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unknown

unknown in Le plus joli péché du monde, Movie, 1951 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck

unknown

Position 00:48:26 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

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DidierF FR

2015-05-17 19:57

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Splendid!
At first, I had a German feeling, but I can't support it with any reference.

mike962 DE

2015-05-17 21:20

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the problem is many trucks of this era had coach builders cabins which makes them near impossible to ID....

DynaMike NL

2015-05-17 21:41

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The triple grille reminds me of these Büssing trucks, but on those the grille was not slanted :/
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andrepa DE

2015-05-18 13:33

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slanted triple grille + hood is from german Halbkette, fixed on a Mercedes L 5000 resp. L 325 with inserted split screen, could be armored for some reason?!

-- Last edit: 2015-05-18 13:42:24

petep UK

2015-05-18 14:13

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The Grill and possibly the bonnet look like they are from an Sdkfz 7

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I have no idea what the cab came from, but I doubt it is armoured or original,

I agree the chassis size and wheels look right for a large Mercedes truck

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or

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andrepa DE

2015-05-18 20:03

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i agree with Sdkfz 7 for front conversion as Famo of course is to heavy and rare!
yes, i wondered if only the windows are bulletproof glass, by thick frames, while the doors look postwar mercedesish, too.
maybe the square sign on the canvas could determine if it is kind of special transport ?!

-- Last edit: 2015-05-18 20:14:39

DidierF FR

2015-05-18 21:36

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It seems the sign reads "TD". (I have the movie under my nose right now.)

DidierF FR

2015-05-19 02:00

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André, I'm told on Link to "www.photosdecamions.com" that
Quote TD en noir sur fond rouge : tous départements
It's sort of an authorization card, saying that this truck is allowed to drive in all the country.

And jber05 there coyly suggests that it could be a Labourier. (Unfortunatey, for the moment, I can't find any Labourier truck of this kind, though many 4WD tractors and Zug… er, Zugmaschine.)

-- Last edit: 2015-05-19 02:01:22

DidierF FR

2015-05-19 02:07

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Actually, there is an Amicale Labourier, and their site shows very interesting pictures:
http://amicalelabourier.the-up.com/t114-camions
Almost that (1st picture) but not completely.

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