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MAN 18.220 HOCL Alexander ALX300 [A69]

MAN 18.220 HOCL [A69] in Clocking Off, TV Series, 2000-2003 IMDB Ep. 3.03

Class: Bus, Single-deck — Model origin: DE — Built in: UK

MAN 18.220 HOCL Alexander ALX300 [A69]

Position 00:05:04 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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dsl SX

2014-11-18 03:15

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Entered as single deck, but could also be double deck - nothing onscreen to decide.

Exiv96 BE

2014-11-18 10:50

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IMHO it's too long to be a double decker.

Alexander ALX 200 (or 300) body on some chassis.

3asv6 HK

2014-11-18 11:01

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Similar to this, this is a Alexander ALX300 bodied MAN A69.
The hub reduction driving axis is from MAN.

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dsl SX

2014-11-18 12:12

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So merge with /vehicle_750641-MAN-18220-M2000-1999.html ??

3asv6 HK

2014-11-18 14:15

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dsl wrote So merge with /vehicle_750641-MAN-18220-M2000-1999.html ??


Sorry, what is merge? I only know what is MAN A69 / 18.220.
Nothing about MAN M2000...

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dsl SX

2014-11-18 15:56

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"merge" means move both buses onto one page if they are same model, instead of having 2 separate pages.

We now have 4 of these MAN M2000 / A69 / 18.220 buses with various diferent names to resolve. M2000 comes from number plate information - 3 of them are described as
dsl wrote ..... MAN M2000 18.220 HOCL S/D BUS/COACH

So far we have no sign of A69 apart from your comments, and no other examples among our other MANs. We have lots of M2000 across all types.

Sandie SX

2014-11-18 16:02

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Plate info for commercial vehicles seems to be a mess. Maybe 'MAN M2000' is a bit like 'Ford Cargo 1615' or 'Dennis Elite MS LN 1516'?

M2000 seems to be a truck model and not a bus chassis.

kudos SX

2014-11-18 19:04

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I would suggesting renaming all four as 'MAN 18.220 Alexander ALX300 [A69]'. To my knowledge, the MAN designation of 18.220 refers to a maximum gross weight (GVW) of 18 tonnes and a power output of 220bhp. This is the case for all models, for example, the 18.240 chassis would have a GVW of 18 tonnes and 240bhp. A69 is the MAN type designation for these chassis'.

In the UK at least, they are most commonly referred to by the chassis designation, in this case 18.220.

dsl SX

2014-11-18 19:43

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dsl wrote Entered as single deck, but could also be double deck - nothing onscreen to decide.

Exiv96 wrote IMHO it's too long to be a double decker.


And just realised there's a definite absence of stairs ..... maybe only a small detail but I guess it could be important.

kudos wrote I would suggesting renaming all four as 'MAN 18.220 Alexander ALX300 [A69]'

Done for all 4. Any other stragglers which can now join the family?

kudos SX

2014-11-18 20:55

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Thanks. This one should also be renamed.

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