ATM TURIN, n° 3104

Building year: 1949
Restored: 2010
Owned by: Atm Turin

BRIEF HISTORY

Tramway n°3104 belongs to the first batch of the 3100-3224 series, built in 1949 by Fiat Materfer on the scheme of the 3001-3005 prototypes and the 1000 series built for the city of Madrid, born from the American model PCC. Revamped by Viberti-Seac in 1977, the 3104 was put aside with the arrival of the new millennium. Chosen as the oldest surviving car, it was restored between 2009 and 2010. The main interventions involved restoring the bodywork as it was originally, with a different front and rear, a single central door and an interior trim, with the place of the conductor. The "dome" line indicators and the spaces for the tables with the indication of the terminus have also returned. In October 2010 it returned to circulation; today it regularly serves both for ATTS events and on historical line 7.

3104s

TECHNICAL DATA

- length: 13.525 mm
- width: 2,250 mm
- height: 3,225 mm
- gross weight: 24.460 Kg
- maximum speed: 45 km/h
- minimum radius: 13,759.5 mm
- power supply: 550 Vdc
- bogies: Tibb 97E
- engine type: CGE CV 1132 S
- starting: automatic with PCM
- bodywork: Fiat - Seac
- color: two shades of green
- number of doors: 3

PASSANGER CAPABILITY

- seats: 18
- standing: 20
- operators seats: 1
- total capacity: 39