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1970 Rába 833

1970 Rába 833 in Royce, Movie made for TV, 1994 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Trailer truck (tractor) — Model origin: HU

1970 Rába 833

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Comments about this vehicle


Jun JP

2007-05-14 17:25

LH2 wrote the three trucks are the same make
the 3rd pic you can just slitly see
the words on the front

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datsunZ IT

2007-05-14 20:03

Rŕba-MAN,1970 to 1981(use the same F8 cab studied by Saviem together with MAN),believe a 831 6x4 model(made in Hungary--they are so-badged after the ancient name of Gyňr--town where are located plants,1920 est.--when was under Austro-Hungaric Empire,still named Raab,from which Rŕba)

PS "RABA"is spelled in block stylized letters on front end and doors(few readable 'cause photo was blurred)

PS 2 Given that was an Ukrainian location rebuilt in Hungary,those units could be those that belongs at Hungarian truck operator "Hungarocamion"(was the 1st Firm to bought a fleet of Rŕba-MAN into Seventies'),'cause those that were of that Firm had always a white band that surrounds cab waistline

like that:

Link to "forum-macchine.it"

-- Last edit: 2007-05-18 23:37:10

antp BE

2007-05-18 01:04

Rába, Rŕba or Raba?
First one is name of a river in Hungary/Austria, last one was an Hungarian car make in 1912-1914, according to Wikipedia.

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-05-18 01:26


datsunZ IT

2007-05-23 23:25

Eighties'Rŕbas switched at DAF cabs of 2800/3300 Series(that agree of production under license was signed at end of 1980)

-- Last edit: 2007-05-23 23:26:45

SMC1706 HU

2009-03-15 20:25

This is a Rába 838 since it's a 4x4 tractor, and datsunZ has right, it could belong to "Hungarocamion", but I think it belongs to "Volán TEFU" (an other hungaraian truck company) because it don't have that red "Hungarocamion" sign what these machines used to have on there side.

Weasel1984 PL

2014-12-04 20:13

It has 3 axles, so can't be 4x4. The last axle has singe wheels, juding by the period brochures and other mateirals it is an "833" this case.

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