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1961 Karrier Bantam BEA 300gal Water Service Vehicle Scammell & Nephew [F]

1961 Karrier Bantam [F] in The Alphabet Murders, Movie, 1965 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: UK

1961 Karrier Bantam BEA 300gal Water Service Vehicle Scammell & Nephew [F]

[*] Background vehicle

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andrepa DE

2012-06-20 15:52

obviously survivor of hailstorm

JCB UK

2012-06-20 16:05

Karrier Bantam with unusual bodywork resembling a fire tender.

vilero ES

2012-06-20 18:36

Whole view in /vehicle_510011-Leyland-Hippo.html

andrepa DE

2012-06-20 22:01

[Image: instru.jpg]
@vilero : what about engaging such instructors at IMCDB?

-- Last edit: 2012-06-20 22:02:45

Sunbar UK

2014-05-15 14:54

Its could be a water tender adapted for airport use as a water bowser (therefore some years old) and possibly the heavier Karrier Gamecock 3-4 ton if not the Bantam 2 ton (or Commer equivalent). However for what is seen Bantam is possible.

http://www.fire-engine-photos.com/picture/number36557.asp

-- Last edit: 2014-05-15 15:08:40

JCB UK

2014-05-15 14:57

Having a 'Karrier Bantam' day Sunbar :)

Sunbar UK

2014-05-15 15:06

... and Gamecock! :lol:

JCB UK

2014-05-15 16:36

Was their ever a Commer equivalent of the Bantam ? :think:

-- Last edit: 2014-05-15 16:36:10

Sunbar UK

2014-05-15 18:18

Found 1961 Karrier Bantam 300gal Water Service Vehicle by Scammell & Nephew :)

[Image: beawaterservicevehicle.jpg]

Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com"


JCB wrote Was their ever a Commer equivalent of the Bantam ? :think:


I don't believe there was... Commer comment was only intended because of any fire tender eqivalents found based on the Karrier Gamecock.

JCB UK

2014-05-16 10:42

Good find , it is very fire tender like. Airports always seem to have plenty of cash to spend on special vehicles like this.
Suppose compared to price of aircraft or damage thereto they are cheap as chips !
Also they seem to have very long lives due to low mileage and good maintenance.

-- Last edit: 2014-05-16 10:43:32

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