Above on the page there're some Service PDF Manuals for PEGASO Trucks.
However, in addition to them, other cargo companies were included in different years: the French Unic, the English Seddon Atkinson and even the Australian branch of the American company International.
Among others, the Spanish truck brand Pegaso was bought, from which only the factory building and the emblem have survived.
The history of the brand began after the WW2, when the state-owned company ENASA began to produce trucks according to the documentation of the bankrupt famous Hispano-Suiza.
From it, the new trucks inherited an elegant cab with side stampings.
From the very beginning, the cars were distinguished by progressive solutions: aluminum cylinder blocks of V-shaped diesel engines, hypoid final drive, independent front suspension.
Popularity led to an increase in production - and the attention of competitors.
In 1960, the Pegaso company came under the control of the English truck giant Leyland.
As a result, the trucks received the owner's diesels, cabs and the name of the Comet series.
At the same time, cooperation with the Spanish army began.
For the first 3-ton chassis, the Spaniards bought a license from the Dutch company DAF, which was a great authority in those years.
Later, the chassis turned into a successful range of military vehicles, and is now produced under the brand name of the current owner.
The main development took place in the 1970s.
During this time, the program improved, expanded, new series appeared. The range was wide - from light vans to buses and trolleybuses.
Active export began, and branches began to open: in Venezuela, Belgium and Cuba.
In 1979, the annual output exceeded 25,000 trucks.
However, at the same time, problems began with the English owners, and soon the Pegaso was sold to the Americans from International.
But they did not last long and resold the company again to the English brand Seddon Atkinson.
An important milestone came in 1986, when Pegaso, in collaboration with DAF, began the development of a more modern and safer Cabtec cab.
As a result, in 1990, Pegaso entered the concern along with Seddon Atkinson.
Trucks under their own brand were produced for another two years, then disappeared from the program.
However, all heavy IVECOs are still produced at the Spanish Pegaso plant near Madrid, and all trucks of this brand on the local market still bear the emblem with a winged horse on the cladding.