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Mack Mid-Liner

Mack Mid-Liner in Donnie Brasco, Movie, 1997 IMDB

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

Mack Mid-Liner

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Ddey65 US

2009-01-25 22:06

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Midliner, the one shared by Renault and Magirus-Deutz.

/vehicles_make-Mack_model-Midliner.html

-- Last edit: 2009-01-25 22:07:50

hiergehts CH

2009-01-25 23:26

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Mid-Liner was built in France by Renault Véhicules Industriels for US market between 1979-mid 90's?

Based on Renault M series & S series used in Europe: http://www.truckscontact.com/photos/tracteur-occasion-40024465a.jpg

-- Last edit: 2009-01-25 23:26:43

fleetwood75

2011-06-03 09:26

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I think it's based more on Volvo than Renault, Because I've seen these same trucks with Volvo grilles and badging.

fleetwood75

2011-06-03 09:28

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hiergehts wrote Mid-Liner was built in France by Renault Véhicules Industriels for US market between 1979-mid 90's?

Based on Renault M series & S series used in Europe: http://www.truckscontact.com/photos/tracteur-occasion-40024465a.jpg

Based on Volvo, Not Renault.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2011-06-03 10:41

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Renault used the Midliner name too:
/vehicles.php?make=renault&model=midliner

The Midliner was based on the "Club of Four" co-operative project between Saviem (later Renault), Volvo, DAF and Magirus-Deutz.
Quote In 1956, the company Saviem was formed as a subsidiary company of Renault from the combination of Renault's own truck and bus production with the producers Somua and Latil. From 1957 on, Saviem was also used as the brand name for the trucks and buses produced by the company.

As a result of French industrial policy, in 1975 state-owned Renault also acquired the truck and bus producer Berliet from Michelin. In 1978, Berliet and Saviem were merged to form Renault Véhicules Industriels. Again, the old brand names were retained for two more years while the model lineups gradually were incorporated, until in 1980 they were replaced by the name Renault.

From 1975 on, Saviem also had been a member in the Club of Four, a cooperation between four European truck producers (Saviem, Volvo, DAF and Magirus-Deutz, which soon after became a part of Iveco) for the production of medium-sized trucks. The truck models resulting from this cooperation would be produced by Saviem and later Renault even until 2001 and also be sold on the North American market as Mack Mid-Liner.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renault_Trucks#History

G-MANN UK

2012-06-13 03:06

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