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Seddon 32/4

Seddon 32/4 in Dottor Jekyll e gentile signora, Movie, 1979 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Trailer truck (tractor) — Model origin: UK

Seddon 32/4

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ElSaxo IT

2015-04-25 03:09

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andrepa DE

2015-04-26 00:06

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Seddon of Bulwark
http://www.trucknetuk.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=61784

eLMeR FM

2015-04-26 01:40

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andrepa wrote Seddon of Bulwark
http://www.trucknetuk.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=61784

• I focused mainly on the pictures, but from what I understood, Bulwark is either a tank maker or a fluids carrier company, not a truck maker;
• No truck shown in the linked page seems to match the one of this page: depending on the model shown, the rear cab window (Seddon 32/4) or the door one (Seddon Atkinson 400 M4) don't fit.

I thought about a Dodge 100 or one of its predecessors, but there is always a detail that doesn't fit... What do our British friends think about this one?

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dsl SX

2015-04-26 02:52

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eLMeR wrote Bulwark is ... a fluids carrier company, not a truck maker

Agreed. Lots of Seddons here, including some Bulwark fleet

JCB UK

2015-04-27 15:02

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Yes I would say a Seddon 32/4 belonging to the Bulwark company, Seddons had nice simple designations at this time 32/4 meant 32tons gross weight / four wheels

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andrepa DE

2015-04-28 23:17

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@eLMeR my way of conclusion was: ah a truck of fluids carrier BULWARK and not to forgot the powder, they carry, too ;), let's have a look at their fleet, oh non of the Seddons fits perfectly,
due to fuzziness of period we are looking for, so by statistic reason conclusion was Seddon, as JCB explains couldn't find a name for it, because Seddons were named simply by tonage/wheels

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andrepa DE

2015-04-29 01:15

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eLMeR wrote

• No truck shown in the linked page seems to match the one of this page: depending on the model shown, the rear cab window (Seddon 32/4) or the door one (Seddon Atkinson 400 M4) don't fit.

I thought about a Dodge 100 or one of its predecessors, but there is always a detail that doesn't fit... What do our British friends think about this one?
Commer Dodge is very similar indeed,
the the rear cab window (Seddon 32/4 makes it a mid size 32/4 as i found 32/4 with even longer rear window it reminds me of the way Mercedes makes day cabs no rear window, tippers small rear window and sleeping cab long window

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