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1982 Ford F-350 Regular Cab

1982 Ford F-350 in Tomorrow Never Dies, Movie, 1997 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Tow-truck — Model origin: US

1982 Ford F-350 Regular Cab

Position 01:02:26 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

AuthorMessage

Ddey65 US

2006-10-15 04:40

datsunZ wrote
1981 F-350

With that grille logo, it's a 1982 at the oldest.

Firebird86 US

2006-10-15 05:37

I agree Ddey

TFran94 US

2011-02-24 20:37

Were these actually sold in Germany? (or the UK, where I'm guessing this deck scene was probably filmed)?

Gag Halfrunt UK

2011-02-24 20:40

The car park interiors were shot at the Brent Cross shopping centre in north London.

robi DE

2011-11-15 18:31

TFran94 wrote Were these actually sold in Germany? (or the UK, where I'm guessing this deck scene was probably filmed)?


Nearly everything is available, but mainly not through Ford-dealers itself, mostly through importeurs.

dsl SX

2011-11-15 18:38

Heavy duty US recovery trucks like this are fairly rare in UK, but a few are used for lorry recovery, motorway standby fleets and for racetrack coverage. Another source may be vehicles sold off from US miltary bases/facilities in UK.

ingo DE

2011-11-15 20:44

Shall it be from a Volks...wagen garage? /vehicle_18790-Audi-80-Typ-81-1978.html

This wold be extreme unlikely. I've seen one time a Brazilian built VW-tow-truck in use by a VW-dealer in Wolfsburg, but this is more expectable that a product of annother brand.

Over here it's similar, as dsl says about the UK. A few US-made tow-trucks like that above -some bigger ones are running here, too- are in use here, also mainly for truck-recovery companies. Recently I saw a newer F 350 tow-truck around here. For those goes the same, as robi has pointed out (the same as for all kind of US-made Fords): they aren't available officially at Ford Germany, but on special order of a willing Ford-dealer or a private imorter, you can get them.

Robi DE

2016-06-16 15:31

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Thumbs 2 & 3 are from the chase's extended version.

sixtiesswing US

2021-12-03 05:41

ingo wrote Shall it be from a Volks...wagen garage? /vehicle_18790-Audi-80-Typ-81-1978.html

This wold be extreme unlikely. I've seen one time a Brazilian built VW-tow-truck in use by a VW-dealer in Wolfsburg, but this is more expectable that a product of annother brand.

I suspect it is meant to be a towing company not affiliated with a dealership with "VOLKS AUTO" simply meaning "PEOPLE'S AUTO" as a towing company. I see a logo above the name on the doors, and though I can't make out the design other than a red rectangle, it obviously isn't the iconic blue "VW" logo.

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