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1960 Massey Ferguson MF 35
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
mike962 DEyou know they are still being build today in places like India, what a great little tractor :D

BTW I am pretty sure this is another MF35
/vehicle.php?id=327593

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2014-03-29 14:02
1960 Massey Ferguson MF 35
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
dsl SXIf French-build MF 35s were exported within Europe there are lots of probable examples to update. But see
nzcarnerd wrote MF35. Built 1958-62 in Britain but this may be one of the later ones built in Eastern Europe.

at /vehicle_104205-Massey-Ferguson-MF-35-1958.html
2014-03-29 14:00
1960 Massey Ferguson MF 35
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
mike962 DE
kudos wrote I'm leaning towards an MF 35, possibly assembled at their Beauvais plant which opened in late 1960.
/vehicle_134332-Massey-Ferguson-MF-35-1958.html

you solved it !!!

badge on the hood near driver and long writing perfectly match !!!

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2014-03-29 12:23
1960 Massey Ferguson MF 35
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
kudos SXI'm leaning towards an MF 35, possibly assembled at their Beauvais plant which opened in late 1960.
/vehicle_134332-Massey-Ferguson-MF-35-1958.html
2014-03-29 12:19
1960 Massey Ferguson MF 35
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
mike962 DE^ the Fordosn doesn't match see the hood totally different

the Fergie could be it
2014-03-29 12:08
1960 Massey Ferguson MF 35
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
chris40 UKFordson Major [E1A]? 2014-03-29 08:14
1960 Massey Ferguson MF 35
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
lightninboy USSee if Ferguson TO-35 matches up with it.
http://www.tractorshed.com/contents/tpic1593.htm
2014-03-29 02:31
1960 Massey Ferguson MF 35
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
lightninboy USI doubt it's Renault, but what other French tractor manufacturer is there? 2014-03-29 02:22
1960 Massey Ferguson MF 35
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
mike962 DE
lightninboy wrote Ford or Massey Ferguson?

or something french ?

in case it helps scene at 24.15 visible for less than 1 sec, really annoying that so badly visible vintage vehicles get uploaded all the time

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxsOaEjJekE

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2014-03-29 02:01
1960 Massey Ferguson MF 35
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
lightninboy USFord or Massey Ferguson? 2014-03-29 01:45
1960 Massey Ferguson MF 35
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
mike962 DEhmm could INTERNATIONAL be written on the hood ? 2014-03-28 23:25
1957 Singer Gazelle Convertible Series I
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
dsl SXPage created for reference about S1 rear trim after discussion here as we don't have any other rear view examples. 2014-01-04 00:11
1954 Austin A40 Somerset [GS4]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
dsl SX^ We've now got a couple of good S2 convertible rear views - /vehicle_660776-Singer-Gazelle-Convertible-1958.html , /vehicle_592718-Singer-Gazelle-Convertible-1958.html - but no new S1.

I'll grab this S1 for a new page as reference.

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2014-01-03 23:43
1954 Austin A40 Somerset [GS4]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
sps1955 EN^ Very belatedly, I agree that it's most likely a series I Gazelle - I originally thought that I could see a series II-shaped contrast flash but I think that you are right that the whole of the side of the car below the chrome strip is in the darker colour, and what I thought was a flash is an illusion caused by a reflection. Unfortunately the Flickr photostream that contained the rear view of series I Gazelle convertible to which I linked in my previous post has migrated to Ipernity, and the Gazelle photo hasn't reappeared there, so far as I can tell; if and when it does I will try to update the link. 2014-01-03 23:35
Unknown
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
DidierF FR
sixcyl wrote Not any specialist interested in this one?

