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1989 Kenworth W-900 B

1989 Kenworth W-900 B in Licence to Kill, Movie, 1989 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Trailer truck (tractor) — Model origin: US

1989 Kenworth W-900 B

Position 02:02:54 [*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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Coyote63000

2004-12-14 16:22

Kenworth W900. Modele produit à partir de 1985.(Les modeles anterieurs à 1985 avaient les phares ronds)

IMCDb FR

2004-12-14 22:21

Enfin un amateur de poids lourd ! Bienvenue sur le site !

wickey SK

2006-12-25 13:44

looks like wrong codes :lol:

gliffhanger NL

2007-01-19 12:52

Three specially modified Kenworth W-900Bs were used in the James Bond movie Licence to Kill

G-MANN UK

2008-10-15 23:49

4 indentical tankers are used in this epic action sequence at the end of the film.

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-- Last edit: 2008-10-15 23:51:37

IRT_BMT_IND CA

2008-10-16 01:08

Is this chase in Mexico? If it is the trucks would be Kenworth Kenmex.

Q-Ball JP

2008-11-10 19:29

no its in south america

Say, if they are identical, then why are the wheels so changing?

Gag Halfrunt UK

2008-11-10 19:50

Yes, it is Mexico.
Quote Mexicali, Baja California Norte, Mexico
(highway finale scene - truck chase)

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0097742/locations

That said, the trucks might have been bought and modified for stunt work in the US.

BlackIce_GTS CA

2009-02-20 08:45

Why and how does it wheelie like that? Real trucks can't do that, can they?

Oljoke2 DE

2009-09-18 21:26

Also a real truck cant drive on two wheels (in this case its 5 :-P) with trailer without crashing.

Firebird86 US

2009-09-18 23:24

This exact truck was donated to the Orange County School District by the producers of the movie with the stipulation that it never be sold at a profit or titled for operation on the road. Its currently residing at the Oakridge Vocational Institute in Orlando, Florida in the diesel instruction shop. It still has the original 1 ton counterweight mounted on the fifth wheel assembly extending approx 5 feet behind the frame rails. The rear suspension was also modified to allow for extra travel. The truck does pull wheelies under its own power. Ive seen and driven this truck while attending Oakridge Vocational.

-- Last edit: 2009-09-19 18:37:34

4x4 23

2009-11-23 01:14

firebird86,

what year would you say this rig was?

max1349 CA

2009-11-23 01:16

4x4 23 wrote firebird86,

what year would you say this rig was?

i would say it's a 1987

56PeteFan CA

2010-01-13 22:46

max1349 wrote
i would say it's a 1987


the truck is a 1986 Kenworth W-900, I have seen this truck down at Oakridge Vocational Institute school as well

-- Last edit: 2010-01-13 22:47:15

BlackIce_GTS CA

2010-09-17 09:39

BigLorryBlog a little more info.
I still wonder why they would go to the trouble of making it do a wheelie.

Truck117 US

2015-09-22 17:52

The Ian Fleming Foundation owns possibly the last surviving truck, stating that KW built it in 1989.
http://www.ianflemingfoundation.org/ltk.htm

Fluttershy US

2020-05-08 21:49

BlackIce_GTS wrote Why and how does it wheelie like that? Real trucks can't do that, can they?

Not without some HEAVY EXPENSIVE Modifications

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