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Made for Movie Dead Reckoning

Made for Movie Dead Reckoning in Land of the Dead, Movie, 2005 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Trailer truck (tractor)

Made for Movie Dead Reckoning

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

Comments about this vehicle


super ragondin FR

2006-05-27 11:59


Pour info, le vehicule s'appelle le "Dead Reckoning", (éclaireur de la mort) ce qui aurait dû être le titre du film à la place de "Land of the Dead"...

Mais "Dead Reckoning" existait déjà en 1947, un film n'ayant aucun rapport avec les zombies et avec Humphrey Bogart !!

antp BE

2006-05-27 12:04


On va utiliser ça comme nom de modèle alors ;)

super ragondin FR

2006-05-27 12:33


Merci !!

J'ajoute ca :
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Angel_956 US

2008-04-01 03:09


What was the original semi-tuck they started with?

Q-Ball JP

2008-07-16 17:24


Well, it is obviously a Conventional chassis. Maybe a Peterbilt?

Privateer AU

2010-10-02 16:35


Love this movie. Love this truck. Kinda unique as a semi, because it has walk-through articulating trunking between the cab and the trailer (like a bendy-bus). This would make a good RV. lol.

Hard to tell what's under there though. You can see the original windscreen through the outer one. It's a split windscreen like a lot of US trucks still have. It's obviously a conventional (bonneted) rig, but from the 3/4 angle, you can tell that the front axle isn't very far in front of the windscreen, and that's odd for a US truck.

Despite the heavy camoflage though, I'm 95% sure that there's an International 9400 or Freightliner Columbia under there. The split-windscreens and the front-axle placement is just right.

-- Last edit: 2011-03-13 03:43:07

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