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Chinese trucks are indestructible, Part 4

Published on August 15, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter

Chinese trucks are indestructible, Part 4

Chinese trucks just go, go and go. Here we have a blue FAW that clearly had a very hard time, its cabin completely gone with the roof barely hanging around. Still, it moved along  just fine. This strange sight was seen near the great city of Xuzhou in Jiangsu Province.

Sure driving a truck like this one is very forbidden in China, but the truth is; nobody really cares. Police, if on the road, which is extremely rare, will likely do with just a fine and let it all go, confiscating would be far too much paperwork! This brilliant blue FAW (First Auto Works) ain’t alone, earlier on we met some other mad examples: small FAW, blue Dongfeng, and a red unknown (likely Foton).

Co-driver’s shirt colors nicely with truck. Did he do that on purpose?!

Via: TOM and thanks for the tip to reader Lao Wei.

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