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1977 Ebro F260

1977 Ebro F260 in 800 balas, Movie, 2002 IMDB

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: ES

1977 Ebro F260

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle


wickey SK

2006-01-13 00:44

What kind of Avia is this??

mm CH

2006-01-13 01:07

Sure it's not an Ebro F260?

antp BE

2006-01-13 10:24

No idea, it was submitted as an Avia, I did not receive more info :/

wickey SK

2006-01-13 13:33

Because I really doubt, that it is Avia - the one from Czechoslovakia..

antp BE

2006-01-13 13:59

Not easy to find information on internet because of the petrol company with the same name :/

wickey SK

2006-01-13 18:38

http://www.avia.cz/ this one is for czechoslovak / czech Avias..

Alexander DE

2006-01-14 01:15

It all starts with FADISA (Fabricacio'n de Automo'viles Diesel, S.A.) in 1956. This company was started to produce vans and small trucks. One of the first was the licence built 'Romeo 2' from Alfa-Romeo. This was later developed into the van/minibus we see here, and also the name was changed to 'Ebro'.

Additionally 'Fadisa' sold Avia trucks on the spanish market (which was restricted for foreign producers during Franco's dictatorship).

The 'Ebro' name was also used for licence built Willys Jeep CJ-3B, 'Jeep Ebro', and in the late 1970s this was changed to 'Jeep Avia'.

Probably this name change from 'Ebro' to 'Avia' took place for the vans, also.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-09-15 19:04

Ebro ended up as part of Nissan, didn't it? I seem to remember seeing "Nissan Ebro" vans in France.

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