Alot of the Ford comercial trucks use Iveco engines over here in England from 1 ton thru tractor trailers they merged the vehicles are called Iveco-Ford very reliable inexpensive trucksPart of the Fiat group and I think there's another brand name tied up in there too.
Yes that's it, New-Holland which used be the the Ford/Fiat Industrial/Agricultural branch.Alot of the Ford comercial trucks use Iveco engines over here in England from 1 ton thru tractor trailers they merged the vehicles are called Iveco-Ford very reliable inexpensive trucks
Can you post some pictures of your patrol with the 6btHi,
The was a manufacturer here that uses Iveco motors, both the 4l 4cyl and the 6l cyl. They are very similar to the Cummins 6bt in size as well as the power rating, just that the iveco in a bit more longer than the Cummins so just had to settle for a 6bt in my 66'Patrol. Also the Iveco is a lot quiter than the 6bt, as far as the 6cyl versions are concerned, coz i never have heard a 4bt.
http://www.4btswaps.com/forum/showthread.php?9502-3-cylinder-cumminsivecco is actually a form of the cummins. they are made in europe and some of the bigger ones are almost duplicates of the cummins minius some of the outside block accys.