Industrias Aeronáuticas y Mecánicas del Estado (I.A.M.E.) (Pampa)
Successor Fiat-Concord
Founded 1952
Headquarters Cordoba, Argentina
Industry tractor

Pampa tractors were built in Cordoba, Argentina by Industrias Aeronáuticas y Mecánicas del Estado (I.A.M.E.), (translated: Mechanical and Aeronautical Industries of the State).

I.A.M.E. was founded by Argentina in 1952 out of the Institute Aerotecnica to produce tractors and motorcycles,[1] and built licensed copies of the Lanz Bulldog.

It was later known as (later Dirección Nacional de Fabricaciones e Investigaciones Aeronáutica (D.I.N.F.I.A.)), (or National Aeronautical and Research Industries)).[2]

In 1959, Fiat purchased the factory and renamed it Fábrica de Tractores FIAT-Concord, and began producing Fiat-Concord tractors, which were licensed Fiats.

Perkins purchased the factory in 1961, and stopped building tractors in 1963.[3]


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Pampa Tractor Models
Model Year(s) Produced Horsepower Engine Type Misc Notes Photo
Pampa Gloeikoptrekker
Pampa T01 1952-1955 T01 in Pesados Argentinos Pampa1
Pampa T02 1955-1956 60 hp (45 kW) T02 in Pesados Argentinos


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