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1976 White-Freightliner WFC-12064

1976 White-Freightliner WFC-12064 in Stroszek, Movie, 1976 IMDB

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

1976 White-Freightliner WFC-12064

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Weasel1984 PL

2007-08-10 20:50

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CBE in the middle.

Firebird86 US

2007-08-11 08:01

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White Freightliner

nzcarnerd NZ

2007-08-11 09:49

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According to the book "Big Rigs of the 1970s" by Ron Adams, the deal whereby White dealers sold Freightliner trucks lasted from 1951 to 1976. The Freightliner conventional was introduced in 1973 as a White/Freightliner and became just Freightliner from 1977. This one could be labeled a 1973 White/Freightliner FLC 12064. The 120 referred to the standard 120 inch cab. Standard powerplant was the 290 Cummins. The cabover models - like the others in the pic - had a choice of five different cab lengths.

seventiestrucker US

2007-08-13 00:52

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You're right but it's a WFC 120. http://www.hankstruckpictures.com/pix/trucks/robert_dick/wfc12064t_brochure.jpg

dwayne US

2007-08-13 17:45

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Maybe change it to White-Freightliner and put it with the others?

antp BE

2007-08-13 17:48

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Indeed

seventiestrucker US

2007-12-26 04:28

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nzcarnerd wrote According to the book "Big Rigs of the 1970s" by Ron Adams, the deal whereby White dealers sold Freightliner trucks lasted from 1951 to 1976. The Freightliner conventional was introduced in 1973 as a White/Freightliner and became just Freightliner from 1977. This one could be labeled a 1973 White/Freightliner FLC 12064. The 120 referred to the standard 120 inch cab. Standard powerplant was the 290 Cummins. The cabover models - like the others in the pic - had a choice of five different cab lengths.

What you probably saw was a Prototype Freightliner from 1973.

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