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Fiat 619 NT

Fiat 619 NT in Caballos salvajes, Movie, 1995 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Trailer truck (tractor) — Model origin: IT — Built in: AR — Made for: RA

Fiat 619 NT

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

Comments about this vehicle


mm CH

2007-03-27 17:18



carchasesfanatic ES

2007-03-27 17:21


But what is it, Fiat or Iveco :??:

Weasel1984 PL

2007-03-27 17:41


Seems '619' is on the grill, yes. But the make? There was a disscusion about this cab last time /vehicle_94879-Fiat-190-NT-1975.html , but how it was in Argentina and with such different 'Iveco' badge?

-- Last edit: 2007-03-27 17:55:31

antp BE

2007-03-27 19:48


I suppose that we should list it as Iveco Fiat like these: /vehicles_make-Iveco+Fiat.html
(though that I am not sure that they should really carry the two names)

Weasel1984 PL

2007-03-27 19:58


Ok, I still don't know how it is with this one (if Iveco badge is original), but I've found an old brochure and trucks labeled this way /vehicle_84579-Iveco-Fiat-190-T-1978.html should be listed just as Fiat.
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Others with big Iveco logo and small Fiat - /vehicle_21138-Iveco-Fiat-160-NC-1982.html rather as Iveco-Fiat (same like Iveco-Magirus).

-- Last edit: 2007-03-27 20:27:50

datsunZ IT

2007-03-27 21:22


Rare 619 NT('cause tractor),made near Argentinian plants of ex-Fiat-Concord(later Sevel Argentina),which started truck production down there since 1969(the 619 NT was already built in Italy since 1970,in Argentina local production starts around 1971--rather than in Italy,in South-America they retains for much more longtime the original grille of early Seventies','cause Fiat "made in Argentina"trucks follows a different evolution respect corrispective Italian ones with similar names)

PS Unknown if late ones had carried also in Argentina Iveco-Fiat double-badging like in Italy


2007-03-28 11:30


antp wrote I suppose that we should list it as Iveco Fiat like these: /vehicles_make-Iveco+Fiat.html
(though that I am not sure that they should really carry the two names)

I think yes, there where also trucks called Iveco-OM (/vehicle_84703-Iveco-OM-55-1977.html), so Iveco-Fiat does not seems strange.
I would call this a Iveco-Fiat too...

See also info on this page: /vehicle.php?id=94541

-- Last edit: 2007-03-28 11:32:10

datsunZ IT

2007-04-02 00:14


After a bit of research,had find the right name of that Iveco-Fiat truck made in Argentina:was a 619 T3 EA(619 NT was while name of Italian-built counterpart),which former ones were only Fiat-badged,probably Iveco name added on later models in Argentina--in Italy the identical 619 NT was built thru 1970 to 1975 with Fiat Badge only,after 1975 to 1977 with Iveco-Fiat Badges;in Argentina that model seems lasted at least until early Eighties'in local production--and the one depicted could be just of those years,'cause "IVECO"on grille was with the graphism of Brand adopted in Europe on their trucks since 1980--erasing use of the small"I"tag,a day placed or at centre or on one side of grille)

Read also here:


-- Last edit: 2007-04-02 00:34:14


2009-12-07 05:01


FIAT-IVECO made in Argentina, in the plant of Sauce Viejo, Santa Fe.

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