AMBULANCES part IX international Ambulances on Alphabet from I till K

AMBULANCES part IX international Ambulances on Alphabet from I till K

1953 – IFA F8 Krankenwagen

1955 IFA F8 Kombi-Hearse 1983 IFA Wartburg 353W 1986 ifa-barkas-b-1000-ambulance-1986 IFA Framo V901-902 Bestattungswagen – Leichenwagen DDR IFA Granit 27 IFA Phänomen és Fiat 1100 (a nagy a Phänomen) IFA Robur Ambulance a IFA Robur ambulance IFA Framo

Imperial 1927 Cadillac, 1939 Chevrolet, 1951 Pontiac, 1957 National Landau, 1959 Crown, 1959 Memphian Chrysler, 1959 National, 1964 National and 1977 Chrysler Ambulances and Hearses.

International Harvester Ambulances


Isuzu Ambulances

IVECO Resque Units and Ambulances

Jaguar Ambulance and Hearses

JEEP – Kaiser – Willys – Willys Overland – Holden – Horton Quick Responders and Ambulances

1915 Jeffery Ambulance en Hearse (Hansen)

Buses + more IVECO CNH Industrial Group



an acronym for Industrial Vehicles Corporation, is an Italian industrial vehicle and bus manufacturing company based in Turin, Italy, and entirely controlled by CNH Industrial Group. It designs and builds light, medium and heavy commercial vehicles, quarry/construction site vehicles, city and intercity buses and special vehicles for applications such as firefighting, off-road missions, the military and civil defence.

This name IVECO first appeared in 1975 after a merger of Italian, French and German brands.

Its production plants are in Europe, China, Russia, Australia, Africa, Argentina and Brazil, and it has approximately 5,000 sales and assistance points in over 160 countries. The worldwide output of the company amounts to around 150,000 commercial vehicles with a turnover of about 10 billion.

CNH Industrial

CNH Industrial N.V.
Type Joint stock company
Traded as
Headquarters Basildon, Essex, United Kingdom
Key people Sergio Marchionne (Chairman)
  • Agricultural Equipment
  • Construction Equipment
  • Trucks and Commercial Vehicles
  • Buses, Special Vehicles
  • Industrial and Marine
  • Powertrains
Revenue € 25.778 billion (2013)
Total assets € 40.941 billion (2013)
Total equity € 5.556 billion (2013)
Owner(s) Exor (27.20%)
Employees 71 192 (end 2013)

CNH Industrial N.V. is an American-Italian company registered in the United Kingdom that, through its various businesses, designs, produces, and sells agricultural equipment and construction equipment (Case and New Holland brand families), trucks, commercial vehicles, buses, and special vehicles (Iveco), in addition to powertrains for industrial and marine applications (FPT Industrial). Present in all major markets worldwide, CNH Industrial is focused on expanding its presence in high-growth markets, including through joint ventures.

1995 Iveco Den Oudsten Alliance B89 Ned1995 Iveco Den Oudsten Alliance B89 Ned


CNH Industrial N.V. was incorporated in November 2012 and became operational at the end of September 2013 following the integration of Fiat Industrial S.p.A. and CNH Global. N.V. Fiat Industrial, a global leader in the capital goods sector, was created on January 1, 2011 through thedemerger of CNH, Iveco and FPT Industrial from Fiat Group. One of the top players worldwide in the agricultural and construction equipment sectors, CNH was created in November 1999 through the merger of New Holland N.V. and Case Corporation.

11 Iveco TurboCity-U 480 bus in Bucharest, Romania (operated by RATB) Iveco TurboCity-U 480 bus in Bucharest, Romania (operated by RATB)

The company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange and on Borsa Italiana: it is a constituent of the FTSE MIB index.


