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GMC Steel Tilt Cab Customized for TV

GMC Steel Tilt Cab in Ransom, Movie, 1996 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: US

GMC Steel Tilt Cab Customized for TV

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle


garco NL

2008-01-27 09:16


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Firebird86 US

2008-01-27 09:48


That could be anything under all that protective plating

Ddey65 US

2008-01-27 15:10


That's the same way I've felt about this one:

We may have to call the NYPD directly about this.

-- Last edit: 2009-03-20 20:59:28 (G-MANN)

ford_guy US

2008-01-27 22:22


Here it is again:

It's probably the same one. Some vehicles remain as movie prop cars for years, and this is probably one of those vehicles. They get updated a bit from time to time (notice that this one has a different lightbar from the one in Leon).

Bru US

2012-08-06 20:57


This vehicle I had been looking for pics of for a LONG time. IMCDB did a great job of getting them on here, but I do beleive that this vhicle was first made for a TV series in 1989, called "True Blue".

This was an ESU truck with armor plates that rose up around the widnows, in a realistic way and not in a bat armor way, as well as having some other features to help the police. I have never seen it in anyother media using the devices that were seen in the TV series.

List of Items I can recall:
Armor plates
Top of vehicle lifted an armor box that allowed for a protect firing post
Small field computer station inside

was a very awesome, realistic type vehicle, i you look at all the pictures on this sight for this vehicle, the NYPD Blue episode shows the roof and you can see the box and crane/winch as well, I have yet to see any screen shots from the show True Blue on here, therefore I have not seen the shots with the armor in use.

Note, episodes and the opening credits to "True Blue" can be seen on Google video and YouTube...check it out please.

RedBoy9199 DE

2020-08-09 22:28


So 1964, then.

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