Alfa Romeo A.L.F.A. (Anonima Lombardo Fabbrica Automobili) The Alfa Romeo name is more usually associated with fast cars than with trucks. However, the company, whose origins go back to 1906, was a significant truck producer between 1930 and 1967. After launching a light truck at the 1930 Milan Show, Alfa (derived from Societa Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili) Romeo went on to build heavier trucks based on Bussing designs. These were generally of normal-control layout but the heaviest, including a three-axled model for 10-tonne payloads, had forward-control cabs. From 1945 onwards the range was predominantly forward-control. They were noted for their ample power output, their 900 model for 8-tonne payloads having a 9.5 litre/579cu in diesel developing 130bhp. In 1948 an unsuccessful design for independent front suspension using torsion bars was made. A stylish new model, the Mille, was introduced in 1957 for use as a 14-tonne gross four-wheeler, 32-tonne articulated outfit or 36-tunne drawbar combination. A 10-tonne six-wheeler with steering rear axle was also available. The Mil Ie and its 900 fore-runner were also built under licence bv the Brazilian company FNM of Rio de Janeiro.

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