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Iveco TurboZeta

License plates of Spain, 1971 year series

Gran Canaria
Looks like the first TuboZeta in Spanish gallery.

truck

Extra information

  • IVECO 109.14
  • Registration: 16/03/1987
  • Fuel: DIESEL

Comments (6)

heavy39 2019-01-13 08:09:51 | #1

Perhaps GC 1437 AS is also TurboZeta. I don't know how to distinguish Zeta from TurboZeta

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aixam 2019-01-13 15:51:01 | #2

heavy39 (2019-01-13 08:09:51)

heavy39
Perhaps GC 1437 AS is also TurboZeta. I don't know how to distinguish Zeta from TurboZeta
I don't know either, I compared pics of the 2 lorries, but I couldn't figure out really. Seems like there's no obvious cosmetic differences between them.

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m-ast 2019-01-13 21:31:31 | #3

aixam (2019-01-13 15:51:01)

aixam
heavy39
Perhaps GC 1437 AS is also TurboZeta. I don't know how to distinguish Zeta from TurboZeta
I don't know either, I compared pics of the 2 lorries, but I couldn't figure out really. Seems like there's no obvious cosmetic differences between them.


Me too also didn't know how to diference both, otherwise them were not so difficult to see in Spain but nowadays very few survive

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aixam 2019-01-13 21:43:04 | #4

m-ast


In Norway it is rare to see trucks over 15 years old, in Spain it seemed quite common which was nice to see. I also saw a late 70's-early 80's Renault truck which looked really good!

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m-ast 2019-01-14 00:53:51 | #5

aixam (2019-01-13 21:43:04)

aixam
m-ast
In Norway it is rare to see trucks over 15 years old, in Spain it seemed quite common which was nice to see. I also saw a late 70's-early 80's Renault truck which looked really good!


yes for sure, for local little kms journeys there are some old trucks working.

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aixam 2019-01-14 01:16:11 | #6

m-ast (2019-01-14 00:53:51)

m-ast

True! But like many other vehicles they were often very beat up

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