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1967 Van Hool 340

1967 Van Hool 340 dans Les frères Pétard, Film, 1986 IMDB

Catégorie : Bus, Simple étage — Origine du modèle : BE

1967 Van Hool 340

[*][*] Véhicule dans une action mineure ou utilisé juste dans une courte scène

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sixcyl FR

2008-03-24 12:18

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Van Hool?

DynaMike NL

2008-03-24 12:50

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En tous cas: une GS Club Break pour DIEHARD au premier plan ;)

sixcyl FR

2008-03-24 15:28

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Oui, mais 1/20ème de visible au mieux :D

Ingo DE

2008-03-24 17:51

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And a Peugeot 304 Break behind the GS

The green metallic back (over the white wreck, which front bonnet looks Peugeot 504-like for me) seems to be from a Opel Rekord D Caravan.

Weasel1984 PL

2008-03-24 18:15

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I think yes - Van Hool body of 300 series.
http://infobus.com.pl/swiat/12/s_95.jpg
http://infobus.com.pl/text.php?id=117

sixcyl FR

2008-03-24 18:57

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Seems interesting site , though in polish it is difficult to guess what's said :D

Ingo DE

2008-03-26 22:42

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Hmm, when I see that Van hool-front, I'm grumbling, if it isn't a Van hool-Bus, too, you can see in the comic-strip "Tintin et le Picaros" (when the carnival-group reaches randomly the guerilla-camp in the jungle). This story was set in Southern America. Was there an Export of Van Hool in the 70ies.

I remember also an Opel Ascona A and a Hanomag F 20 in the "Picaros"-book. I haven't heard about the export of these models to Southern America, but the drwaing of cars was always very exact in these Franco-Belgian comics.

chris40 UK

2008-03-26 23:00

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Ingo a écrit I remember also an Opel Ascona A and a Hanomag F 20 in the "Picaros"-book. I haven't heard about the export of these models to Southern America, but the drwaing of cars was always very exact in these Franco-Belgian comics.


I agree, Ingo. Some of those Japanese/Korean animators could take lessons from the Tintin books ...
Link to "images.google.co.uk"

Ingo DE

2008-03-26 23:09

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Franquin, the creator of "Spirou en Fantasio" and the "Marsipulami"-comics have always put his actual own cars in his comics.

DIEHARD NL

2008-04-19 13:17

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Yes, very nice GS CLub Break in the colour Bleu myosotis (AC 645) I think. (1977 - 1979)

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