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1939 Talbot AY 75 LCC Ambulance

1939 Talbot AY 75 in Worth the Risk?, Short Movie, 1948 IMDB

Class: Cars, Ambulance — Model origin: UK

1939 Talbot AY 75 LCC Ambulance

Position 00:07:23 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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dsl SX

2017-05-23 20:41

[Image: 07-23fyv303a.jpg] [Image: 07-23fyv303b.jpg]

FYV 303 = London Oct 1939. Another Talbot??

Sunbar UK

2017-05-23 22:00

Another Talbot, yes.

johnfromstaffs EN

2017-05-24 11:08

Talbot was bought, as was Sunbeam, by Rootes during 1935. The Sunbeam designs were scrapped immediately but the Talbot designs ran on in production until 1938. I'm not arguing against the ID provided, but wondering how it was that such a thing was still being put newly into service ten years after the introduction of what was a pretty retro design when it was new, then running it on until at least the date of the filming, when the design would have been 20 years old. There are also interesting detail differences in the coachwork, maybe representing differing uses for the vehicle.

-- Last edit: 2017-05-24 11:09:48

Sunbar UK

2017-05-24 11:47

Noverber 1930 The L.C.C' .s Latest Ambulance

Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com"

"So far as the body is concerned, the new pattern is not vastly different from earlier examples which have been employed by the Metropolitan .Asylums Board, but for the new vehicle the Talbot.six-cylinder chassis is employed, a feature being, the double-reduction rear axle, which enables a low loading line"

edit:
However comparing the movie's example with the picture in CM the headlights do appear smaller (and lower?) a later revision possibly. Also the body maker has not be found only the chassis' manufacture is mentioned as 'Clement-Talbot' or 'Talbot'

[Image: lcc1.jpg]

edit:
The latest (or last) reference I can find is the purchase of these Talbot L.C.C.-type ambulances in 1938 by Middlesex and Brighton local authorities.


-- Last edit: 2017-05-24 12:45:52

Sunbar UK

2017-05-26 15:34

Talbot Ambulance models identified in November 1937 as

AY 75 17.9 h.p. six=cylinder engine pre-selector g/box - Standard Talbot Ambulance
AY 95 20.9 h.p. six-cylinder engine Syncomesh g/box - Middlesbrough Ambulance

http://archive.commercialmotor.com/article/5th-november-1937/60/talbot (no pictures found to date).

Because of the visible differencess in the movie's ambulance and until more can be determined this is probably a standard LCC ambulance so AY 75 model name.

johnfromstaffs EN

2017-05-26 16:50

These engines appear to be various sizes of the old Talbot six cylinder unit dating from 1926. An eighteen RAC horsepower engine tugging two tons of ambulance using a preselector gearbox wouldn't have been much good to the emergency patient!

http://www.simoncars.co.uk/talbot/talbot75.html

-- Last edit: 2017-05-26 16:53:20

Sunbar UK

2017-05-31 11:54

From searches following johnfromstaffs link and comments regarding Talbot engine types...

Talbot Ambulance models 1930-39
1930-1934 Talbot AS 70 Ambulance (LCC) 17.9hp 6-cyl engine

1935-1939 AY 75 Ambulance (LCC) 17.9hp 6-cyl engine
1935-1938 AY 95 Ambulance (LCC) 20.9hp 6-cyl engine
1937-1938 AY 100 Ambulance (LCC) 23.8hp 6-cyl engine

Sources Talbot Owners Club and Rootes Archive Centre catalogue. http://tardis.dl.ac.uk/ARCC/catalogue.shtml

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