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1936 Austin Seven Van [AVJ]

1936 Austin Seven Van [AVJ] in Zoo, Movie, 2017 IMDB

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: UK

1936 Austin Seven Van [AVJ]

Position 00:10:09 [*] Background vehicle

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johnfromstaffs EN

2019-11-11 08:43

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Austin Seven, or, possibly Ten.

Seven more likely.

-- Last edit: 2019-11-11 09:08:22

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-11-11 09:03

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Is that a Ford in the foreground?

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-11-11 21:01

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In fact, it looks like the script on the grille may say "Austin Seven".

dsl SX

2019-11-11 21:53

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Has been entered as 1937 [AVK], but any reason it can't be EPA 462 (a 1936 [AVJ]) again??

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-11-11 22:23

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Since we haven't seen the front, (of EPA) we might be accused of conjecture, speculation, or wild guesstimation, but why not? Everyone else seems so to indulge, why should we not?

-- Last edit: 2019-11-11 22:25:26

Sunbar UK

2019-11-12 11:01

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A fair deduction. With the light reflection on the top I cannot determine with any certainty which style of radiator grille it has. So assuming it was the later style can be said to be conjecture, speculation, or wild guesstimation (I think). Of that I am 100% certain!

Sunbar UK

2019-11-12 11:30

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johnfromstaffs wrote Is that a Ford in the foreground?


Same location but different scene with what I think is an Austin Ten with AZ?52? registration. /vehicle_722073-Austin-Ten-1939.html

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It could also be the Austin Seven Van's side seen in the foreground. I'm not expert enough to say if the rear of the saloon is AZ?52? as the divided rear window is not seen.

-- Last edit: 2019-11-12 12:26:34

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-11-12 12:32

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If itís an Austin, it will be an Eight, that era of Ten had d shaped back screens.

The other thought I had was a Ford Pop.

-- Last edit: 2019-11-12 12:33:26

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-11-12 12:36

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And now for something not completely different.

Itís an Austin Eight, not a Pop. Look at the petrol filler/back light topography.

Good view here to illustrate my point.... /vehicle_892247-Ford-Popular-103E-1953.html

-- Last edit: 2019-11-12 12:39:32

Sunbar UK

2019-11-12 12:47

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Austin Eight thank you jfs, not a saloon I'm that familiar with (more so the Tilly). From what I see a two-door saloon.

Rear view here /vehicle_296364-Austin-Eight-ARA-1939.html

AleX_DJ AT

2019-11-12 12:50

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Should we list it?

Sunbar UK

2019-11-12 12:56

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For something else 'completely different...

Looking at the Austin Seven's van's headlights the off-side looks lower than the passenger side by about a couple of inches. Was that usual on the 1930 cars? I've noticed a lot in the last week on some Standard saloons; not all but some. By design or accident? If the off-side was main-beam only did that have any effect?

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-11-12 13:32

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In tíolden days, before King Joe invented the 700, there were various types of headlight dipping, involving solenoids to move reflectors, lights that went out, and auxiliary lights fitted on bumpers, inter alia. I have a pal whose 1924 Humber has a rod and crank system to point both lights downhill a bit.

Cheap cars, say plebeian makes below 12hp, usually had the offside headlight extinguished, (I think) and the nearside either dipped by double filament bulbs or by resistance being included in the circuit to dim the bulb a bit. I have no knowledge of uneven placing of headlights, excepting the Provincial RT buses from AEC. Take a look at the Birmingham 15, RTs with GOE registrations, and then the others.

http://www.old-bus-photos.co.uk/?p=2890

Link to "www.old-bus-photos.co.uk"

-- Last edit: 2019-11-12 13:45:04

Sunbar UK

2019-11-12 15:37

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Listing combined with front view, comments from johnfromstaffs and dsl.

johnfromstaffs wrote Austin Seven Van.


johnfromstaffs wrote EPK Surrey 12/36 to 1/37 or EPA, Surrey 5/36.


dsl wrote EPA 462

Registration EPA 462
Make AUSTIN SEVEN
Body type: Light Van
Colour: Blue And Black
Date of first registration: July 1991
Year of manufacture: 1936
Cylinder capacity (cc): 747 cc

Listed as an AVJ Van, chassis #215940.

Sunbar UK

2019-11-12 15:49

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Regarding the rear of the saloon only partly seen.

johnfromstaffs wrote ....

Itís an Austin Eight, not a Pop. Look at the petrol filler/back light topography.

Good view here to illustrate my point.... /vehicle_892247-Ford-Popular-103E-1953.html


AleX_DJ wrote Should we list it?


Only if we can say the front view here is probably the same Austin Eight. Not enough seen of the rear to be of interest on its own I think.
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