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Custom Made Tuk Tuk

Custom Made Tuk Tuk in Lit feng chin che 2 gik chuk chuen suet, Movie, 1999 IMDB

Class: Others, Three-wheeler — Model origin: TH

Custom Made Tuk Tuk

Position 00:51:13 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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antp BE

2005-11-14 23:47

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[Image: tuktuk0047016um.7651.jpg]

Firebird86 US

2006-06-24 05:49

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Tuk Tuk

antp BE

2006-06-24 12:35

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Tuk Tuk is just a generic nickname for such vehicles, but isn't there a more accurate name for this one? (as the nickname may depend on the region or the style of these vehicles)

-- Last edit: 2006-06-24 12:36:23

sixcyl FR

2006-06-24 12:43

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In India they called them "Rickshaw" ...orthograph non guarenteed

Firebird86 US

2006-06-24 19:49

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Apparently these tuk tuk's are built by various manufacturers, however I couldnt find any of them listed anywhere, I dont know if theres too many of them to list, or nobody has gone to the trouble to track them all down. :D

altn8r US

2006-08-01 02:36

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They are called auto-rickshaw in India...here is a website if you thinking of buying one ;-)

http://www.auto-rickshaw.com/browse-by-brand.html

garco NL

2006-09-18 15:37

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tell us maruti800...

datsunZ IT

2006-10-13 18:52

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The Tuk-Tuk was based on a Daihatsu Midget 3-wheeled truck;the born of that traditional Thai's taxi was unlikely strange:in fact,'cause Daihatsu have many unsold lots of these vehicles,the Thailandese Govt. will accept to bought all those vehicles around 1962,then transformed in the famous Tuk-Tuk down there(name seems comes after an onomatopeics in local idiom that reproduces engine sound of the vehicle)




Gag Halfrunt UK

2008-02-27 19:10

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Why is this listed as custom-made? It might well be a common Thai model that no-one has yet identified.

antp BE

2008-02-28 00:00

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All "Tuk Tuk" listed long time ago were renamed to "Custom Made Tuk Tuk" rather than "unknown", as at that time there was nobody on the site to identify these.

-- Last edit: 2008-02-28 00:00:37

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