02 Iveco Indcar Mago 2 midibus in Jyväskylä, Finland.Iveco Indcar Mago 2 midibus in Jyväskylä, Finland

Iveco was incorporated on January 1, 1975, with the merger of five different brands: Fiat Veicoli Industriali (with headquarters in Turin, Italy), OM (Brescia, Italy), Lancia Veicoli Speciali (Italy),Unic (France) and Magirus-Deutz (Germany).

Following the merger, the newly founded Iveco began rationalizing its product range, manufacturing plants and sales network, while keeping the original brands. From 1975 to 1979, the Iveco range included 200 basic models and 600 versions spanning from 2.7 tons of GVW for a light vehicle to over 40 tons for heavy vehicles, not to mention buses and engines.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA2008 Dayron Iveco Indcar Dayron at the 2008 FIAA

In 1978 Iveco launched the first product in the range of light vehicles branded Iveco, the Daily. The product was originally conceived as a small industrial vehicle, reliable and structurally sound.

In 1980 Iveco built the first turbo diesel engine for heavy industrial vehicles.

1998 Iveco1998 Iveco © Traveller Homes

In the 1980s the corporate strategy was heavily oriented towards brand promotion and led to the sponsorisation of sports events, such as the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow, the Davis Cupin 1982, the Jacques Cousteau expeditions in the Amazon basin in 1983 and the Raid Pigafetta, during which the Iveco-Fiat 75 PC 4×4 was first to make a full circle of the globe. Two new divisions were also formed: bus diesel engines and firefighting vehicles.

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In 1984 Iveco launched the TurboStar, a heavy on-road vehicle that became a best-seller in Italy and an important player in the European market, reaching a total of 50,000 units sold in seven years.

In 1985 Iveco made the first light diesel engine with direct injection.

2010 Iveco For War2010 Iveco For War Concept

From 1986, Iveco S.p.A. held a 52% stake in Iveco Ford Truck Ltd, a joint venture (and effectively a merger) with Ford of Europe‘s truck division. Ford plants took over production and sales of the major vehicles in the Iveco range and continued production of the Ford Cargo.

In the mid-1980s, Astra, which produces dumpers and construction site/quarry vehicles in Piacenza, became part of Iveco Group.

2013 Iveco Bus Ellisup met elektro motoren in de wielen2013 Iveco Bus Ellisup met elektro motoren in de wielen

In 1989 the first diesel engine with EGR to reduce polluting emissions compatible with commercial vehicles was produced and the new Daily launched that same year was fitted with it.

In 1990, the group purchased 60% control of the Spanish industrial company ENASA, which owned the industrial vehicle builder Pegaso.


In the 1990s, the EuroCargo, EuroTech, EuroTrakker and EuroStar vehicles represented a total facelift for the range. The EuroCargo and the EuroTech were named “Truck of the Year” in 1992 and 1993 respectively and, for the first time, this recognition was awarded to the same manufacturer for two years in a row.

In 1991, the English company Seddon Atkinson was purchased and brought its long heritage of special vehicles for the construction and garbage collection industries.

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That same year, the first TurboDaily assembly line was inaugurated at the Nanjing Motor Corporation in China.

In 1992, Iveco took over the primary constructor of industrial vehicles in Australia to form Ital, originally called International Trucks Australia and, in 2001, Iveco Trucks Australia Limited.

IVECO 59-12 K916 VDVIVECO 59-12 K916 VDV

In 1995 Iveco signed an agreement with Yuejin Motor Corporation of Nanjing to form the Naveco joint venture for the production of light vehicles and diesel engines. In the meantime, the firefighting vehicles division signed an agreement with Sinopec Group for the assembly of special vehicles with foam extinguishers in China.

In 1996 firefighting activities in Germany were structured under the company Iveco Magirus Brandschutztechnik GmbH. The following year, these activities were boosted by the arrival of an Austrian company, Löhr, which then became Löhr Magirus. The Italian plant in Foggia broke the record of 2.5 million engines produced in 20 years, and in 1999, the production of diesel powertrains reached its highest volume of 405,000 units.

