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OM Leoncino

OM Leoncino in The Italian Job, Movie, 1969 IMDB

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: IT

OM Leoncino

Position 01:00:04 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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antp BE

2006-02-12 18:31

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-- Last edit: 2010-12-17 21:38:15 (vilero)

mm CH

2006-02-13 02:31

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Something from the family of the OM CL/51?

http://www.poliziadistato.it/pds/chisiamo/storia/autostoriche/autocarro_om.htm

Junkman UK

2006-04-10 02:13

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OM Leoncino

Jaqob P. NL

2006-05-03 20:37

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I think it's a Furgonato, it says so on WWW.THEITALIANJOB.COM.

-- Last edit: 2006-05-10 17:38:04

mm CH

2006-05-19 15:05

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OM Tigrotto 35 N or 35 NL

http://www.album-mmt.it/details.php?image_id=24906
http://www.album-mmt.it/details.php?image_id=24905

Even http://www.theitalianjob.com/cars_othervehicles.htm says:

Sicurezza Bullion Van
[...] The van was bought in Turin by the production crew and was almost certainly an OM 'Furgonato', most probably based on the chassis of a 'Tigrotto', a very famous OM truck , which was popular in Italy during the Sixties an early Seventies. [...] It was a regular van when bought, so Disley Jones and his art crew transformed it into a convincing security van. [...]

Furgone/Furgonato just means a big closed back for deliveries, like step vans.

ESAGAMMA718 SE

2007-09-11 17:54

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"Furgonato" = "van" in Italian. It is a Leoncino (not Tigrotto: look at the front wheels!) postal delivery van, painted as "how an early Seventies Englisman tought an Italian armoured van shoud look" :-)

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