1944 Fiat-SPA TL37 4x4
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RM Sotheby's - The National Military History Center
8th Dec 2012
1944 Fiat-SPA TL37 4x4
All military vehicles and artifacts offered in this sale are sold "As Is" and "For collector purposes only". These military vehicles and artifacts should never be loaded and/or fired with any ammunition. We make no warranty and/or representations as to the suitability or fitness of these items for use. By purchasing military vehicles and artifacts you hereby and irrevocably waive any and all claims against Auctions America by RM, Inc. and agree to indemnify and hold harmless Auctions America by RM, Inc. from any injuries or death associated with these military vehicles and artifacts. Please note, there may be an associated licensing fee based on the location of licensing, and bidder must satisfy himself as to all licensing and import requirements in his home state or country. Please Note: Information regarding these museum display vehicles was provided by the National Military History Center and has not been independently verified by Auctions America by RM ("AA"). As such, AA does not verify, warrant or guarantee any of this information. Prior inspection and research by the buyer is highly encouraged and recommended. ATTENTION: Buyers are responsible for securing transportation and moving/loading of lots. Lot may be left on display indefinitely in the museum free of charge with a signed loan agreement form. Lots are sold as is, where is. Please note this is being sold on "Bill of Sale" only. Manufacturer: Fiat - SPA, Torino, Italy Production Year: 1944 Engine: Fiat - SPA 18TL ohv, 4.1-liter, 57-hp, liquid-cooled, four-cylinder, gasoline Transmission: Five-speed: five forward, one reverse Brakes: Mechanical Length: 13-feet, 9-inches Width: 6-feet, 1-inch Height: 7-feet, 3-inches (to top of cab area bonnet) Weight: Approximately 3.25-tons Armor: None Armament: NONE on this example - Could be fitted with an 8-mm Breda Model 37 machine gun Maximum Speed: Approximately 25-mph Maximum Payload: 1-ton Markings: Italian Army, Motorized Artillery Unit The Fiat-SPA TL37 light artillery tractor entered production in 1937. Its design reflects the tactical thinking of the Italian military designers of the 1930s. The short wheelbase, high ground clearance and four-wheel steering features were considered necessary to address the mountainous terrain of the anticipated battlefields of northern Italy and southern Europe. The TL37 could be deployed with semi-pneumatic or pneumatic tires. Its 57-hp liquid-cooled engine drove all four wheels via a five-speed gearbox and lockable center differential. It had independent suspension with coil springs in the front and transverse leaf springs in the rear. A winch with 2.5-ton capacity was included along with ammunition stowage and seating for four. Its wheelbase was only 100-inches. SPA TL37s deployed to North Africa were often equipped with even larger tires resulting in very good cross-country capability. The light towing capacity limited the TL37 to only towing small caliber anti-aircraft and anti-tank guns. The SPA TL37 was also produced in an engineers and cargo truck version. A highly modified gun truck version was produced in 1943 for desert patrol use featuring machine guns and a 20-mm or 47-mm cannon. None of which accompany this vehicle.
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