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1962 Austin LD Ambulance Wandsworth MkIII

1962 Austin LD Ambulance MkIII in Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, TV Series, 1973-1978 IMDB Ep. 1.5

Class: Cars, Ambulance — Model origin: UK

1962 Austin LD Ambulance Wandsworth MkIII

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Owner of this vehicle: t2steve

Comments about this vehicle

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t2steve UK

2008-11-05 23:19

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[Image: 1bxasomemothers4th1zs0.8465.jpg]

Pics taken from episode 'the hospital visit' This is 437 bxa, the same vehicle used in carry on matron

G-MANN UK

2010-11-08 02:35

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Tried to add the picture from t2steve's thumbnails on the main page but it said the file was too big for its height/width :/

antp BE

2010-11-08 10:58

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It is because it was too big, the message is not there for nothing :D
It works when you check the "recompress" option (which produces then a pic of half the size of the original)

G-MANN UK

2010-11-08 20:04

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As long as it's a JPEG file, I don't think there should be a size limitation based on height/width.

antp BE

2010-11-08 20:06

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I do not see why we should accept nearly-not-compressed files :p Currently there is about 14 GB of pictures, if we did not limit the size how big would that be? (ok, not so much, maybe 3 times the size, but still...)
There is a limitation since the beginning, it was several times raised, and now it is even computed on the basis of width/height and amount of detail in the picture, so it does not cause problems for HD pictures. Why do you whine about that? You should not have encountered problems with your pics anymore, do you?

-- Last edit: 2010-11-08 20:14:38

G-MANN UK

2010-11-10 00:59

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I'm sorry, I shouldn't have complained. I just got a little irritated when it wouldn't let me add the image, and I forgot about the compressing option.

dsl SX

2012-07-17 19:10

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437 BXA again - Feb 61 - July 63 series, so probably 62 for mid-sequence.

Weasel1984 PL

2017-01-26 22:13

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It is ep. 1.5.
My pics aren't of perfect quality, but maybe better? Worth to swap?
[Image: amb.1.jpg]
(For sure it is larger)

-- Last edit: 2017-01-26 22:15:32

t2steve UK

2017-11-11 00:24

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dsl wrote 437 BXA again - Feb 61 - July 63 series, so probably 62 for mid-sequence.


hi dsl, i have been away from the website for a while until i started viewing again yesterday.

i'm interested in your comments in regard to wandsworths and what the dates you are referring to as above; Feb61 - july 63 for mid sequence, means ???

What is your experience of these vehicles? i ask out of interest as i have a lot of knowledge but never enough and always learning. Regards

dsl SX

2017-11-11 00:37

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^ It's all from number plate reference guides - I usually use Glass's index of registration numbers books. So 1 BXA was issued in Feb 61, until 999 BXA in July 63. Therefore guesstimate 437 BXA likely to have issue date sometime during 1962.

Apart from observing that 437 BXA has several entries on the database as a frequently seen example in period films, my experience of these vehicles is nil, so all knowledge welcome.

JCB UK

2017-11-11 23:19

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437BXA still with us-
http://www.drivearchive.co.uk/vehicledetails.asp?CarID=51817

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