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In 1998 Cursor 8 came out, followed the next year by Cursor 10, the first diesel engine with a variable geometry turbine and the first common rail diesel engine for heavy industrial vehicles.The 125th anniversary of the presentation of the first Magirus ladder was celebrated together with the delivery of the five-thousandth Magirus aerial ladder produced since the Second World War.

In 2003 Iveco entirely bought out Irisbus, originally part of a joint venture with Renault.

IVECO 370 S Turbo della Guardia di Finanza transitaa TRENTOIVECO 370 S Turbo della Guardia di Finanza transitaa TRENTO

In 2004 Iveco Motors brand was born, which became an umbrella for the production of engines, and the following year it was incorporated into the newly founded Fiat Powertrain Technologies. At the end of 2004, the agreement between Iveco and the Chinese company Saic (Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation) took effect.

In 2006 Iveco sponsored the Olympic Games in Turin with a fleet of 1,200 Iveco Irisbus buses. The year after, Iveco became sponsor of the All Blacks, New Zealand’s rugby team.

Iveco Daily (NAVECO)Iveco Daily (NAVECO)

In 2009 Iveco became the Trucks and Commercial Vehicle Supplier for the Moto GP, together with the historical sponsorship to the Ferrari Racing Team, for which it supplies the vehicles that transport the single-seaters at all the Formula 1 World Championship races.

On January 1, 2011, Fiat Industrial was formed, incorporating CNH, Iveco and FPT Industrial. In September of the same year, the Fiat Industrial Village was inaugurated in Turin, a multipurpose centre belonging to Fiat Industrial and created for the sales, assistance and product presentation for the Iveco, New Holland and FPT Industrial brands.

IVECO 491 CityclassIVECO 491 Cityclass

On January 15, 2012, Iveco won the 33rd edition of the Dakar rally with the Petronas De Rooy team and the Dutch driver Gerard De Rooy, behind the wheel of an Iveco Powerstar. De Rooy was followed by drivers Stacey and Biasion behind the wheel of two Iveco Trakker Evolution 2 vehicles, equipped with an FPT Industrial C13 engine with over 900 hp.


IVECO STRATOR Gerard de Rooy in zijn ‘Torpedo’IVECO STRATOR Gerard de Rooy in zijn ‘Torpedo’

Iveco is the brand under which the light, medium and heavy vehicles are sold. The range of light vehicles is made up of the New Daily in its versions from 2.8 T to 7.0 T and with 4×4 drive. The range of medium vehicles includes the Eurocargo, available from 7 T to 19T and with 4×2 or 4×4 drive. Stralis and Trakker, from 19 T to 72 T, make up the heavy vehicle range in two, three, or four-axled versions with all-wheel drive or two-wheel drive.

Iveco Bus

Iveco Irisbus was a brand specialised in vehicles for the transport of passengers spanning from minibuses to buses for city and intercity transportation and tour buses. In 24 May 2013 the brand was relaunched as Iveco Bus. 

Iveco vehicles

01 Iveco Massif

02 Iveco Indcar Mago 2 midibus in Jyväskylä, Finland.

03 Daily van (MY98) in Romania

Buses ENASA Empresa National de Autocamiones S.A. Espana

Buses ENASA Empresa National de Autocamiones S.A. Espana


ENASA (Empresa Nacional de Autocamiones S.A.)


 was a Spanish vehicle manufacturing company, incorporated in 1946 having bought the automotive assets of the Spanish arm of Hispano-Suiza. It produced trucks, buses and military armored vehicles under the Pegaso and, for a short while, Sava brands. Enasa belonged to the state-owned INI industrial holding. In 1990 Enasa was sold to Iveco.


