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1945 Ford F598 T

1945 Ford F598 T in The Passage, Movie, 1979 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: FR

1945 Ford F598 T

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stronghold EN

2006-07-08 09:23

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[Image: passage297aw.1299.jpg]

2491tj EN

2006-07-11 01:26

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post ww2 russian Zil Truck.

der.krusche AT

2006-07-14 13:12

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2491tj wrote post ww2 russian Zil Truck.

ore maybe a praga, like we listed here?

/vehicle_31499-Praga-RN.html

well, fender is different. what eles?

:-))
m.



-- Last edit: 2006-07-14 13:13:19

Delta Fox US

2006-08-24 00:23

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Possibly an Opel Blitz. It has the German cross on the side, so it can't be a Russian truck.

DIEHARD NL

2006-09-13 23:08

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Delta Fox wrote Possibly an Opel Blitz. It has the German cross on the side, so it can't be a Russian truck.


I think it looks different from an Opel Blitz /vehicle_50397-Opel-Blitz.html

They could hav easily taken a Russian truck to preform on the German side, if they ran out of vehicles, or just by mistake...

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-09-13 23:16

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Delta Fox wrote Possibly an Opel Blitz. It has the German cross on the side, so it can't be a Russian truck.

If you look at the Second World War films on here, you'll see all sorts of non-German and post-war models, including American ones, passed off as German army vehicles.

-- Last edit: 2006-09-13 23:23:51

Delta Fox US

2006-09-17 21:29

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If so, it might be a Dodge.

michal1 PL

2011-02-16 21:47

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Russians after II WW were using US trucks, so it can be Dodge. In 1979 ZiL was modern truck, so I don`t think so that they blow a quite good truck.

JavierDiesel ES

2012-11-12 19:00

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Ford F598T, the french version of the german V3000S.

lightninboy US

2012-12-04 18:19

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JavierDiesel wrote Ford F598T, the french version of the german V3000S.

It looks like a French Ford truck.

3loader RU

2012-12-04 19:22

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I agree.

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