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Bedford M-Type
The Red Shoes (1948)
But 1 star vehicles of the same make & model should be grouped together. So which of those other 7 IDs is probably most accurate? 2015-11-25 16:04
Bedford M-Type
The Red Shoes (1948)
This /vehicle_865757-Bedford-OWL.html is now listed as a Beford OWL. Is there anything is this picture that's identifiable? 2015-11-23 17:23
1946 Isobloc W843 M
The Red Shoes (1948)
The only one on the site that's in colour. 2015-11-23 16:18
1933 Austin 12/4 Taxi Low-Loader
The Red Shoes (1948)
Have I entered the right name? 2015-11-23 16:03
Hispano-Suiza K-6
The Red Shoes (1948)
nzcarnerd wrote a pre war K6 I guess.

Is it that, then? (you're not really just guessing?)
2015-11-23 15:57
Bedford OWL
The Red Shoes (1948)
Possibly but this film's expired on iplayer so I can't make any more captures, sorry. 2015-11-23 15:56
Bedford M-Type
The Red Shoes (1948)
The nearest one in the row of trucks parked alongside the side of that building, right? 2015-11-23 15:55
The Red Shoes (1948)
DidierF wrote I don't recognize you anymore.

Well, I don't come here quite as much these days. And yes, it's London - the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. That building in the middle of the picture is Paul Hamlyn Hall. (I thought it was Covent Garden Market at first) Here's what it looks like today: http://www.arthurlloyd.co.uk/RoyalOperaHouse/Theatre5.jpg

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2015-11-23 15:44
2006 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 313 CDI LWB [T1N]
Under the Skin (2013)
sandwad2 wrote 95% of movie takes place inside the van.

Don't think it's quite that much :p

Scarlett Johansson drove the van for real, picking up random young men off the street while the film crew hid in the back.
2015-11-23 01:32
2010 Volkswagen Transporter Bluebird Tucana [Typ 2 / T5]
Peep Show (2003-2015)
Bluebird Tucana bus, appears to be the second one on the site after this: /vehicle.php?id=777998

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2015-11-23 01:16
2006 MINI One [R50]
Peep Show (2003-2015)
Vehicle make MINI
Date of first registration 26 March 2006
Year of manufacture 2006
Cylinder capacity (cc) 1598cc
CO₂Emissions 187 g/km
Fuel type PETROL
Vehicle status Tax not due
Vehicle colour WHITE

Autotrader says: MINI ONE CVT 2006
2015-11-23 00:46
2007 Audi TT Roadster 2.0 TFSI [Typ 8J]
Peep Show (2003-2015)
Registration number: YC57BZN

Vehicle make AUDI
Date of first registration 04 October 2007
Year of manufacture 2007 Cylinder capacity (cc) 1984cc
CO₂Emissions 186 g/km
Fuel type PETROL
Vehicle status Tax not due
Vehicle colour BLACK

Autotrader says it's a TFSI.

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2015-11-23 00:42
2004 Peugeot 307 SW 2.0 HDi SE
Peep Show (2003-2015)
Should it be SW or Break? 2015-11-23 00:39
2004 Peugeot 307 SW 2.0 HDi SE
Peep Show (2003-2015)
[Image: peepshowpeugeot307estate2.jpg]

Registration number: P2 AFL

Vehicle make PEUGEOT
Date of first registration 12 November 2004
Year of manufacture 2004
Cylinder capacity (cc) 1997cc
CO₂Emissions 143 g/km
Fuel type DIESEL
Vehicle status Tax not due
Vehicle colour SILVER

Autotrader says: 307 SW SE HDI 2004

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2015-11-23 00:39
1933 Renault Taxi G7 [Type KZ11]
The Red Shoes (1948)
[Image: redshoesredcar1.jpg]
2015-11-23 00:06
The Red Shoes (1948) It's from BBC iplayer (in HD) and it's the UCLA restored version. I watched it last night then came here to look up some of the cars and was surprised to see that it hadn't been added. There weren't too many road scenes in it so I thought I'd add it (making captures via iplayer and other on demand/streaming sites tends to be more time consuming because I can't pause and advance frame by frame like I do with PowerDVD, I have to pause it at the right moment)

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2015-11-22 18:31
The Red Shoes (1948)
[Image: redshoeslimo2.jpg]

