Blueprint FIAT Dovunque 35 Truck 1941

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The SPA Dovunque 35 is a military truck, carrier in 6x4 version, manufactured by the Italian manufacturer S.P.A., a subsidiary of Fiat V.I. between 1936 and 1948. The Dovunque truck, in its first prototype series 33, was born under the name Fiat 612 in 1931 as a successor to the Fiat 611C Colonial off-road. This truck had, like its predecessor, 3 axles. The tests carried out on the prototype revealed the interest of this vehicle, the first batch of which was ordered by the army of the King of Italy at the beginning of 1932. A few months after its presentation to the authorities, during the maneuvers of August 1932, the Fiat 612 was adopted as Dovunque 33 (dovunque meaning everywhere today it looks like all terrain). The first copies were assigned to artillery regiments as command and liaison vehicles. A special version equipped with a 120 mm photoelectric projector was created on this chassis to equip the anti-aircraft batteries in the field. The Fiat Dovunque 33 first entered action during the Ethiopian War. Its off-road capabilities were judged to be excellent, but its engine revealed a lack of power. From 1933, requests for improvements would lead to a new version of this truck, the Dovunque 35, the prototype of which Fiat VI will present at the Centro Studi Motorizzazione on September 16, 1935. Fiat VI will entrust the production of the new model to its subsidiary since 1926 , the company SPA, which will produce the Dovunque 35 under its brand. This vehicle was equipped with reinforced suspensions but above all with a more powerful engine going from 3.0 liters of displacement and 46 HP to 4.0 liters and 55 HP, with a hydraulic brake control. The exterior appearance remained virtually unchanged. If necessary, tracks could be placed on the rear axle. In mainland France, this vehicle was used mainly by chemical warfare units. Italian troops from Libya were also equipped in North Africa for the transport of light artillery pieces and mobile air defense thanks to the installation of a Breda 20/65 machine gun in the caisson. Many special versions were created on the chassis of the Dovunque 35: a mobile observation tower mod.41, a radio center, a photo development laboratory or a version with a closed cabin for the Regia Aeronautica - the army of Italian air. The Dovunque 35 had its baptism of fire in Spain during the Civil War, then was used throughout the Second World War, especially in North Africa and Russia. During the German occupation, requisitioned Fiat-SPA factories continued to produce the Dovunque 35 for the Wehrmacht: 307 copies of this truck rolled off the assembly lines between January 1944 and January 1945. Production continued even after the war. , until 1948, and the Italian army will not separate from it until the 1950s. On our website you can download a drawing of FIAT Dovunque 35 Truck 1941 in pdf svg png jpg ai eps formats Use it for 3d modelling different illustrations typography engineering and design projects All our drawings are made in high quality therefore they can be very helpful in your work study or research.

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