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Tre kärlekar, TV Series, 1989-1991 IMDB

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  • Three Loves

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DAF555 SE

2008-03-24 03:31

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A train in Ep 1:06
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A plane in Ep 2:07
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Alexander DE

2008-03-24 14:53

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The plane is a Douglas DC-3, or, to be precise, quite likely the Tp79 (C-47A), cn 9103, of the Swedish Air Force. The registration SE-BAA, seen here /vehicle_164205-Ford-V8-De-Luxe-81A-1938.html, was once used on a Douglas-Fokker DC-3-214, c/n 1947, bought in 1937 by the Aktiebolaget Aerotransport (ABA) (in 1939 renamed to Swedish Air Lines, in 1950 to Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS)), and was flown until 1953.

The second one see in the above mentioned link could be the SAS owned SE-CFP (c/n 13883), a Douglas C-47A Skytrain (DC-3A-456).

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Very interesting is this three-wheeled airfield fuel tanker, seen in the DC-3 picture above:
[Image: airfieldfueltankerac5.jpg]
I remember having seen a picture of a comparable vehicle before and I believe to remember that it was of US origin.

sixcyl FR

2008-03-24 15:37

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So nice airplane , my dream would be have a fly one time in a DC3 :)

rob UK

2010-02-12 21:26

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That little fuel tanker is a (British) Thompson TB3, possibly the first film appearance for the type!

DidierF FR

2015-07-01 04:31

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Présent sur IMPDb :
http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Tre_k%C3%A4rlekar
On IMPDb now!

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