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1980 DAF SB 201 DKDL554 Hainje CSA-I

1980 DAF SB 201 in Een zaak van leven of dood, Movie, 1983 IMDB

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

1980 DAF SB 201 DKDL554 Hainje CSA-I

Position 00:30:00 [*] Background vehicle

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garco NL

2007-02-12 20:15

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A nice Rotterdam bus...
[Image: vlcsnap40535uj2.7647.jpg]

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DIEHARD NL

2007-02-12 20:27

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Leyland?

Weasel1984 PL

2007-02-12 21:03

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Body made by Hainje. Chassis can be from DAF.

DynaMike NL

2007-02-12 21:13

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Rotterdam bus, Cargo? Looks to me to be at Museumplein in Amsterdam, before the square was renovated. This street was called "the shortest Highway in Holland" and I enjoyed very much to hear the of the bricks driving much too fast in my 2CV when I was a student.

garco NL

2007-02-12 21:57

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DynaMike wrote Rotterdam bus, Cargo? Looks to me to be at Museumplein in Amsterdam, before the square was renovated. This street was called "the shortest Highway in Holland" and I enjoyed very much to hear the of the bricks driving much too fast in my 2CV when I was a student.


Hmm, I could not find filming locations, because many of the movie is shot in Rotterdam, I thought this would also be Rotterdam.
But if you say so...

DynaMike NL

2007-02-12 22:06

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Well, most pictures are in Rotterdam, but p.e. the picture of Renault 6 is in Vondelstraat, the Mercedes 207 is in Kattenburgerstraat and the Audi 100 is definitely also in Asterdam, though I can't tell you exactly where...

garco NL

2007-02-12 22:24

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Aha, Thanks for the info.
Do you also now where the tunnel is (entry Peugeot 504 Break and Audi 100 CC)?

DynaMike NL

2007-02-12 22:29

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Tunnel is Maastunnel in Rotterdam (see also the tiled walls at the picture of the Police-truck Daf 2300 and the tunnel entrance with the BMW.

garco NL

2007-02-13 08:07

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I have contacted a Dutch bus expert:

As weasel1984 said, it's a DAF SB201 with Hainje body.

Short translation Dutch text: The logo under the driver window indicates a bus from Amsterdam, series 170-209 form 1980-1981 or series 210-252 from 1982-1983. The last one has square headlights, the older series has round ones.

dutch busexpert wrote
Het is een Nederlandse standaard stadsbus op DAF SB201DKDL554 chassis met carrosserie van Hainje. Deze hebben in deze kleuren gereden in Amsterdam, Den Haag, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Nijmegen, Groningen, Tilburg, Breda en Den Bosch. Maar aan het logo onder de chauffeursruit te zien is dit exemplaar uit Amsterdam (zeker niet uit Rotterdam). En dan is het er een uit de serie 170-209 uit 1980/1981 of 210-252 uit 1982/1983. Deze hadden namelijk de rechthoekige koplampen, oudere series hadden de ronde koplampen. Helaas is het lijnnummer niet te lezen anders kon ik in een oude dienstregeling wel de route opzoeken. De opname lijkt me iig niet op het museumplein te zijn, maar ik ben geen Amsterdammer, dus dit soort plekken kan ik zo niet thuisbrengen.


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Weasel1984 PL

2007-02-13 22:30

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'Dutch Busexpert' :king:
BTW. Nice find with this bus garco, more like this please ;) , interesting and exotic for me.
Here is nice H0 custom made model of the older version I guess... Anyway same style:
http://www.87thscale.info/images/BdB/BdB_DAFbus.jpg

garco NL

2007-02-14 09:52

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His name is John...(http://www.busmuseum.nl/)

John wrote
It is 100% certain the Museumplein in Amsterdam. I was put on the wrong foot because of
the picture of the rear end of the bus. But apparently some of the houses there have been
demolished. The bus belongs to series 170-209 of 1980/1981. These were the only ones with
rectangular headlights and round rear lights. The older series had round headlights, the
newer 210-252 had square rear lights. The bus runs on route 26 to Leidseplein. The
painted busway was for outward bound buses. Other routes running over the Museumplein at
the time were 65 and 66 but those had green destination blinds.


-- Last edit: 2007-02-14 10:01:45

kegare JP

2011-12-30 08:21

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CSA-I body (square windshield)

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