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1935 Talbot AY 95 LCC Ambulance A118

1935 Talbot AY 95 in Time Out of Mind, Documentary, 1968 IMDB

Class: Cars, Ambulance — Model origin: UK

1935 Talbot AY 95 LCC Ambulance A118

Position 00:17:26 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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dsl SX

2014-08-09 23:20

Childhood flashback sequence

2491tj EN

2014-08-09 23:46

its a Talbot, license plate BXH409 in preservation

dsl SX

2014-08-09 23:56

This one again - BXH 809 - /vehicle_457615-Talbot-AY-35-1935.html ??

nzcarnerd NZ

2014-08-10 01:32

I think unlikely to be Clement Talbot as that name was only used for a couple of years very early, pre WW1.

dsl SX

2014-08-10 01:39

There needs to be a block decision about these, as Sunbar's just been through them all renaming to Clément-Talbot

kudos SX

2014-08-10 01:42

From Wikipedia: "Clément-Talbot was an Anglo-French motor vehicle manufacturer based in Ladbroke Grove, London, that traded from 1902 for approximately one year, whence the cars became known as Talbots".

nzcarnerd NZ

2014-08-10 01:44

I have just renamed them Talbot as the UK company might have been called Clement-Talbot Ltd at one time but that name was never on the cars of the post WW1 era. These were British designed and built. BXH 409 seems to have set a record for the number of movie appearances by one vehicle.

-- Last edit: 2014-08-10 01:44:37

dsl SX

2014-08-10 01:50

nzcarnerd wrote BXH 409 seems to have set a record for the number of movie appearances by one vehicle.

BXH 809. This is another contender - ertyuio's RR Silver Shadow I #SRH2971. Any other suggestions??

Sunbar UK

2014-08-10 19:28

nzcarnerd wrote I think unlikely to be Clement Talbot as that name was only used for a couple of years very early, pre WW1.



Clement Talbot was in use in the late 1920s and 1930s and reffered to frequently in Commercial Motor Magazine of the period.

"chiefly ambulances and ambulance-buses of Clement Talbot, Crossley and W. and G. du Cros makes."

Read more at Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com"

"Stand 96 AS one of the leading manufacturers of specialized low-loading ambulances, Clement Talbot, Ltd., exhibits two examples of its products. The first is type AY-95, which is powered by a 20.9 h.p. six-cylindered engine and has a synchromesh fourspeed gearbox."

Read more at Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com"

dsl SX

2014-08-10 19:35

BXH 809 is registered just as Talbot on plate check sites. Not a definitive verdict given how these sites get wobbly about strange names (although if it had been registered as Clement-Talbot that would probably be definitive).

DVLA details are:
Date of Liability 01 06 2015
Date of First Registration 26 01 1935
Year of Manufacture 1935
Cylinder Capacity (cc) Not Available
CO₂ Emissions Not Available
Fuel Type PETROL
Export Marker N
Vehicle Status Licence Not Due
Vehicle Colour WHITE
Vehicle Type Approval Not Available

Sunbar UK

2014-08-10 19:41

After reading the text in Commercial Motor Magazine of the period I'm happy to stay with Talbot, for the reason that in the Commercial Motor shows of the time they exibited apparently under the name 'Talbot' but the company name and address was Clement-Talbot Barlby Road, London, W.10,



So Talbot is good for me.

Sunbar UK

2017-05-31 11:41

Previous identification from http://www.ambulancepreservation.co.uk/pre1950/bxh809.html appears to be in error AY95 rather than AY35

http://www.talbotportal.com/CarDDetails.aspx?KeyID=26121

Talbot AY 95 Ambulance
Year 1936
Registration BXH809
Chassis No. 34537

-- Last edit: 2017-05-31 12:02:12

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