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1975 Fiat 619 N

1975 Fiat 619 N in The Spy Who Loved Me, Movie, 1977 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: IT

1975 Fiat 619 N

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

Comments about this vehicle

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Ddey65 US

2008-10-06 18:06

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I keep thinking Leyland or DAF or maybe both.

Do those logos on the mudflaps of that other truck mean what I think they mean?

atom SE

2008-10-06 18:07

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Yes, don't pass the truck on the right side (on the motorway).

Neon IT

2008-10-06 20:39

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Fiat for sure

Ddey65 US

2008-10-07 00:22

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Okay, maybe 300 PC?

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I've also considered the 160/190

atom wrote Yes, don't pass the truck on the right side (on the motorway).

The blue version must mean you can pass on the left.


-- Last edit: 2008-11-10 02:10:09

esagamma718 SE

2011-07-01 20:31

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Not a 300 PC. Fiat 619N series II. 300PC was a 6x4 quarry/construction model.

frogeye61

2012-12-03 14:28

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The story how I heard it;
This scene was an accident. The helpful Italian authorities blocked off "both" ends of the mountain road, but apparently it was only one end. The green Fiat truck came from the other end and was unexpected. It however was used in the film because the scene was quite good.

Robi DE

2016-06-22 16:01

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[Image: tswlm_fiat3.jpg]

The police did indeed forget to block both ends, but the truck did belong to the movie crew: As you can see, it is RHD, and they filmed an interior shot of it.

ElSaxo IT

2016-06-22 18:27

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RHD trucks were a lot more common in Italy during 60s/70s/80s, to have a better view on mountainous roads.

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