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Peterbilt 352

Peterbilt 352 in Wheels of Terror, Movie made for TV, 1990 IMDB

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

Peterbilt 352

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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garco NL

2006-06-16 22:56

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Left car Mazda 323?

Raul1983 FI

2006-06-16 23:11

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Looks like it's a Ford Tempo

(I'm not good at identifying american cars)

antp BE

2006-06-16 23:16

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It is the Tempo already listed, but it was for the truck...

stronghold EN

2006-06-16 23:32

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We are looking for the truck here.!

hiergehts CH

2006-06-16 23:42

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Hopefully that Tempo will get hit by the Kenworth truck. :D

stronghold EN

2006-06-16 23:46

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hiergehts wrote Hopefully that Tempo will get hit by the Kenworth truck. :D

..It was a near miss...! (see 'Temp-poo' pics)

Explorer4x4

2006-06-17 02:50

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I'm trying not to be like Rocker BJ, but its getting pretty hard. Antoine wants me not to talk about Tempo's and when other cars get wrecked. But, I think I will anyway.

Explorer4X4

2006-06-17 05:13

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hiergehts wrote Hopefully that Tempo will get hit by the Kenworth truck.

Hopefully you get in a wreck next time you drive hiergehts.

Firebird86 US

2006-06-17 05:26

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Peterbilt 362

Firebird86 US

2006-06-17 08:04

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Explorer4x4 wrote I'm trying not to be like Rocker BJ, but its getting pretty hard. Antoine wants me not to talk about Tempo's and when other cars get wrecked. But, I think I will anyway.

That, my friend, could be a career decision. :D

Explorer4X4

2006-06-17 16:51

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:D

Big Tone US

2006-06-20 00:01

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352H

Mackinac359 US

2006-11-05 21:11

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The truck is a Peterbilt 352 (not an H, H is taller, has a 4 inch panel below the headlamps). I'm guessing a '72-75 (door handles not mounted low, so it is no newer than a '75).

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