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Peterbilt 359

Peterbilt 359 in The Fast and the Furious, Movie, 2001 IMDB

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

Peterbilt 359

Position 01:21:05 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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Mackinac359 US

2006-03-10 02:05

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This is a Peterbilt 359

Rhino

2007-03-01 20:12

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this is a 1974 359 Peterbuilt

klint SE

2007-04-29 18:51

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Oh please!
Rhino, can you stop post the trucks year when you don´t know it! This is not the first time...

4x4 23

2008-12-23 15:55

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It looks like a 1987 Peterbilt 359 for me if any else agree's Cause of the tall stacks, bumper, Breathers, Sleeper and the Head lights The only time Peterbilt 359 came with a big factory bumper like that was in 1987 "could be wrong" But I am saying this truck is a 1987 Peterbilt 359 So can we please but 1987 up there for the year until somebody comes with a better year fir this truck

4x4 23

2008-12-23 15:56

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Rhino wrote this is a 1974 359 Peterbuilt


Can't be a 1974 has square headlights, 2 big breathers and and a Big Sleeper

HICK US

2009-02-04 04:06

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ok guys they made the square lights in 82 or 84 i think so im gonna say 84-87 359 pete

Freightliner US

2010-12-02 07:17

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I have this movie and I love this Scene with this Truck. This is probably the best Truck chase I've ever seen in a film involving Trucks. This Trucker was not hijacked in this scene he managed to escaped the hijackers by nearly killing 2 of them by using his Shot
Gun and his rig as a weapon. Those Street Racers/thieves pretty much got what they deserved.

-- Last edit: 2010-12-02 07:22:42

DayDay US

2011-01-23 02:21

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who knows were the truck is?

farmerboy US

2011-07-10 10:03

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DayDay i heard tht it was in a warehouse in los angelas with a bunch of othere fast and the furious cars from all the movies but who knows could have been bought by a trucker and could still be hauling stuff today

farmerboy US

2011-07-10 10:04

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4x4 23 wrote It looks like a 1987 Peterbilt 359 for me if any else agree's Cause of the tall stacks, bumper, Breathers, Sleeper and the Head lights The only time Peterbilt 359 came with a big factory bumper like that was in 1987 "could be wrong" But I am saying this truck is a 1987 Peterbilt 359 So can we please but 1987 up there for the year until somebody comes with a better year fir this truck

its got to be a '87 we got one on our farm we use to haul grain with and it looks almost exactely alike just we got custom stacks and its red

Red Fever US

2011-09-07 03:33

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DayDay wrote who knows were the truck is?



the truck is a 1987 Peterbilt it was original one of the 4 trucks purchased for Joy Ride 2001 /vehicle_10000-Peterbilt-359-1985.html

than Painted Blue with modifications for this movie and than painted Black again for the 2004 movie Suspect Zero /vehicle_7310-Peterbilt-359-1987.html


where it was on it's last legs, they wrecked it in that movie, so after that movie was done filming they scrapped it, Filming took place for the movie in 2003 and the truck was scrapped in 2003 as well

-- Last edit: 2011-09-07 03:34:18

GTO 990

2012-03-25 22:08

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I would agree too, it's an 1987

GTO 990

2012-08-31 03:25

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1987 Peterbilt EXHD, because it's one of the trucks from Joy Ride, just painted blue in this movie...

GTO 990

2012-08-31 03:27

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DayDay wrote who knows were the truck is?


when they bought it, it was black, because it was one of the trucks purchased for the movie Joy Ride (the one with Paul Walker in it), than for some reason they painted it blue from this movie and back black again in 2004 for Suspect Zero where they rolled her over...

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