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1957 Thames Trader MkI [500E]

1957 Thames Trader MkI [500E] in Diabolik, Movie, 1968 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: UK

1957 Thames Trader MkI [500E]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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Bebert FR

2007-01-29 09:02

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Ingo DE

2008-12-21 21:03

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The front is not visible. :(

Raul1983 FI

2008-12-21 21:04

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Thames Trader turns into something else when it falls down a cliff. Can anyone identify what it is ?

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Kooshmeister US

2008-12-22 11:10

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Raul1983 wrote Thames Trader turns into something else when it falls down a cliff. Can anyone identify what it is ?


Looks kind of like a Unimog.

garco NL

2008-12-22 12:27

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Ingo wrote The front is not visible. :(


Too background :)

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-12-22 14:44

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If the one falling off the cliff has a role i'd list it.

antp BE

2008-12-22 15:15

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He said it: it is supposed to be the same as the main one.
I would not list it separately.

I guess that Ingo & Garco's comments where related to the girl rather than the truck :think:

-- Last edit: 2008-12-22 15:16:22

chris40 UK

2008-12-22 16:40

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I think the 'Thames Trader' committing suicide is Made for Movie, probably by someone who never saw a Thames Trader. I wouldn't list it either, if only to spare the blushes of the props. department.

Ingo DE

2008-12-22 21:33

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antp wrote
I guess that Ingo & Garco's comments where related to the girl rather than the truck :think:


:beer: The candidate got 99 rubber-points and has won as many washing-machines as he can carry at home!


I don't know, if you understand the meaning of this 100% adapted German phrase, but here it fits perfectly. :p

Mango AU

2009-01-23 00:30

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The truck going over the cliff is a 1940's Blitz Wagon. These were a 4WD truck manafactured for use in WW2. If you want to see one there is a model of one converted after the war to a rural fire truck in Australia on the following site. www.topgear.com.au (the trucks are under the trux menue) In relation to the girl she should have won the arse of the year award for those shorts and it is a pity we did not get to see the front. It is now 40 years since that photo I wonder did she keep that body all these years.

:wow: :whistle:

-- Last edit: 2009-01-29 23:50:34

chris40 UK

2009-02-13 22:48

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Mango, your Blitz Wagon seems to be a Chevrolet C15, probably built by Holden, but I don't think the thumbnail is a C15. I note what you say about the other feature of the main picture, but frankly I doubt it :(

Ddey65 US

2013-11-24 16:40

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Kooshmeister wrote
Looks kind of like a Unimog.

I always thought those Thames Traders looked like Unimogs with mid-1950's Ford grilles. The same goes for the Ford N-Series trucks, and the GM B-Series LCF trucks of the 1960's.

-- Last edit: 2013-11-24 16:41:04

Alessandro58 CH

2015-06-29 13:50

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Ingo wrote The front is not visible. :(

[Image: 01_17_51-2015-06-29-13h48m00s7.jpg] [Image: 01_17_47-2015-06-29-13h47m03s93.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2015-06-29 13:50:23

ingo DE

2015-06-29 20:54

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:king:

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