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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 16/11/2008 @ 17:03:20, By Ddey65
Early Autocar DC-Series:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_182116-Autocar.html

1959-60 International Harvester B-Series truck:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle.php?id=195330

Latest Edition: 17/11/2008 @ 19:37:14


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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 25/11/2008 @ 00:36:43, By Ddey65
1958 Chevrolet Bel Air Impala:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_201864-unknown.html

3rd Generation Ford Econoline E-350 Hi-Cube Van:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_201849-Unknown.html

GMC Vandura, sometime after 1981:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_201941-GMC-Unknown.html

Latest Edition: 25/11/2008 @ 03:14:23
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 25/11/2008 @ 09:49:20, By antp
for the last one you did not wait long, it is from yesterday, I didn't yet had time to check these new comments :grin:
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 25/11/2008 @ 13:50:55, By Ddey65
Ooh, sorry.
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 14/12/2008 @ 18:55:03, By Ddey65
Here's one that I think should be split.
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_193105-unknown.html

Big Dave identified the '63 Pontiac Bonneville, and I exposed the mid-1960's Dodge pickup.
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 14/12/2008 @ 21:08:53, By antp
I do not think it is useful to list both. And there is already a later Bonneville model for that movie, a link from there could be added.
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 20/12/2008 @ 04:55:32, By Ddey65
Okay, but I was looking for more unidentified trucks, and I found this needlenosed Kenworth:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle.php?id=72442
Which I now suspect is a 524.

This one was called as a T-800:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle.php?id=204811

Latest Edition: 20/12/2008 @ 05:10:51
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 10/01/2009 @ 21:10:20, By Ddey65
I recently realized that after getting no help from Hank's Truck Pictures, I had no other choice but to make a last-ditch effort to identify an NYC Sanitiation truck in "Up the Down Staircase," by writing to the Department of Sanitiation itself.

http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_180522-unknown.html

And I just got official word from the Department of Sanitation, and I quote;
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"Great day Mr. Dey and fortunately we are able to make a reference to one of our vehicles compared to the one listed in the website that you provided; DSNY has a vintage Alley Collection. The manufacturer is IHC (Esclator Truck), Model Year 1962, Fuel Type Diesel, and is currently used as our museum truck. I hope that this information assist you.



Deputy Chief Keith Mellis, Executive Officer
Public Information and Community Affairs
Saturday, January 10, 2009"
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I don't know what an "Esclator Truck" is, but this clearly looks like an R-Series.

One more obstacle solved. Now, I want to find this truck.
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 10/01/2009 @ 22:48:34, By antp
You mean that the one on the site is a 62 IH R-Series? Or the one in the collection mentioned?
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 11/01/2009 @ 03:53:08, By Ddey65
You mean that the one on the site is a 62 IH R-Series? Or the one in the collection mentioned?


Apparently, they're the same. I'd like to find out which museum it's supposed to be in. I thought there would only be some record of it stashed away for decades in some file at a warehouse in Long Island City, until it was put on computer.

I wouldn't expect a random truck like this to be in a museum, even if it appeared in this movie. Let's face it, the truck isn't exactly the Bluesmobile, and Up the Down Staircase wasn't the epic comedy that The Blues Brothers became.

Latest Edition: 11/01/2009 @ 03:54:05
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 11/01/2009 @ 05:53:19, By firebird86
I believe Esclator refers to the type of mechanism used inside the trash body of the truck, BTW, Great job chasing this one down Ddey.

Latest Edition: 11/01/2009 @ 05:53:50
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 18/01/2009 @ 21:00:14, By Ddey65
I believe Esclator refers to the type of mechanism used inside the trash body of the truck,

That's what I though.

BTW, Great job chasing this one down Ddey.

Thanks. I just wish I was able to get some of the other background vehicles added to that movie. Besides the mid-1950's Belevedere, I'm most disappointed about not getting to add a couple of trucks. Speaking of trucks, I may've correctly identified this Magirus-Deutz truck a while back:

http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_202856-Magirus-Deutz-unknown.html

I was hoping somebody who knew Margirus-Deutz's better than me would give some confirmation, but I still found no reply.
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 18/01/2009 @ 21:26:02, By antp
After some times we assume that if there is no new comment, it is like if it was confirmed :grin:
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 20/01/2009 @ 01:33:31, By Ddey65
Well, here are two identified Chevy's:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_206234-Chevrolet-unknown.html

http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_206366-Chevrolet-unknown.html
In the case of the second one, the only mystery about it is the year it was made.
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 07/02/2009 @ 04:05:34, By Ddey65
This is a Rambler Classic that was overlooked:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_187610-unknown.html
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 07/02/2009 @ 18:18:05, By antp
It was not clear if it was AMC or just Rambler
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 25/02/2009 @ 00:39:00, By Ddey65
These two fire engines:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_215421-Unknown-unknown.html
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_84699-unknown.html
are Orens.

For anybody else reading this, I didn't just add this thread for myself. If anyone else sees something that has been identified but is still listed as unknown, don't be afraid to post it here.
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 23/04/2009 @ 19:11:43, By Ddey65
This Flxible is a "New Look" type:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_206785-Flxible.html

This truck is a 1942-1947 Ford:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_190974.html

Latest Edition: 23/04/2009 @ 19:13:56
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 31/05/2009 @ 13:23:01, By Ddey65
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 13/07/2009 @ 21:57:08, By Ddey65
An International Harvester Scout:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_236059.html

A BMW R 80 RT TIC:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_238554.html
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Non-Unidentified Vehicles
Published 23/08/2009 @ 03:22:00, By Ddey65
Three more International Harvester trucks:
1953-55 International Harvester R-Series:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_139673-International-Harvester-1953.html

1959-60 International Harvester B-Series:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_195330-International-Harvester.html

1969-75 International Harvester D-Series:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_169651-International-Harvester.html
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