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1973 UAZ 469 B

1973 UAZ 469 B in The Living Daylights, Movie, 1987 IMDB

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Model origin: SU

1973 UAZ 469 B

[*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

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garco NL

2006-10-12 16:55

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UAZ, but picture is too flat I think.

datsunZ IT

2006-10-12 17:33

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1972 UAZ 469-B of Czechoslovak Army

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-10-13 00:50

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datsunZ wrote
1972 UAZ 469-B of Czechoslovak Army

The Czechoslovakia scenes were filmed in Austria (and the Cold War was still on), so it's unlikely that this particular UAZ ever belonged to the Czechoslovak army.

garco NL

2006-10-13 20:03

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Shall we put the 'B' in de 'extra info field'?
We use 'B' on them since datsunZ givis us that information, I corrected this one from '469-B' to '469 B' just as the other 469's which datsunZ had identified.
Who has an idea about this? I prefer the 'B' in the extra info field...

antp BE

2006-10-13 20:18

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What is this B ? If it is part of the model name and not just a trim level / version, it is better to keep it in the name.

garco NL

2006-10-13 21:03

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I don't know what this B is, if I search on google images on 'UAZ 469 B', it's only 2 pages. When searching on 'UAZ 469', there are many more, so I guess the B should in the extra information field.

antp BE

2006-10-13 21:43

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I means maybe that the real full name is less known :D

leolito BG

2006-10-14 11:34

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We talked about the 'B' thing here.
/vehicle_57090-UAZ-469-B.html

I believe the difference may be very hard to spot ... let's better not go crazy about it ... :)

garco NL

2006-10-17 08:33

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Yes, but it isn't clear to me... ;)
I say: drop the 'B'.

leolito BG

2006-10-17 14:47

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I second that ... :)

garco NL

2006-10-17 15:08

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That means you agree?

G-MANN UK

2006-10-17 15:24

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Yes, he does.

jefferson RU

2016-10-16 09:20

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With great delay I will try to help with the letter B. Just UAZ-469 - a special military version.This version is equipped with hub reduction, which increased the ground clearance of up to 300 mm. UAZ-469 B - a simplified version with a conventional axle and clearance of 220 mm. But this version is the most common, and it is only exported.

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