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Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Autocarro Fiat 665 NM Scudato (Italian Armored Troop Carrier)



Autocarro Fiat 665 NM Scudato (Italian Armored Troop Carrier) 

A Fiat 665 NM Armored Truck destroyed in a Tito's partisans ambush to an Italian-German convoy, between Comeno and Rifembergo in Slovenia, February 2, 1944.

The Fiat 665 NM Scudato distinguished to the Fiat 626 NM Scudato (among many others differences) by carrying 8 portholes instead of 6 of the latter. Apart from these two basic models, both the Italian and the German made about these or other chassis a significant amount of improvised armored trucks, of similar design to the standards Fiat 665 NM and 626 NM.



Autocarro Fiat 665 NM Scudato (Camión Blindado Italiano para trasporte de tropas)

Un Camión Blindado Fiat 665 NM destruido durante una emboscada de los partisanos de Tito a un convoy italo-alemán, entre Comeno y Rifembergo en Eslovenia, el 2 de febrero de 1944.

El modelo Fiat 665 NM Scudato se distinguía del Fiat 626 NM Scudato (entre otras muchas diferencias) por llevar 8 troneras en lugar de las 6 de este último. Aparte de estos dos modelos básicos, tanto los italianos como los alemanes realizaron sobre éstos u otros chasis una importante cantidad de camiones blindados improvisados, de diseño similar a los estándares Fiat 665 NM y 626 NM.