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Fiat 642 RN Orlandi

Fiat 642 RN in Zwischen uns die Berge, Movie, 1956 IMDB

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

Fiat 642 RN Orlandi

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

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andrepa DE

2013-01-26 13:54

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[Image: 3sat2013-01-2517-53-05.jpg] [Image: 3sat2013-01-2517-55-03.jpg]

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andrepa DE

2013-01-26 23:12

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here we see the bus coming
[Image: 3sat2013-01-2517-50-55.jpg] [Image: 3sat2013-01-2517-50-50.jpg]
this one is bicolor, while the other Orlandi bus is monochrome.

-- Last edit: 2013-01-26 23:28:30

andrepa DE

2013-01-26 23:16

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bigger type as here, but same decor!
/vehicle.php?id=299683&l=de
rear end of smaller OM looks familiar
/vehicle.php?id=450866&l=de

-- Last edit: 2013-01-27 00:33:12

andrepa DE

2013-01-26 23:47

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here brief comparison Orlandi/ OM Barbi
[Image: bild060.jpg]
right now found factory photo of longer version Orione is the biggest bus of OM
http://www.autolit.net/Graphics/1109/ua753.jpg


-- Last edit: 2013-01-27 00:29:51

andrepa DE

2013-01-29 14:26

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what about swiss plate, it doesn´t look faked, and real even framed photographies on plywood of rear seats
very noticeable, showing swiss scebery Rüdlischwur Wilhelm Tell shooting an aple from head of his son etc. never seen before!

-- Last edit: 2013-01-29 14:28:06

DynaMike NL

2013-01-29 14:33

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No idea of what bus this could be, but I like the indicator lights :)

-- Last edit: 2013-01-29 14:37:27

andrepa DE

2013-01-29 14:35

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yes, they look like on BMW 1602 or aother sedans :)
the girl talked switzerdütsch with french accent, maybe hint coming from lac Leman or Geneve

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DynaMike NL

2013-01-29 14:36

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Those are the taillights. The indicators are on top of the license plate :)

andrepa DE

2013-01-29 14:37

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:lol:
thought these are swiss Männeken without arms

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DynaMike NL

2013-01-29 14:39

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Haha!
License VS = Wallis / Vallais / Vallese.

-- Last edit: 2013-01-29 14:40:12

andrepa DE

2013-01-29 14:44

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here photo of wallisian busses 1956 Saviem not ours, but maybe same company
http://www.autolit.net/Graphics/1211/zua3881.jpg

esagamma718 SE

2013-01-29 15:50

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Fiat 642RN bodied by Renzo Orlandi. Wallis registrationis fake; original taillights are the one above the registration plate (as requested by old Italian road act, modified in 1959). Round taillights were mounted to comply new road act requirements.

kegare JP

2013-01-29 15:58

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andrepa wrote [Image: a1.45.jpg] [Image: a2.50.jpg]



esagamma718 wrote It's the same model as here: /vehicle_568363.html You can tell it's a Fiat 642 (and not, i.e., a 682RN an Alfa Romeo 900A or an OM Super Orione) by the narrow front axle. And it's not a Lancia Esatau because of both the front axle and the asymmetrical overhangs.

andrepa DE

2013-01-29 17:41

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esagamma718 wrote Fiat 642RN bodied by Renzo Orlandi. Wallis registrationis fake; original taillights are the one above the registration plate (as requested by old Italian road act, modified in 1959). Round taillights were mounted to comply new road act requirements.

ah, sweet music in my ears, as it was my original intent, although not knowing it has narrow axle, almost hidden front wheels.

-- Last edit: 2013-01-29 17:42:58

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