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 Post subject: Viberti Fiat
PostPosted: Mon Jan 25, 2010 4:57 pm 
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The 1938 small vehicles production, based on Fiat 508L chassis.
A commercial van, the special van for Regie Poste (italian Royal Mail service) with the quick right door and an ambulance.


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 Post subject: Re: Viberti Fiat
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A review of ambulances:
an ambulance for the Regio Esercito (italian Royal Army), based on Fiat 1100 ALR chassis, 1940; an ambulance for the Wehrmacht, based on Fiat 1100 ALR chassis, 1944. The body is entirely made of wood. The factory was requisitioned by the German army of occupation (november 1943-april 1945) and went on a small production using recycled materials because of the shortage of steel.
An ambulance for the Ospedali Mauriziani, a religious order of Turin, based on Fiat 1100 BLR chassis, 1949.


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A Fiat 1100E giardiniera metallica, 1949.


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A review of buses:
An extraurbano (intercities) bus with its wonderful trailer. This is one of last example, based on Fiat 666RN chassis with a 9365cc 105 HP diesel engine V6, 1947.
A 682RN GT (gran turismo) model with plexiglas windows on the roof, typical solution in the '50s, based on Fiat 682RN chassis 1955 with a 10676cc 140HP diesel engine V6, 1955. Another 682RN, an articulated 3-axis model for urban lines, 1955, this was one of the Viberti's specialties.


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A wonderful GT bus with the aerodynamic front "a prua di nave" (bow of ship), based on Fiat 635RNL chassis equipped with the first italian diesel engine, a 8355cc 80HP V6, 1938. The colonial version with a modified engine was presented at piazza San Carlo, in Turin, ready to service in the overseas colonies on the route Massaua-Addis Abeba.


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Another masterpiece designed by Revelli: a 1938 635 RNL van.


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