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Fiat Someca Construcciones Córdoba (Fiat-Concord Fabrica Material Ferroviario)
Predecessor Pampa
Successor Sevel Argentina S.A. (1981-1997)
Fiat Auto Argentina S.A. (1996-present)
Founded 1954
Defunct 1981
Headquarters Caseros, Argentina
Products trucks, cars, tractors
Parent Fiat
FIAT Concord

Fiat Concord nameplate

Fiat-Concord Fabrica Material Ferroviario is a subsidiary of Italian automaker Fiat, founded as part of Fiat in 1960.

Fiat Concord ad - 1965

1965 Fiat Concord ad

  1. 1959: The Argentine government regulates the auto industry to promote the development of local production. Fiat decides, like other manufacturers, including Americans, creating a center for local production to satisfy the law that imposes a local integration rate of 70%. Sept. 30 authorizes the Argentine government build cars in Argentine territory to Fiat.
  2. 08/04/1960: The new plant in Argentina Fiat subsidiary Concord, located Caseros, produced its first car, a Fiat 600 Concord, identical in all respects to the original Italian. They then created a second production line with capacity for 4,000 copies of the Fiat 1100 D.
  3. 1963: At the end of the year, Fiat 1100 is replaced by the Fiat 1500.

Fiat Concord produced cars, trucks and tractors.


Fiat Concord Tractor Models
Model Year(s) of Production Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
Fiat Concord 270
Fiat Concord 400E 40 hp (30 kW)
Fiat Concord 400 vineyard 40 hp (30 kW)
Fiat Concord 500E 64 hp (48 kW)
Fiat Concord 600E 60 hp (45 kW) Fiat 600 E - 1988
Fiat Concord 650E 65 hp (48 kW)
Fiat Concord 700E 70 hp (52 kW)
Fiat Concord 700S
Fiat Concord 700U
Fiat Concord 780R 80 hp (60 kW) Fiat Fiat 780R - 1972
Fiat Concord 800E 80 hp (60 kW)
Fiat Concord 900E 90 hp (67 kW)
Fiat Concord 1100E 125 hp (93 kW)/160 hp (120 kW) Perkins Fiat 1100E - 1976
Fiat Concord R-60
Fiat Concord U25


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