I'd love to know!
The pics are very good.
2013-07-03 17:10
1954 Austin A40 Somerset [GS4]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
dsl SX^ agree Audax convertible (also the hood shape is correct, and not Herald-like) and I'd go for Gazelle as well. But I think it's S1 to match your - very useful - photo - the paint below waistline looks solid colour, not a flash as S2/S2A (which as you say were externally identical). For interest, the UON 566 plate on your S1 photo was Birmingham issue, May 1957, so clearly within S1 period. 2013-05-18 18:37
1954 Austin A40 Somerset [GS4]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
sps1955 ENI don't think that the convertible in front of the Morris 8 is a Triumph Herald, as suggested above. It looks to me like a Rootes Group Audax convertible. If the contrasting stripe down the side is really the shape that it appears to be (and not the result of shadows or reflections), then I think that it's a Singer Gazelle series II or IIA from 1957-8 (so far as I know, there was no external distinction between these versions). I can't find a rear view of a series II Gazelle convertible, but, for the general shape from the rear, compare this view of a Series I: Link to "www.flickr.com" ; for the Series II/IIA side treatment: http://www.flickr.com/photos/anachrocomputer/2151176057/in/photostream/ ; for the rear of a Series II/IIA saloon, showing that the contrast colour did not extend across the back of the car, as in the later series III: Link to "www.flickr.com" .

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2013-05-18 17:32
1955 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
dsl SXPlate first issued 1950 - useless here. 2012-02-05 00:04
1958 Ford Consul MkII [204E]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
dsl SX58 plate. 2012-02-04 23:45
1959 Bedford CAL 15cwt Mk2
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
dsl SX..... like the van in right edge. 2012-02-04 23:41
1962 Beardmore Paramount MkVII
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
dsl SXELD and ELO plates both started mid-62 to finish early 63.

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2012-02-04 23:40
1958 Austin-Healey 100/6 2 seater [BN6]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
dsl SXEarly 58 plate so 100/6, not 3000. Probably one of the first 2 seaters from April 58 (instead of 2/4 seater) so BN6. 2012-02-04 23:38
1958 Austin J2
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
dsl SXLate 58 plate. Nice ghost signwriting. 2012-02-04 23:33
1957 Austin FX3 Taxi
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
dsl SX1957 plate. 2012-02-04 23:31
1954 Austin A40 Somerset [GS4]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
dsl SXMid 54 plate. 2012-02-04 23:26
1954 Austin A30 [AS4]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
130rapid PL1954+ [AS4] because filler cap on tail wall. 2012-02-04 23:19
1959 Vauxhall Victor Estate Series 2 [F]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
dsl SXAgree - Feb 59 S2 with early short side chrome. 2 F S2 saloons in same row. 2011-12-02 04:05
1960 Ford Anglia Deluxe [105E]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
dsl SXI can see 5, all deluxe. 2011-10-17 00:46
1953 AEC Regal IV 9822E Park Royal HDC37C
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
virgin ENOutside Terminal 2, recently demolished at Heathrow. 2011-04-27 12:48
Le voyage Biarritz (1963) sixcyl FRAircrafts in this film also at:
http://www.impdb.org/index.php?title=Le_voyage_%C3%A0_Biarritz
2010-12-26 16:46
1962 Volkswagen 1200 [Typ 1]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
sixcyl FRIf french registred or german registred, it can be named with the nickname "beetle", rather "Coccinelle" or "Kfer", though I think nickname is a bit anachronic for the era 1963. This nickname was mostly used in France in the 70's 80's, sort of response to the "beetle" name. 2010-05-25 19:06
1962 Volkswagen 1200 [Typ 1]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
cibup ESGerman model origin 2010-05-25 18:04
1957 BMW Isetta
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
ingo DE
Alexander wrote No three-wheeler in this picture! :D
It is a BMW Isetta, which has four wheels.
/vehicle_100567-BMW-Isetta-250-Export-1957.html


