I had to decide between a truck thread and a bus one for this, but went for truck.
This one is labelled 'CHEV', not 'CHEVROLET'.
I can't guess the year or model. It was tricky working out what was a scanner blemish, and what was a battle scar.
Without checking, I think that the registration plate is letters, no numerals.
870926Su Meiktila (Myanmar) Chev truck/bus. R Smith
Now at <www.flickr.com/photos/13175590@N00/48271689476>
Myanmar grilles, all in Sept.87. [I'll have to repost these]
A close up of the Chev truck bus.
A close up of the Hino, with nothing readable.
A close up of a proper railway-style railmotor, which was nearly new. I cannot ready the stylised lettering using any alphabet which I know (Hebrew is the best fit, but Israel imported; it did not build and export).
Since it isn't a converted truck, not many features would be recognisable: just the grille and the badge. It could even be a modern Hino, building on a long-standing trading arrangement.
I am surprised that nobody in this widespread group can get my latest Myanmar. I didn't think that it would be easy, and my curiosity is at maximum (I had gone for Skoda, with zero success). Surely somebody has top-of-head knowledge (or a memory of glory days long gone)?