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GMC Steel Tilt Cab Customized for TV

GMC Steel Tilt Cab in NYPD Blue, TV Series, 1993-2005 IMDB Ep. 01.22

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: US

GMC Steel Tilt Cab Customized for TV

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mackster SE

2011-09-13 17:36

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Lateef NO

2011-09-13 17:37

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That's what it was. I was searching for C-Series :D

Lateef NO

2012-02-16 20:29

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Lateef NO

2012-03-03 03:15

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RRR US

2013-02-19 18:10

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This vehicle is a 1964 GMC Fire/Rescue rig originally purchased by the Union City NJ FD. Obtained from a fire equipment supplier by NBC for the 1989/90 'True Blue' TV series. The production co transformed it to the tune of $75,000 to its unique look for the TV series. Can bee seen elsewhere on this site in 'Ransome' and appeared in 'the Seige' and 'Daylight' (don't blink) in 1998.

An article was written about the transformation, with photos, in the Sept/Oct 1989 issue of Fire Apparatus Journal.

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Lateef NO

2013-10-01 21:14

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Lateef NO

2014-04-19 17:38

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Lateef NO

2014-07-05 00:57

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RedBoy9199 DE

2020-08-09 22:20

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So 1964, then.

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