Some years to late, but I'll better add this information: special for the British market BMW has made the Isetta as a Threewheeler (due the former British car-tax, which was cheaper for Threewheelers).
Otherwise this specifi Isetta on this pic looks really like the original four-wheel-version. The plate looks light, too, so maybe it's a car from a tourist from the Continent.
2010-05-17 12:50
1958 Fiat 600 [100]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
electra225 ITI think a '58 2010-05-17 12:48
1952 Morris Minor
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
john from Staffs ENCorrect engine capacity is 803 cc, same engine as Austin A30. 2010-05-17 12:36
1961 Saviem-Chausson SC-1 Ligne
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
fsebus FRSC1: Saviem
Mais ils portaient les 2 noms,Saviem et Chausson, suite l' intgration de Chausson en 59.
Devant: Saviem en gros, Chausson en petit,
Derrire: l' inverse!

les cars Chausson sortis aprs la fusion taient alors des sc3 (sc4 en bus urbains) avec la grille de calandre du type de celle des sc1 au lieu des barres.

Air France semble avoir bien utilis aussi des sc1 pur-jus, avant ses Gangloff.
2010-05-16 23:55
Le voyage Biarritz (1963) chris40 UKThe turboprops vibrated rather, but the stewardesses (flight attendants) were nice - my mother and I were the only passengers without a drop of Polish blood. 2010-05-16 21:58
1962 Volkswagen 1200 [Typ 1]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
DynaMike NLThat's true. The bigger window came per August 1st 1957, so model year 1958. 2010-05-16 21:54
unknown
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
chris40 UKIt's interesting, but I haven't the faintest idea what it is. American? 2010-05-16 21:50
1954 Ford Zephyr Zodiac MkI [EOTTA]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
chris40 UKTwo colours and auxiliary lights ... Zodiac Mk.I [EOTTA], 1954+. 2010-05-16 21:49
1962 Volkswagen 1200 [Typ 1]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
rjluna2 USI thought the bigger rear window were introduced in 1958 model year :??: 2010-05-16 21:14
1956 Austin A95 Westminster [BS6]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
sixcyl FRThan's Dad! [Image: jap.gif] 2010-05-16 21:03
Le voyage Biarritz (1963) sixcyl FRThey had similar livery 10 years later, here a picture of SP-LSH in 1975 ;)
[Image: 242636-1559582.JPGRET.JPG]

Nice airplane :)
2010-05-16 21:00
1956 Austin A95 Westminster [BS6]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
chris40 UKWell, don't worry about it: I'm old enough to remember them [:dinosaur] 2010-05-16 20:56
Le voyage Biarritz (1963) chris40 UK
sixcyl wrote et British Railways (I think railway tracks in UK were already nationalized in 1963, if I'm not wrong..)
An Ilyushin Il-18 of polish company LOT

British Railways were nationalised in 1948 ... and thanks, Jean-Marc, for identifying the airline; I should have known, I flew on a LOT Il-18 in 1973. Maybe they changed the livery.
2010-05-16 20:51
1956 Austin A95 Westminster [BS6]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
sixcyl FRI've problem with pre-1960's british cars! :( 2010-05-16 20:51
Le voyage Biarritz (1963) sixcyl FR[Image: 242614-LE_VOYAGE.jpg]

The only view of Biarritz :D
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Une 141R
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et British Railways (I think railway tracks in UK were already nationalized in 1963, if I'm not wrong..)
[Image: 242619-TRAIN_BA.jpg] [Image: 242621-PAYS_BA.jpg]


Nice pics of aiplanes in this film:
http://www.impdb.org/index.php?title=Le_voyage_%C3%A0_Biarritz

Arletty et Catherine Sola
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2010-05-16 20:46
1959 Bedford CAL 15cwt Mk2
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
chris40 UK... which was probably all yellow, lettered 'Evening News' and a CA Mk.I ;) 2010-05-16 20:46
1955 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
chris40 UKI think the Standard is a Wolseley 1500 :D 2010-05-16 20:40
1956 Austin A95 Westminster [BS6]
Le voyage Biarritz (1963)
chris40 UKSorry, Jean-Marc - Austin A95 (not Westminster!) 1956-9. 2010-05-16 20:39

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