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Brandy for the Parson, Movie, 1952 IMDB

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Sunbar UK

2016-07-29 19:56

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johnfromStaffs EN

2016-07-29 20:52

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Thumbs.

1) FWD SU-COE? I know that the showmen used these a lot. http://www.offroadvehicle.ru/AZBUCAR/FWD/TimeLine/FWD%20SU-COE%20in%20WWII.jpg
2) Crossley Q or AEC Matador? AEC I think.
3) Leyland?? Canadian Ford or Chev.
4) My eyes ain't that good.
5) Mk V Jag behind a RR or B. Must have been a Masonic meeting.

-- Last edit: 2016-07-29 20:55:28

Sunbar UK

2016-07-29 21:57

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1) and 2) should be the same circus tractor (its immediately following the elephant).

3) yes Leyland and something CMP.

4) is supposed to be in France but possibly could be the Morris Eight Series I again

5) Typical of James's Street, Mayfair, London apparently.

-- Last edit: 2016-07-29 21:58:11

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