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The tramcar n° 3279 is the latest in the batch of tramway built by Fiat in the late 1950s, with the same body as the 3100 series and the "1000" series tramways of the Madrid network. Everything was made economically: instead of building new bogies and engines, those left over from the coupling of the 2100-2200 series tramcars, used to build the articulated "2800", are reused. It was completely revamped in 1979, on the occasion of the elimination of the conductor from most of the trams; deeply transformed, it receives a fourth door, additional seating and an orange color scheme with gray underbody and trolleys. Restored in its original coloring in 1998, she was the protagonist of some important sequences in Gianni Amelio's film "Così ridevano", winner of the Leone d'Oro prize at the Venice Film Festival. Today the car is decorated with window stickers by the painter and set designer Emanuele Luzzati (Genoa, 1927-2007).



- lunghezza: 13.805 mm
- length: 13,805 mm
- width: 2,250 mm
- height: 3,225 mm
- gross weight: 25.230 Kg
- maximum speed: 40 km/h
- minimum radius: 13,759.5 mm
- power supply: 550 Vdc
- bogies: Moncenisio
- engine type: TIBB GDTM 1252
- starting: rheostatic with PN15 inserter
- bodywork: Fiat - Seac
- color: two shades of green
- number of doors: 4


- seats: 19
- standings: 60
- operators seats: 2
- total capability: 81