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Scania L 111

Scania L 111 in De Ratelrat, Movie, 1987 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Tow-truck — Model origin: SE

Scania L 111

[*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle


ingo DE

2012-12-20 23:12



kegare JP

2012-12-20 23:44


Yes, Scania/Scania-Vabis.

DynaMike NL

2012-12-20 23:46


Might be built in Holland (not sure when they started assembly of these in Zwolle).

Jale PL

2012-12-21 00:06


Black steering wheel --> Scania (I presume)

esagamma718 SE

2013-01-29 17:58


It's not a model from the Scania-Vabis era, but a conventional model from late Sixties/early Seventies. It belogs to the 0 or 1 series.

-- Last edit: 2013-01-29 17:58:34

matti538 NL

2013-06-10 17:30




2013-12-28 17:41


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zodiac SE

2015-03-02 21:28


This is very unlikely a LB 111 as that is a model without hood/bonnet, sometimes referred to as Cab Over Engine (or COE).
Models with bonnet only begins with a L, LB is a COE.

LBS (with COE), or LS (with hood), means two rear axles, the first one driven.
LBT (with COE), or LT (with hood), means two rear axles, both of them driven. Ordered when more traction was needed like huge ones delivering timber, or some models used in mines or quarries.
LBF, means two front axles, one rear.
LBFS (with COE, I have never seen one with hood) means two front axles and two rear axles, the first one driven.

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