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Kenworth K-220

Kenworth K-220 in I Spy, Movie, 2002 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: BR — Made for: USA

Kenworth K-220

Position 01:05:22 [*] Background vehicle

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antp BE

2007-12-30 16:02

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start of discussion on /vehicle.php?id=39774

Ingo DE

2007-12-30 17:26

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As written there, it's a Brazilian VW-truck (L 80-base), probably assembled in licence by the US-company Peterbilt.

PACCAR TECH US

2009-02-28 16:50

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This is what is known as a "Peter Rabbit"

PACCAR TECH US

2009-02-28 16:56

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The grill is not right to be a Peterbilt, it is most likely badged as a KW.

Camarofan PH

2011-04-29 08:05

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Origin: Germany-Built in Brazil-Made for USA

ingo DE

2011-04-29 12:36

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Camarofan wrote Origin: Germany-Built in Brazil-Made for USA

No, not orign German :o
VW never has built heavier trucks than the LT here. The MAN-VW (which is also smaller than the truck here) had the VW-badge, too, but was produced in the MAN-plant.

The Brazilian truck-division of Volkswagen is independent with their developments and model-range. All trucks an buses were planned and built only there.
It's only the cab of the truck, which is similar, maybe identical with that of the MAN-VW and the LT I, the rest is origin Brazil.

tom11

2012-01-07 03:34

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1989 /vehicle_10860-Peterbilt-200-1989.html

Gamer DE

2013-10-03 08:33

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ingo wrote
No, not orign German :o
VW never has built heavier trucks than the LT here. The MAN-VW (which is also smaller than the truck here) had the VW-badge, too, but was produced in the MAN-plant.

The Brazilian truck-division of Volkswagen is independent with their developments and model-range. All trucks an buses were planned and built only there.
It's only the cab of the truck, which is similar, maybe identical with that of the MAN-VW and the LT I, the rest is origin Brazil.

The L80 was the heaviest truck offered here, I think.

ingo DE

2013-10-03 12:53

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Gamer wrote
The L80 was the heaviest truck offered here, I think.

But this was never German made. All of them were produced in Brazil: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volkswagen_L80
A handful of heavy Brazilian VW-trucks are existing in Germany, but AFAIK all of them were owned and used by Volkswagen itself.

CougarTim US

2013-10-04 01:37

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I think PACCAR TECH is right. Peterbilts had a red oval badge; the long text logo in the grille is more consistent with the Kenworth K150/K220/K300.

http://www.trucksplanet.com/catalog/model.php?id=176
Especially this one with the bright metal headlamp surrounds and the vertical badge below the windshield: http://www.trucksplanet.com/photo/kenworth/k150-k300/k150-k300_2291.jpg

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