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The Smiths in Scotland, Documentary, 1966 IMDB

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JCB UK

2020-07-04 13:24

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Prospective MacSmiths visit Scotland.
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Link to "movingimage.nls.uk"

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Sunbar UK

2020-07-04 16:15

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Also Austin/Morris/BMC WF truck cab assembly at Leyland's Bathgate plant...

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JCB UK

2020-07-04 16:47

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Are they WF's ?
I thought they looked more like Ford K Series with all that rear glass.
But cannot recall any Ford factories in Scotland unless cabs were made by someone else .

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JCB UK

2020-07-04 16:55

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Ford Pop ?
XFS???

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Sunbar UK

2020-07-04 18:05

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JCB wrote Are they WF's ?
I thought they looked more like Ford K Series with all that rear glass.
But cannot recall any Ford factories in Scotland unless cabs were made by someone else .



I agree they are Ford K series cabs JCB but where or who in Scotland I don't know.

Sunbar UK

2020-07-04 18:54

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The K Series cab production line to me looks a substantial operation, without knowing more I'm guessing its somewhere in England and the stock-footage was assumed to be the new Bathgate plant (as I did).

I know many sources say the K-series cab was copied or had the same tooling as the Cologne product. But Ford UK did redesign it and only based it on the German cab, then tooled it (or had it sub-contracted?) in the UK.

dsl SX

2020-07-04 19:46

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JCB wrote Ford Pop? XFS???

Edinburgh, Jan-March 61, so Pop.

Ddey65 US

2020-07-05 00:56

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I expected Morrissey and Johnny Marr when I saw this title.

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