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1954 Dennis Lancet UF Duple Ambassador

1954 Dennis Lancet UF in Lost, Movie, 1956 IMDB

Class: Bus, Single-deck — Model origin: UK

1954 Dennis Lancet UF Duple Ambassador

Position 00:39:14 [*] Background vehicle

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DidierF FR

2014-12-23 04:23

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Which of them?

DidierF FR

2014-12-23 17:54

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johnfromstaffs wrote Or the two on the left, but the red one in the middle is different from the other three and certainly not an AEC, because it's a 1954 Dennis Lancet UF/Duple Ambassador IV of East Kent Road Car Co. (…)


So, the first ID (Guy Arab LUF) is incorrect?

Oldsmobile1897 US

2014-12-23 20:34

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DidierF, I believe so plus here is a picture of closest Guy Arab LUF that I found that could possibly match the coaches on the main page:

Link to "glostransporthistory.visit-gloucestershire.co.uk"

But it looks slightly different. All in all, this is a 1954 Dennis Lancet UF/Duple Ambassador IV like johnfromstaffs mentioned.

johnfromstaffs EN

2014-12-24 00:26

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East Kent Road Car placed the largest single order for the Dennis Lancet UF. This is one from that order, you can see the short legend on the number plate, all these coaches had one or two digit numbered registrations. (HJG 2-32)

http://www.old-bus-photos.co.uk/?tag=dennis-lancet

-- Last edit: 2014-12-24 00:51:49

johnfromstaffs EN

2014-12-24 14:17

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Oldsmobile1897 wrote DidierF, I believe so plus here is a picture of closest Guy Arab LUF that I found that could possibly match the coaches on the main page:

Link to "glostransporthistory.visit-gloucestershire.co.uk"

But it looks slightly different. All in all, this is a 1954 Dennis Lancet UF/Duple Ambassador IV like johnfromstaffs mentioned.


Odd that a site concerning Gloucestershire should show this coach, from Harper Brothers of Heath Hayes Staffordshire!
The bodywork would look different, it's a Burlingham Seagull. Harper's garage wasn't far from the Guy factory in Wolverhampton, so I guess they would feel comfortable buying a Guy Arab UF.

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