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Isuzu MT 111 QB TBBW

Isuzu MT 111 QB in Madventures, Non-fiction TV, 2002-2009 IMDB Ep. 1.8

Class: Bus, Single-deck — Model origin: TH

Isuzu MT 111 QB TBBW

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BeanBandit FI

2006-06-21 13:18

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Bangkok bus.

garco NL

2006-06-21 15:22

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Here's another one: http://www.sutp.org/images/articles/acbus.gif

garco NL

2006-06-26 18:36

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I have let others do some research...

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Well, it's one of BMTA's standard non-AC Isuzu buses, obviously.

But I have no idea about the type.... (should be easy to find out - probably just need to have a look at the back of one when I go out on the street next time!)

garco NL

2006-06-26 22:27

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And another quote:

Right, this is a IZUZU with bodywork from TBBW (or subcontractors)
As known in the world of busses; chassis with motor and body are different things.
ISUZU for sure should have a type number, I must admit I never noted it.
Well NCR, go out and do so and maybe you know where TBBW is stand for.

garco NL

2006-06-28 08:22

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Another quote:
Thonburi Bus Body Works. I would also guess that TBBW is either based in Ban Pong or Thonburi, as those two seem to be the great bus body locations in Thailand.

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It seems like the BMTA used a generic bus body on different chassis.

Sometimes they have "Isuzu" stuck on the front and back (of the otherwise identical body), sometimes the Hino name/emblem, sometimes Mitsubishi; but never is any type displayed.



-- Last edit: 2006-06-28 08:22:24

garco NL

2006-06-28 21:26

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Well, the type number can be hidden somewhere on the bodywork in tiny letters or at back on the lid of the engine box or not at all. As I said before I cannot remember and normally I look very careful.
On the other hand even the shiny metal letters on front are questionable. TBBW (thanks for the name I have good guessed my self) orders chassis’s from different suppliers or / and builders. Easy to put a name on or worse put another on if you run out of letter stock by accident. Ask to crawl under it and check for any identification on the chassis or motor it self seems to be a hard and dirty job and only possible at the depot although the gridlocks here and there might give you an opportunity.
Asking any driver to me seems useless as asking in general in Thailand unless you are fluent in Thai language but still. Complicated questions can not be answered out of fear for loosing face and simple saying sorry I don’t know seems to be a lose already. They will tell you anything as long as you seemed to be pleased. Now you understand why it takes years and years to get the bit and pieces together were they belong. Yes Nils, I was aware of the problem even far before this thread started.

garco NL

2006-07-06 13:17

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I have found also this page: http://www.thaiminator.de/Bkk7-fahren2-bus.htm

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Quote Kleine grüne Mercedes-Busse und große blau-weiße oder rote von Hino-Motors, Isuzu und Mitsubishi fahren Linie, grundsätzlich bedenklicher Zustand.


I guess we have to choose one, Isuzu, Hino or Mitsubishi. I prefer Isuzu because I heard that the most and in the picture on the page you see 'ISUZU'.

-- Last edit: 2006-07-06 13:19:24

opal TH

2011-01-18 03:33

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ISUZU MT111QB

year 1991

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