01 Nov 2012, 05:05

Roman SR 101

The SR 101 model, produced by the "Roman" manufacturer, started in 1954 and was inspired by the soviet model ZiS (Zavod imeni Stalina) 150.

The total weight of SR 101 is about 4 tons. The engine has 6 cylinders with a capacity of 5.550 cc and a power of 90 CP. The gearbox is manual with 5 speed, and the top speed is around 75 km/h.

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Cylinders - 6
Cylinders Capacity - 5.550 c.c.
Power - 90 CP
Top Speed - 75 Km/h
Fuel Consumption- 29 L/100 Km
Fuel- Petrol
Gearbox - Manual, 5 Speed
Total Weight - 3.900 Kg
Seats Number - 2
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Postby Ramiro » 19 Nov 2012, 04:03

SR are cut-in letter from factory name: Steagul Roşu (red flag), from Braşov (Brashov) - România, which became in time: Intreprinderea de Autocamioane Braşov (Braşov trucks enterprise), Autocamioane Braşov (Braşov trucks), ROMAN SA.

The company was established after World War II on the foundation of the old ROMLOC automotive factory built in 1921.
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Postby Ramiro » 22 Nov 2012, 23:30

The SR 101, and also the soviet truck ZiS 150 (ZiS - Zavod imeni Stalina), were both inspired on the american truck International KR-11, which was manufactured by the International Harvester Cº, between 1941 and 1947, who produced about 9.263 units, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Chatham and Ontario.
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Postby Ramiro » 14 Dec 2012, 05:45

ZIL 130

ZIL-130 is a Russian truck designed and developed by ZIL, in Moscow, Russia.
The first prototypes were built in 1958, and mass produced after 1962.
Zil 130 was one of the most popular cargo trucks in the USSR.
In total, ZIL made 3.380.000 up to 1994.
Since 1995, production moved to the Urals Motor Plant (UamZ, renamed UamZ-43140).
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Re: Legendary old trucks

Postby CRISX » 14 Dec 2012, 21:07

i like to read this topic, Ramiro .

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Postby Ramiro » 16 Dec 2012, 06:32

Thank's for your support, Crisx!
My purpose is to post information about historic trucks from all over the world...
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Re: Legendary old trucks

Postby Ramiro » 04 Jan 2013, 22:50

Sd.Kfz. 7

Was a half-track military vehicle used by the German Wehrmacht, Luftwaffe and Waffen-SS during the Second World War.

The vehicles were designed by Krauss-Maffei , in 1934. The production vehicle starts in Munich, in 1938, and stopped in 1944. Some 12.187 units were built.

Technical Data

Weight – 11.53 tonnes
Crew – 1 driver and 11 passengers
Engine: Maybach HL 62 & HL 64 six-cylinder petrol 140 PS (138 hp, 103 kW)
Fuel Capacity – 215 liters
Speed – 50 km/h
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Re: Legendary old trucks

Postby Ramiro » 27 Jan 2013, 06:53

Berliet

Was a French manufacturer of automobiles, buses and trucks, based in Vénissieux, outside of Lyon, France.
Founded in 1899, works in private ownership until 1967, when it became part of Citroën, and subsequently was acquired by Renault in 1974 and merged with Saviem into a new Renault Trucks company in 1978.
The Berliet marque was phased out by 1980.
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Postby Ramiro » 10 Feb 2013, 00:24

Berliet Tramagal

In 1964, during the portuguese colonial war in Africa, the metallurgical company "Duarte Ferreira" began to built the "Berliet Tramagal” model, in Portugal, in the factory of Tramagal, which also produced the Portaro FMAT.

3.300 Berliet Tramagal were produced (2 trucks per day).
The 2 most important models of Berliet Tramagal were the GBH and GBC-8KT.
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Re: Legendary old trucks

Postby Ramiro » 16 Mar 2013, 20:40

Fiat 643 N

The Fiat 643 is a truck of medium heavy tonnage, manufactured by the Italian brand Fiat, from 1963 till 1970.

Presented in the middle of the Italian economic boom, the truck replaces the Fiat 642 and will be the last of the series 600 to receive the famous Fiat cabin called "baffo", with "mustaches".

Fiat 643N was featuring with a robust structure and the new Fiat 220 engine of 9.1 liters. The qualities of durability, reliability, and versatility will make it very popular.

In 1970 the truck was replaced by the Fiat 673 with its "American" cabin.
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Re: Legendary old trucks

Postby Ramiro » 31 Mar 2013, 05:46

SR 113 Bucegi

Production started in 1964, it had a weight of 5 tons, the car body was the one designed by frenches from Chausson Plant . The engine was a V8, fuel powered designed under the Ford licence, of 5025 cc and 140 CP. A 5 stages gearbox, the 2,3,4 and 5 were synchronized, a maximum speed of 80 km/h and a consumption per 100 km of 29.
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Re: Legendary old trucks

Postby Ramiro » 26 Apr 2013, 20:40

Leopardo

It was built by the portuguese company "Bravia", based in Samora Correia - Porto Alto, and mainly used by the army forces in colonial war in Africa, in 1971.

Besides the model leopard 6x6 (diesel engine 135 hp and Chrysler M318 petrol engine with 212 hp and top speed of 120 km) Bravia also produced the models Gazela, Pantera and Elefante (this one only in project).
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Re: Legendary old trucks

Postby Ramiro » 20 Jul 2013, 05:23

AEC Matador

The AEC Matador was an artillery tractor built by the "Associated Equipment Company" for British and Commonwealth forces during the Second World War.
About 9,000 Matadors were built, some going to the RAF.
The Canadian Army also used the Matador during World War II.
The Matador was distinctive with its flat fronted cab with gently curved roof, wheels at the corners and a flat load carrying area covered by a canvas or tarpaulin tilt.
The cab was made from ash and clad in steel.
It was equipped with a winch, like all artillery tractors.

Here are some curious specifications of Matador:

Weight – 7,75 tons
Engine – AEC 7,6 litre Diesel 95 Hp
Speed – 30 mph
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