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There are 3-4 guys chasing each other. They are driving through a desert in Africa to a seaside, carrying a large sum of money stolen from a plane. One of them is a pilot. One of trucks is a tow truck and one of trucks is a large cistern (mack probably). They go through a tunnel where rims cut tires and through a minefield. There is an Arab girl an mines in a sea too. It is like 90s or 2000s movie.

can't recall the name but i would like to see it again.

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Greed in the Sun (1964) - Movie Poster

Could be Cent mille dollars au soleil (1964) aka ''Greed in the Sun''.

Rocco (Jean-Paul Belmondo) and his female accomplice, Angèle (Anne-Maire Coffinet) hijack a truck from a trucking company in the Saharan desert. The head of the trucking company, Castigliano (Gert Frobe, Goldfinger) hires Rocco’s friend, Hervé (Lino Ventura) and a newly employed German, Hans (Reginald Kernan) to go after him and bring the back the valuable goods. After the two run into some trouble Castigliano sends a second truck driven by Mitch (Bernard Blier) and Khenouche (Doudou Babet). --- Synopsis from OliveFilms

Watch a clip/trailer. There's also a colourised version, which is probably what you saw. One more clip in colour.

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Sueurs (2002) - Movie Poster

Here's a better bet: Sueurs (2002) :-)

Some stills, more details and here's the trailer.

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Nah, it sounds like it but its a 60s movie. maybe i saw a remake though. –  rostok Jan 30 at 16:13
    
I've added what I think is the right movie. Take a look :-) –  rumandwrite Jan 30 at 16:55
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Feel free to post your new edit as a separate answer, to give people (and the asker) the chance to judge them individually. –  Napoleon Wilson Jan 30 at 16:55
    
Ha! That's it! Thanks! My rep is to low to +1 your answer. –  rostok Jan 30 at 20:44

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