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DAF 2300

DAF 2300 in GoldenEye, Movie, 1995 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Trailer truck (tractor) — Model origin: NL

DAF 2300

Position 01:20:35 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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G-MANN UK

2008-02-11 19:49

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Bond's tank smashes through this Perrier truck.

[Image: goldeneyeperrier2fa4.2342.jpg]

From behind the scenes footage:

[Image: goldeneyeperrier3th1.7200.jpg] [Image: goldeneyeperrier4jf4.414.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2008-02-11 21:30:51

Mackster SE

2008-02-11 19:58

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DAF?

garco NL

2008-02-11 20:02

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Sure, it's a DAF.

philgood FR

2008-02-11 20:05

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2800

garco NL

2008-02-11 21:18

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Why 2800?

philgood FR

2008-02-11 22:05

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why 2800 ? because I make a mistake, sorry ! 2800 ( and 3300 ) is the "heavy serie".here it's the "medium serie" often 2300 and with other power : 2100, 2500 for the tractor trailer

yvon52 BE

2011-04-07 20:58

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G-MANN wrote [Image: goldeneyeperrier4jf4.414.jpg]


In the back, a Barkas from DDR. I don't think DDR exported Barkas vans to Russia.

-- Last edit: 2012-02-07 21:02:58 (G-MANN)

Gag Halfrunt UK

2011-04-07 21:16

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This scene was filmed on the outdoor set in England. Perhaps the producers thought that Barkas were sold in the USSR, or perhaps they just thought that it was not entirely authentic but good enough.

ingo DE

2011-04-08 11:27

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Ah, in at least every Bond-movie, with scenes, set in annother country, we have that. Think about the plenty of fakes Sovietish military vehicles for example.
Not for the first time I must think, that, despite the huge budgets, which the makers of Bond-movies always have, they don't have a good hand for the originality of locations, cars and -this is always totally obvious- license plates.

Nightrider RU

2011-04-08 11:46

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At 1995 such kind of plates were still around, but filmmakers didn't have a clue that last two letters is code of region.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2011-04-08 11:47

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And the producers had to find (locally as far as possible) dozens of cars that were suitable for a Russian scene or at least looked the part, and were in good enough working condition to be driven all day. Breakdowns are expensive because the entire crew will be hanging around doing nothing until the car is repaired. :)

ingo DE

2011-04-08 11:58

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Yes Gag, as here: /vehicle.php?id=4317

ingo DE

2011-04-08 12:03

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Nightrider wrote At 1995 such kind of plates were still around, but filmmakers didn't have a clue that last two letters is code of region.

They don't have any clue about any plates. Terrible example: /movie_120347-Tomorrow-Never-Dies.html but for sure not the only one of all Bond-movies.

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