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1961 Renault 2,5T Galion 4x4 Sinpar VIR 1001 B [R2240]

1961 Renault 2,5T Galion 4x4 Sinpar [R2240] in Sous le signe du taureau, Movie, 1968 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Fire truck — Model origin: FR

1961 Renault 2,5T Galion 4x4 Sinpar VIR 1001 B [R2240]

[*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle


Gamer DE

2015-03-26 16:43


And we have a box feature for marking vehicles...

antp BE

2015-03-26 17:50


We didn't six years ago when this was added

sixcyl FR

2015-03-28 10:22


Not in the range 750Kg/1000kg , but bigger 2,5T Galion.


2015-05-04 23:52


Aren't Galion and 2,5T an unnecessary repetition (1), the same way Sinpar and 4x4 can be?
Secondly, as
VIR : Véhicule d'Intervention rural (Rural operations vehicle),
VITT : Véhicule d'Intervention Tout Terrain (All-terrain operations vehicle),
• VIP: Véhicule d'Intervention Polyvalent (Versatile operations vehicle),
which one is really this one, as the scene seems to take place on an airfield?

1: all the more as the 2,5T has been renamed Galion from 1959 onwards. As this one is said to be a 1961 model (on what clues?), should it still have 2,5T in its name?

-- Last edit: 2015-05-05 00:44:16

DidierF FR

2015-05-05 00:42


There is at least one point of interest in naming one of these Renault "2,5T" and "Galion" (as far as it is correct to call them Galion): it makes the search easier, when one have, for any reason, to extract all Renault 2,5T used, whatever their code number or their official name at the dealers' be.


2015-05-05 00:58


Shouldn't we call them 2,5T/Galion, then, to show that these names are 2 possibilities (like C/K for GM trucks)? The way it is written for now gives the impression that it is a single name, which is (as far as I know) impossible. See the note in my previous comment.

(About the codes: from what I have seen, I'm almost sure it's more a guess than anything, for some of them ;) )

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