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1957 Saviem-LRS H14

1957 Saviem-LRS H14 in Les bidasses en folie, Movie, 1971 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: FR

1957 Saviem-LRS H14

Position 00:15:22 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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le camionneur FR

2005-09-18 21:33

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jl 200 a mon avis

antp BE

2005-09-18 21:35

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Les phares sont différents de ce que je trouve sur Google pour ce modèle

sixcyl FR

2005-10-09 02:29

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Ce n'est ni un JL, ni un JM..lesquels sont des dérivés du SOMUA JL19.
En réalité c'est un LATIL H14 rebadgé SAVIEM après le rgroupement de Latil,Renault et Somua. Seules la calandre à 3 barres horizontales au lieu de 7 et l' inscription frontale SAVIEM diffèrent du Latil originel.
Il faut donc le conserver dans la catégorie Saviem en tant que LRS

antp BE

2008-03-07 23:58

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[Image: saviem001557yp7.9615.jpg]

Weasel1984 PL

2009-08-07 14:22

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Interesting cabine. Not common with Saviem badge, I guess

-- Last edit: 2009-08-07 14:29:55

sixcyl FR

2009-08-07 16:09

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Yes, ex Latil cabin :)

slon95 RU

2020-01-26 23:41

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This is RHD one. Was this a sign of the garbage truck configuration, or was it made originally for GB?

johnfromstaffs EN

2020-01-27 00:20

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The chances of any English district council (I cannot speak for the other countries) buying, or even having heard of a Saviem dustcart in 1957 are vanishingly minute.

The council of the town where I grew up, at that time had two dustcarts, a 1950 Morris-Commercial, URE 99, and a 1956 Thames ET6, 461 LRF. (iirc, of course). They also still had a 1920s SD Freighter used asa a gully cleaner, cesspit emptier, unfortunately I can’t recall the registration number, but I remember being fascinated by its weird design.

-- Last edit: 2020-01-27 09:11:35

Ingo DE

2020-01-27 00:35

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slon95 wrote This is RHD one. Was this a sign of the garbage truck configuration, or was it made originally for GB?

In Continental Europe RHD is rare for garbage truck - but common for street sweepers.

(inactive user)

2020-01-27 00:52

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This is a Latil cabin and most Latils were RHD: http://www.museeducamion.com/latil.html and if you google for 'camion Latil' you find stuff like: Link to "www.fondationberliet.org"
Why were they RHD? No idea. French members?

Ingo DE

2020-01-27 08:35

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kegare wrote This is a Latil cabin and most Latils were RHD...
Why were they RHD? No idea. French members?

Because the driver can better watch the boardwork and check, if there is some garbage hidden.

Baube QC

2020-01-27 10:17

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don't know for the recent ones but old ones here had steering wheels on both sides

oops.. i thought it was a sweeper.. :whistle:

-- Last edit: 2020-01-27 10:18:53

(inactive user)

2020-01-27 16:19

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Ingo wrote
Because the driver can better watch the boardwork and check, if there is some garbage hidden.


The thing is, they weren't just garbage trucks, for example the Latil in my link is a stake bed truck and it's RHD.

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