OverviewThe Italians, unlike their German allies, had not given much attention to half-tracked vehicles in the inter-war period. Most of their halftracks were simply trucks equipped with tracks. In 1941 the German mittlerer Zugkraftwagen 8t lent to the Italians for evaluation. A production license was given to Breda. 500 were ordered, but unfortunately Armistice was fatal to this order. However the Germans contracted a new order of 300 specimens, out of which 199 were delivered in 1944.
|Italian Land Vehicles of WWII - Half-Tracks|
|Towing||Alfa-Romeo 800RE • Trattore Semicingolato Breda Typo 61 • Trattore Semicingolato Fiat 727|
|Italian Land Vehicles of WWII - Wheeled|
|Armoured / Scout / Patrol Cars||Autoblinda 1ZM • Autoblinda Modello 40 • Autoblinda Modello 41 • Autoblinda Modello 43 • Autoblinda Modello 611 • Autoblinda AS.43 • Autoblinda Terni • Autoblinda Lince • Autoblinda Vespa Caproni • Camionetta AS.42 Sahariana|
|Transport & Towing||Autoprotetto AS.37 • Autotrasporto blindato SPA Dovunque 35 • Camioncino Fiat 1100 Militare Musetto • Camioncino Fiat 1100 ALR Coloniale • Camioncino Fiat 1100 Militare Musone|
|Anti-Aircraft||Fiat 1100 SPAAG|
|Motocycles||Guzzi 500 Alce|