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Mercedes-Benz O 400 RSE Marcopolo

Mercedes-Benz O 400 RSE in El camino, Movie, 2000 IMDB

Class: Bus, Single-deck — Model origin: BR

Mercedes-Benz O 400 RSE Marcopolo

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

Comments about this vehicle

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SteveWonder BR

2011-04-10 04:54

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Marcopolo Paradiso GV 1150 - Mercedes Benz O371 (or 373?) R chassis

Gomselmash11

2011-04-10 05:06

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Not 371... sure a Mercedes Benz O373.

SteveWonder BR

2011-04-12 01:40

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What is the difference between the 371 and the 373? I've forgot it :D

SteveWonder BR

2011-04-12 01:41

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By the way... the 373 model is only for Argentina, through.

Gomselmash11

2011-04-12 04:14

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Its more older the 371. Its the "monobloco" built in Brazil by Mercedes-Benz Brazil.
Hey, you not remember this bus? Link to "i266.photobucket.com"
The O 373 its a local bus, similar to this, but with other frontal.

Gomselmash11

2011-04-12 04:19

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But, this and the other in the same movie, are the brazilian made O 373. More newer than the local-built.

SteveWonder BR

2011-04-14 01:47

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Same front... as the project "evolved" (inflation crisis in end of eighties) from 370.

Those buses came not from São Bernardo do Campo plant, but from (now desceased...) Campinas plant.

Gomselmash11

2011-04-14 03:12

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Well, yes. Just an evolution of the bus, agree. The O 373 not have the front of the O 371, see here this: http://www.solobus.com.ar/galerias2006/marzo/marzo.htm
http://www.busarg.com.ar/marchafederal.htm

-- Last edit: 2011-04-14 03:13:07

SteveWonder BR

2011-04-19 01:59

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"econo-political" evolution...

jorgemenA91 CL

2013-02-23 03:16

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O400RSE, not O373

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