It's not the same as this /vehicle_865752-Rolls-Royce.html
2015-11-22 18:17
1946 Isobloc W843 M
The Red Shoes (1948)
[Image: redshoesbusmontecarlo2.jpg] [Image: redshoesbusmontecarlo3.jpg] 2015-11-22 18:08
Bedford OWL
The Red Shoes (1948)
OY? 2015-11-22 18:06
Hispano-Suiza K-6
The Red Shoes (1948)
[Image: redshoeslandaulet2.jpg] [Image: redshoeslandaulet4.jpg]

I know the 2nd thumbnail is a closer view but I think the angle makes it less obvious that it's a landaulet.
2015-11-22 18:05
1936 Rolls-Royce 25/30 h.p. Sports Saloon by Arthur Mulliner
The Red Shoes (1948)
[Image: redshoesrolls2.jpg] [Image: redshoesrolls3.jpg] [Image: redshoesrolls4.jpg] 2015-11-22 18:00
The Red Shoes (1948) [Image: redshoes1.jpg]

Convertible (foreground):

[Image: redshoescarmontecarlo2.jpg]
2015-11-22 17:59
1952 Bedford CA Mk1
The Lady in the Van (2015)
I've seen this now. About halfway through (or maybe sooner) she switches to the other van, when she moves onto Alan Bennett's drive. So with that in mind, 4 stars for each? The other van is only driven in the scene where she moves it into the drive. Then it doesn't move again until it's towed away at the end of the film.

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2015-11-22 17:48
1999 Jaguar S-Type
Extraction (2015)
Pre-2002 models will be also be more than 13 years old, that's a lot of depreciation. 2015-11-21 17:28
Peep Show (2003-2015) Yes, I can get captures from 4od. Episode 9.1 only had background cars, 9.2 (this week's episode) had a Peugeot 307 estate used in it. 2015-11-20 21:23
1990 Daimler 4.0 [XJ40]
Penoza (2010-2015)
dsl wrote Chrome side strip in main means 4.0, 1990+

:??: No, all XJ40 Daimlers have this. Or did you mean chrome trim around the rear lights?

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2015-11-20 21:17
1952 Bedford CA Mk1
The Lady in the Van (2015)
Haven't seen it but surely a 5 star role? 2015-11-16 16:25
1975 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow I
Tai Zi chuan shuo (1993)
Don't know about SSII since there doesn't seem to be any sign of rectangular wing mirrors next to the front quarterlite windows. 2015-11-15 17:25
Bentley unknown
The Knock (1994-2000)
Turbo R or Brooklands. 2015-11-11 19:09
1998 Bentley Arnage
Le chasseur (2010)
This one again: /vehicle_484161-Bentley-Arnage-1998.html 2015-11-07 21:10
1978 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow II
Son of the Beach (2000-2002)
Silver Shadow II, and that is one ghasty paintjob. 2015-11-06 15:15
1984 Bentley Eight
Schloßhotel Orth (1996-2006)
Eight since it doesn't seem to have those interior mirrors behind the rear doors https://youtu.be/V99DVnxC9oA?t=46s

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2015-11-06 14:45
Jaguar XJ6 [XJ40]
The X Files (1993-2002)
No rear headrests, must be a basic XJ6.

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2015-11-04 13:50
Cadillac unknown
Rick and Morty (2013-2015)
It's obviously meant to be the Presidential limo. /vehicle_337809-Cadillac-Presidential-State-Car-2009.html It's not a very accurate drawing though, it almost looks closer to the old one /vehicle_348332-Cadillac-Presidential-State-Car-2005.html but given the episode date it seems less likely they were copying that.

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2015-10-30 18:08
1986 Jaguar Sovereign [Series III]
Ein Fall für Zwei (1981-2015)
dsl wrote my hunch is that XJ12 is actually the default for German XJs.

If money was no object for German Jaguar buyers.
2015-10-29 23:55
1986 Jaguar Sovereign [Series III]
Ein Fall für Zwei (1981-2015)
I'm only speculating here but the Jaguar XJ was a luxury saloon rather than a sporty car (until the XJR versions came along), most buyers probably weren't wanting something to drive particularly fast in, so I'm guessing the big thirsty 5.3 litre V12 (or the 6 litre V12 in the XJ40 & X300 era) was more for those who wanted to push the boat out.