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ENASA 1949


1950 Pegaso ENASA MADRID-BARCELONA El Monogasco Pegaso Enasa Paris





 05c 1951 Pegaso Enasa Z 403 161339-PoliciaAlHabla52

1951 Pegaso Enasa Z 403 161339-Policia Al Habla52


Pegaso Enasa Monogasco ad


1961 Enasa Coleccion J.A. Tartajo


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1963 Pegaso Enasa


1964 ENASA PEGASO 6045xs7


1966 Enasa 6035



15autocar 5020 Pegaso Enasa 23516318 ©


1970 PEGASO 5023-1 ENASA(5023-1-5-’70)


1970 PEGASO 6031A 5031 ENASA 12’70




1974 PEGASO 5031L-4 4413 12’74 ENASA


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ENASA Pegaso 401

201973 Pegaso ENASA Tenerife








Enasa Monogasco Iberia


Voramar 34 Pegaso 6420 Enasa – © A Gutiérrez

26a Pegaso 6050 leaving the Enasa factory at Zona Franca (Barcelona).

Pegaso 6050 leaving the Enasa factory at Zona Franca (Barcelona)

04a Boletín ENASA. 1968 firestonebusarticuladogd5

1968 Boletín ENASA. 1968 firestonebusarticuladogd5

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1963 ENASA


ENASA Articuladed




Pegaso-6050-Enasa BUSA-137 1998





Buses Salvador CAETANO Group Portugal

Buses Salvador CAETANO Group Portugal

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Berliet PGK205 coach Caetano


AEC Reliances were bodied by Caetano with the stylish Lisboa coach body


Bedford YNT   ( 11 metre ) – Caetano Algarve N-NDH

06 verbouwde caetano

Bek D’s Caetano YRT & Caravan . Castlemorton 1992


Bedford VAL14 +Caetano body 1969


Caetano Cobus-3000 KWT AEROPORT BUS


Caetano Levante National Express route A6


Dennis Caetano

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Nimbus Caetano Optimo


Caetano MAN Autocarro STCP (Porto)


Portugal Caetano Coimbra trolleybus


Portugal Caetano K310UD Hong Kong


Caetano Levante body as their standard for 2006-7


 Caetano MAN Connexxion8261 NL


Classic Coaches Volvo B10M Caetano


Caetano Toyota Optimo with modified front end Kortrijk Belgium


 Caetano Trolei(Trolley)carro Coimbra Portugal


 Caetano euro4 bus redbus1


DAF MB230 DKFL – Caetano Algarve 1987


DAF.SB 3000 DKSB Caetano Algarve X NDH & Iveco 315 Midi – Algarve 1985


Dennis Dart SLF Caetano Nimbus

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Dennis Javelin – SCC – Caetano Cutlass 1999


Ford R192 Caetano Cascais 1971


Portugal Eireann Volvo Caetano VC 327 Seen at Bell Harbour near Kinvara


Dennis R Series – Caetano Enigma 2000


MAN Caetano 11.990 (05.1994)


Dennis R Series – Caetano Enigma 2003


Kowloon Motor Bus – Scania K95UD – Salvador Caetano Iveco 315 –


Caetano Algarve 1989 Before the building of Salvador Caetano Iveco 79.14 –


Caetano Viana Ralphs Coaches of Heathrow


Ford R1114 Caetano Alpha Scania K340 –


Caetano Levante 12 metre Volvo B58

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Caetano Lisboa 1977


 Terrys Coach Hire Toyota Coaster Caetano Optimo


Volvo B10M – Caetano Algarve II 1993


SYD 87M is listed as another Bedford YRQ, but with a Caetano body 1975


UK Toyota – Caetano Optimo 1988


Volvo B6 – Caetano Midi-Algarve II 1993 Silver Fox Coaches


DAF MB200 Caetano Alpha SRW


702W Sullivan Dart Caetano Nimbus body


UK Scania K340 EB6 Caetano


Levante  Optimo Caetano Minicoach, seats 18 in comfort with full air conditioning



Buses bodybuilder CACCIAMALI Brescia Italy

Bussen Carroseria CACCIAMALI Italy

Cacciamali, een Italiaanse Bus bodybouwer. De eerste C aflevering van bussen. Helaas is ook dit merk sinds 31 december 2011 opgeheven. Het startte in 1974 in Brescia, en ondanks een hele goede electrische bus die het leek helemaal te gaan maken, de Cacciamali Elfa heeft het merk het niet overleeft.

