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Mercedes-Benz LP [LP65]

Mercedes-Benz LP [LP65] in Sauve qui peut (la vie), Movie, 1980 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: DE

Mercedes-Benz LP [LP65]

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Weasel1984 PL

2010-06-07 18:55

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[Vehicle Image 308105]
Looks interesting.

ingo DE

2010-06-08 20:05

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The wheels are irritating me, otherwise I would guess a Mercedes Benz LP-series

Weasel1984 PL

2010-06-08 23:16

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I have to agree, the general shape of cab is identical, only the front wall seems to be different... Perhaps due to the distance/lights - what else it can be?
http://www.flickr.com/photos/wd3203/2373177781/

ingo DE

2010-06-09 13:13

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:wow: ths pic shows an oversized copy of a WIKING-truck! :D

@Weasel: have I told, where all the vehicles in the Mercedes-Museum got their plates from? ;)

ingo DE

2010-06-09 13:17

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Oh, I forgot a detail: the driver's house is more important than the wheels! I remember, that in Italy (AFAIK in Switzerland, too) always the trucks had different, unique wheels, even today. See here, too: /vehicle_308101-Magirus-Deutz.html

So it's quite sure a Mercedes LP.

zodiac SE

2010-06-09 21:23

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I'm not so sure it's a LP65. Couldn't it be something made by Renault or Berliet, as it's a french film? Further investigation is neccesary.

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chris40 UK

2010-06-09 22:27

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I'm fairly sure it is an LP (I once had the Wiking model ingo mentions). There's another vehicle behind it which might have confused Weasel.

Weasel1984 PL

2010-06-10 13:58

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So LP, then we will delete it soon, I think.
ingo wrote @Weasel: have I told, where all the vehicles in the Mercedes-Museum got their plates from? ;)

Neckarsulm? ;) No, you mean perhaps the former collector, so bearing in mind, that you reduced once the collection... (?)

ingo DE

2010-06-10 18:51

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@not Neckarsulm. :no: You have confused the companies, the pic is from the MERCEDES-museum. :p

The plates, the exhibition-cars in the Mercedes-museum have, are collected from us license-plates-freaks. ;) Extra orignal plates from similar years, which belongs to the model-years of the cars.
One pair I gave to the Museum, the H-SL 824 of my father's 1973 VW Passat, he had in 1978-80. It's on my dream-car in the exhibition - the 300 SEL 6.3 :) I said before, that I only allow to mount the plates on that car. Otherwise I would have taken them back.

A pic from an IMCDB-member, CrazyCars had made it: http://img379.imageshack.us/img379/2457/1000896au8.jpg :D

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Weasel1984 PL

2010-06-13 17:34

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Sad, it was not some personal plate. ;) (Sorry for my dilettantism if you didn't have back then personalized plates ;) ).

ingo DE

2010-06-13 17:52

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no, we don't have "real personalized" plates like in Poland, Austria, Denmark or Latuvia. There are only different combinations of the letters and ciphers behind the town-code possible. But not everything and not everywhere. It would be too comprehensive to talk about details. Some plate-freaks are busy with that since years...
In the past (until the 90ies) it was more difficult with these personal combinations, as every authority-office had own ideas. Sometimes they are still there, these idiotic ideas of idiots of the authority. Better no details, I would be upset again... :/

Weasel1984 PL

2010-06-13 18:09

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Our personalized plates are in fact usually terrible.
I thought, it was maybe possible to "smuggle", to the MB kingdom, plate with camouflaged somehow "K70". That would be something - double win. However, I should guess, this kind of combinations are not possible in Germany - otherwise you would rather own such plates. ;)

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