I remember reading the new car database pages in magazines and for each range they'd have a "Our pick" which with the luxury saloons tended not to be the most expensive, largest engined model like a Mercedes S600/600SEL because it probably seemed a bit more than was really necessary, and you'd only lose more money in depreciation.

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2015-10-29 21:45
1986 Jaguar Sovereign [Series III]
Ein Fall für Zwei (1981-2015)
I agree with you, Sandie. And with this one, I'd put my money on it being a Sovereign, if you watch the video, the right rear name plaque to me looks more like a wider 'Sovereign' than an 'XJ6'. 2015-10-29 21:33
1983 Jaguar Sovereign [Series III]
La diagonale du fou (1984)
dsl wrote V12 was only version with headlamp wash/wipe until Jan 86 added to Sovereign 4.2.

As standard, do you mean? Headlamp wipers can't have been that exclusive, my dad's 1988 Honda Accord had them.
2015-10-29 21:29
1983 Jaguar Sovereign [Series III]
La diagonale du fou (1984)
Well, I disagree because we can't see the rear badging. Unless you can find a scene where we can https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TIxht8-c0Gg but I've scrolled through it and I think these are the only views. 2015-10-29 21:09
1983 Jaguar Sovereign [Series III]
La diagonale du fou (1984)
Dsl, did you name this as an XJ12?

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2015-10-29 20:37
1986 Jaguar Sovereign [Series III]
Ein Fall für Zwei (1981-2015)
I don't think cars should be entered as top of the range models if it's not fairly certain. I don't think there's anything wrong with just having "Jaguar XJ", especially when it's a background car and there's not much to go on. You complain just having "Daimler" is too vague but it's not because Daimler is really just a luxury model of Jag, but having "Jaguar Daimler" isn't the right nomenclature.

We have lots Cadillacs that are just listed with just the year and 'Cadillac'. It's not a "failure" on our part, it's just not enough is visible to see the very subtle differences that separated the different models.

Or we could just list them as XJ6 by default? I'd rather that than labelling XJ12 based on just tints and foglamps etc.

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2015-10-29 20:19
1986 Jaguar Sovereign [Series III]
Ein Fall für Zwei (1981-2015)
By this point I believe the XJ12 was called the Sovereign V12 and they had V12 badges under the Sovereign name plaque on the right of the numberplate, which this doesn't have.

Dsl, you seem a bit too eager to name Jags as XJ12 based on just one or two details (which could be had as an option on a cheaper model). It was the most expensive and thirstiest model, so I doubt they were ever that common.

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2015-10-29 19:48
2000 Lincoln Town Car Executive Series L
25th Hour (2002)
Was it on this table in Wikipedia? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lincoln_Town_Car#Trim_levels Maybe it isn't entirely accurate. 2015-10-29 18:30
2003 Lincoln Town Car Cartier
Dane Cook: Tourgasm (2006)
kegare wrote Cartier L

No, just 'Cartier'. (as it said on Carfax) You can tell by the rear door window quarterlite it's a standard wheelbase model rather than an L model.

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2015-10-29 17:57
1987 Jeep Grand Wagoneer [SJ]
25th Hour (2002)
They say it's a 1986 Jeep Grand Wagoneer in the film. 2015-10-29 17:53
2000 Lincoln Town Car Executive Series L
25th Hour (2002)
I watched this film (in HD) and went back to this scene, it doesn't say Cartier L on the c-pillar, it's something Series L. The 'something' word is too long for Cartier. I'm fairly sure it's Executive Series L. Those rims came with Executive Series models as well.

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2015-10-29 17:52
1986 Jaguar Sovereign [Series III]
Ein Fall für Zwei (1981-2015)
https://youtu.be/EchGQGPIkfw?t=14m26s (rear can be seen after a few seconds)

It seems to have name plaques on the back. Sandie or dsl will know what year range that makes this.

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2015-10-28 22:34
Jaguar XJ [XJ40]
Meet Joe Black (1998)
I'm OK with this just being listed as XJ. 2015-10-27 17:28
Jaguar XJ [XJ40]
Meet Joe Black (1998)
I know the wheels aren't standard for VDP but they could have been changed. 2015-10-27 16:15
Jaguar XJ [XJ40]
Meet Joe Black (1998)
That does look like a chrome side strip, which would make it a Vanden Plas.

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2015-10-27 14:23

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