 IVECO Cacciamali type


CACCIAMALI  legerbus

Cacciamali Seen in 2010. Made, assembled
or imported by the Pyongyang Trolleybus Works

Cacciamali 85E18F Iveco Seychellen

Cacciamali EuroPolis Iveco Italy

Cacciamali Italy

Cacciamali Fiat Iveco 90.14 n°35 posti Italy

Cacciamali 589 MAN Italy

Cacciamali Irisbus Urby

Cacciamali Iveco Italie

Cacciamali TCC 690 Grifone SG 267107

Cacciamali schoolbusje Italy

Cacciamali TCI 775 Italië

Cacciamali TCI 840

Cacciamali Thesi

Cacciamali TCI 840

Cacciamali Thema 122 Italy

Cacciamali-Iveco-ap160 Abu Dabhi-UAE

Cacciamali Urby  ZG minibus 204

CacciamaliTCi9-170 Sigma1 lecco 2002

Cacciamali Thesi 65C18, 2006 postauto-32399

Cacciamali Iveco Al Ain UAE

Iveco Cacciamali Europolis

Cacciamali Elfo 15e

Elfo Cacciamali

IVECO AP160-Cacciamali

Iveco 65C E4 Cacciamali Thesi New
Dat was het alweer.

Buses bodybuilders AYATS Gerona Spain II

Bussen AYATS Spanje II

Ayats Pegaso 5036 Tatort 1984

AYATS II. Ik had het niet gedacht, maar vond tijdens het maken van het vorige blog nog zoveel mooie oude AYATS bussen, dat er gewoon nog een deel II volgt.

Ayats Pegaso derbibusu

Een prachtige Reclamebus over Campiona Del Mundo. Een mooi model met een korte draaicirkel.

Ayats Sava small bus

En kijk nu toch eens, een mini bus van SAVA met een Ayats opbouw. Wat een portie glas, en een prachtig front.

Ayats Hispano Suiza Pegaso Z1230

En een Hispano Suiza Pegaso. Die combi kende ik ook nog niet. Dit model wel eerder gezien als AYATS in combinatie met DAF.

Ayats Hispano Suiza Pegaso Z1229

En nog een Hispano Suiza Pegaso, maar hier is alles veel ronder, en wederom bijna compleet van glas, met van die cadillac achtige vleugelachterlampen.

Ayats Hispano Suiza Pegaso 5023 CL Ayats
Ayats Austin Autocar Gerona Spanje

En hier een paar prachtige foto’s van model AYATS met Austin motor.

Ayats Austin Autocar Gerona Spanje
Ayats Austin Autocar Gerona Spanje
Ayats Austin Autocar Gerona Spanje
Ayats Berliet 1952

En hier een prachtige Spaanse Franse Ayats Berliet PCR bus. Wat een Chrome en glas.

Ayats Berliet pcr Ayats 1952 Zijkant
Een prachtig Ouwetje uit 1935 een Ayats BMC 1935 nobmc1935el0
Ayats Diamond

En nog een beauty: een AYATS Diamond jaar onbekend.

Ayats Hispano Suiza Berliet 33 1957 espagne
Ayats Hispano Suiza Pegaso Diesel
Ayats M-21904
Ayats M-184974 lateral
Ayats isidorobelmonte
Ayats Pegaso-Z-408-01
Ayats Magirus Deuts 2x 007yhg
Ayats Mercedes Benz Sp M-9350-MC
Ayats Jupiter IVECO
Ayats Bravo I MAN Spanje
Ayats Onbekend GE
Ayats Pegaso 1955 autocarexs
Ayats Pegaso 5036 Autoescuela 1962
Ayats Pegaso-z 1962 Mallorca


Ayats Pegaso 5061 carrossat per Ayats el 1964