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Custom Made 'Jeepney'

Custom Made 'Jeepney' in Daughters of Satan, Movie, 1972 IMDB

Class: Bus, Single-deck — Model origin: US — Built in: PH — Made for: RP

Custom Made 'Jeepney'

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

Comments about this vehicle

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stronghold EN

2005-12-16 20:06

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What would you class these as.? SUV/4x4.?,..wagon.?... single deck Bus.?

stronghold EN

2005-12-16 20:28

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antp BE

2005-12-16 20:46

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It is a little small for a bus, but I do not know what to choose between 4x4, Van and Wagon...

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carchasesfanatic ES

2005-12-16 20:57

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This is a famous Bus in Manila, these buses are made with a jeep and puting it a larger rear part,they are called Jeepney, I think u should clasify it as a Bus, as that is what it really is.

antp BE

2005-12-16 20:59

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Vans are also sometimes used as busses, that does not mean they are busses ;)

stronghold EN

2005-12-16 21:02

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Maybe a new section for...mini-buses.?

ben68 BE

2005-12-16 21:04

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The base remains a 4x4...

antp BE

2005-12-16 21:10

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So we list it as "Jeep Jeepney" ?

Quote Maybe a new section for...mini-buses.?


This is a little small for what is usually called "minibus" I think. It does not seem to be bigger than a Renault Espace for example.
Well, it is difficult to classify all these, but adding categories makes the classification even more difficult ;)

-- Last edit: 2005-12-16 21:12:26

stronghold EN

2005-12-18 09:54

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I'm glad everyones decided on a name for these Jeeps.! ;)

merc108 US

2006-01-10 04:59

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Jeepney is a hybrid of a jeep/jitney . The jeepneys were actually modified jeeps from excess war surplus (circa1946-48) and fenders/parts of old American cars.

2491tj EN

2006-03-17 01:10

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since the 1950s these jeepneys have been "proper" vehicles,made from scratch and not from ww2 surplus jeeps.

wrenchhead US

2006-03-17 01:58

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I think I would tend to call it a van. It looks about the same size as a VW van and its not as big as the big american vans and carries no more people.

wrenchhead US

2006-03-17 04:14

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Did they keep the 4 wheel drive when they modified them?

merc108 US

2006-04-01 05:39

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The early jeepneys were made from wwII surplus army jeeps and have been modified with hodgepodge fenders and chrome from popular American cars. The later ones were made from scratch and as time progressed had actual metal fabrication with the coachbuilders own materials and labour. As for the 4 wheel drive..early models maybe the "later" jeepneys did not have 4wheel drive and had Japanese made diesel engines or Mercedes-Benz diesel engines.

CaMaroFaN PH

2009-10-20 11:02

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This should be classed as Bus,Single deck.

camarofan PH

2010-02-26 10:08

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We should tell IMCDb.Org to change the Jeepneys to Bus,Single Deck.

-- Last edit: 2010-02-26 10:08:28

antp BE

2010-02-26 15:39

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But do you know how we can tell them?
(anyway, this is more like a lengthened car/SUV/offroad/van than a real bus...)

-- Last edit: 2010-02-26 15:40:45

CamaroFan PH

2011-06-17 18:02

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Sarao SWB.

tom11

2012-03-31 20:00

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Who changed them all from Jeep Jeepney to ''Custom Made Jeepney''?

antp BE

2012-04-02 15:47

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"Jeepney" is not a model from Jeep so that way of listing them was not correct anyway

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