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Mack MB 400

Mack MB 400 in Dawn of the Dead, Movie, 1978 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: US

Mack MB 400

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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Junkman UK

2006-01-18 14:16

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Mack MB 600

stronghold EN

2006-09-05 13:22

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-- Last edit: 2006-09-06 15:51:30

stronghold EN

2006-09-05 13:23

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Junkman wrote Mack MB 600

you were near ..from the close up it's an MB 400 ;)

Q-Ball JP

2007-06-14 14:01

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BP? Funny. The 1982 Hino FD in the new Dawn of the Dead says bp on the sides too.

crossroads US

2007-06-22 04:46

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What does that stand for, it's not the gas company either so what other company has that name?

Neptune US

2007-06-22 04:54

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crossroads wrote What does that stand for, it's not the gas company either so what other company has that name?


Not sure, :think: It could be a ficticous Company, that was just made up for the movie, but I canít say for sure.

antp BE

2007-06-22 22:37

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When searching for BP logos, I just discovered that BP (the petrol company, i.e. not the one of the truck above) changed his logo... 7 years ago. I did not know that, I thought that they were still using the same one [:jofission]
Well, here that brand seems to have disappeared. or is at least quite rare.

-- Last edit: 2007-06-22 22:37:54

Q-Ball JP

2007-06-24 23:56

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But why is it on two trucks from different movies and different models?

Neptune US

2007-06-25 00:16

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Q-Ball wrote But why is it on two trucks from different movies and different models?



Technically they kind of are the same movie, the 2004 version of Dawn of the Dead is the remake of this one.
BP is a fictional Company (Its not real) They just reused that name, just like they reused the name "Crossroads"
for the mall (Although that was not the name of the real mall were the movie was filmed)

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ford_guy US

2007-06-25 02:37

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Yes, Neptune is correct. It was most likely done to pay homage to the original film.

crossroads US

2007-06-25 04:39

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They didn't use the name Crossroads Mall in the original, it was the Monroeville Mall and they never stated the name it that movie.

Neptune US

2007-06-25 07:33

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crossroads wrote They didn't use the name Crossroads Mall in the original...


Really? Well that just shows you how long itís been since I last saw this film, :D
Itís been at least a year since I saw the 2004 remake. Thank you for correcting me. ;)

intrepidfighter3 US

2008-05-12 22:52

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Actually BP is Supposed to be B&P Motor Express a Now Defunct trucking company out of Irwin ,Pa which is south of Monroeville,Pa the producers of The Remake Got it wrong by putting just BP on the truck look at the truck again you will see a "&" under neath the B on the door of the truck

-- Last edit: 2008-05-13 03:40:26

Dead Reckoning MX

2010-09-05 01:01

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Why they didnt use the truck to escape?

R686ST US

2010-09-28 07:41

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B&P stood for Baltimore & Pittsburgh. The company closed its doors in 1979.

Gomselmash11

2010-09-28 07:47

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http://www.deadplaces.net/bpmotorexpress.htm this?

ShortCappy US

2011-09-08 06:54

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Additional shot:
[Image: mb4001.5827.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2011-09-08 17:18:10 (walter)

Skid US

2011-09-09 05:25

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Dead Reckoning wrote Why they didnt use the truck to escape?


To where?

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