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Die grnen Hgel von Wales (2010)
LTI yes. TXII probably. 2016-08-09 22:15
1931 Austin 16/6 Pickup conversion
Housewife, 49 (2006)
Also here /vehicle.php?id=945398 2016-08-09 22:10
1931 Austin 16/6 Pick-up conversion
Charlotte Link - Das andere Kind (2013)
Seen also in "Housewife, 49" Movie made for TV, 2006

Also listed as being probably a 1931 Austin 16/6 Pickup conversion.

2016-08-09 22:09
1929 Austin 16/6 Pick-up conversion
They Do It with Mirrors (1991)
Registration partly seen confirmed as 'OF 2309' /vehicle.php?id=399117

Description Austin 16/6 Pick-up
Registration OF 2309
Year 1929
Colour Blue
Engine size 2,249 cc
Chassis No. STC24750/6
Engine No. 10845

Converted to a Pick-up in 1945 and was originally a 16/6 saloon.

[Image: a1_232.jpg]

2016-08-09 22:03
1929 Austin 16/6 Pick-up conversion
The Singing Detective (1986)
Description Austin 16/6 Pick-up
Registration OF 2309
Year 1929
Colour Blue
Engine size 2,249 cc
Chassis No. STC24750/6
Engine No. 10845

Converted to a Pick-up in 1945 and was originally a 16/6 saloon.

[Image: a1_232.jpg]

2016-08-09 21:56
1931 Austin 16/6 Pick-up conversion
Charlotte Link - Das andere Kind (2013)
Austin 16/6 10-cwt Pick-up about 1930-2 I would guess.

A slightly earlier 1929 16/6 Austin Pick-up

Source, see EL1383 here http://www.gracesguide.co.uk/Austin:_Commercial_Vehicles

-- Last edit: 2016-08-09 20:13:02
2016-08-09 20:09
1957 Bedford RL GS Truck
Knights of God (1987)
Bedford RSH would be
R= R series (4x4), S= short wheelbase (132"), H = special chassis for fire appliance use.

This is a Bedford RL 4x4 GS truck (long wheelbase 146" general service - military)
2016-08-06 17:22
Bedford J5
Bloodlust (1992)
Bedford J5 (or larger) on 20" wheels.

The 'eye-brow' headlight surround was on the 16" wheel versions and not part of any face-lift.
2016-08-06 15:00
1958 Bedford C4 Z2 Duple Vista
Rosamunde Pilcher - Land der Sehnsucht (2006)
Bedford VCD984

[Image: kingharry.jpg]

1958 Bedford C4Z2 Duple Vista originally owned new by Alpha, Brighton

Now King Harry Coaches for hire in Cornwall http://www.falriver.co.uk/king-harry-coaches

Listed as Dumpy here King Harry Coach Fleet

-- Last edit: 2016-08-04 20:51:22
2016-08-04 20:41
Bedford O-Type
The London Nobody Knows (1969)
JCB wrote Its an OL = long wheel base , unusual for a tipper , enormous body for 5 tonner , OK for coal but filled with rock would flatten truck !

Possibly a war-time conversion of a standard drop-sided truck.

After May 1944 the Ministry of War Transport allowed the fitting of tipping bodies to long-wheelbase chassis, with restrictions on the load to be carried, as a conversion on an existing lorry. The practice may also have been continued by the new Ministry of Transport after April 1946 due to vehicle shortages. The rear overhang was reduced by cutting the chassis short to permit a slightly shorter tipper body to be fitted.

-- Last edit: 2016-08-04 19:38:56
2016-08-04 19:36
1949 Austin K4
Rosamunde Pilcher - Mit den Augen der Liebe (2002)
Good luck with the twins and the dogs!

CM give the bore and stroke dims mostly, but unusually in this case printed the capacity as 3,459cc, for the 3 litre but I can live with it rounded up or down.
2016-08-04 16:52
1958 Bedford C4 Z2 Duple Vista
Rosamunde Pilcher - Land der Sehnsucht (2006)
It looks like a 1958-61 Bedford C4Z or C5Z, Duple body I guess. Similar to /vehicle.php?id=876800

C4Z bus based on 4-ton truck chassis or C5Z bus based on 5-ton truck chassis

Z1 = Bedford 300 cu in diesel engine.
Z2 = Bedford 215cu in petrol engine.
2016-08-04 16:36
1949 Austin K4
Rosamunde Pilcher - Mit den Augen der Liebe (2002)
My error, johnfromstaffs.

I got confused (easy these days) converting the Australian vehicle's engine size from cubic inches...

My original data was 3,993cc 6-Cyl Petrol or 4,730cc Perkins Diesel for 1948-1949 and unchanged on the introduction of the K4 Loadstar series II.
Although I cannot now say the source of the exact capacities or if they are correct.

CM archive has it as '4 litre petrol'.

"The chassis is powered by an Austin six-cylindered four-litre petrol engine, an alternative unit in the case of export models being the Perkins P.6 oil engine." for Loadstar series II.
Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com"
2016-08-04 15:46
1949 Austin K4
Rosamunde Pilcher - Mit den Augen der Liebe (2002)
Thanks dsl. Pity the DVLA let us down with engine size again.

The headlight position is unusually low for Austin K2/K4 (more like Bedford's) and bonnet sides have no louvres; remembering this is a restored example. However I have found no other 1948-1949 examples to compare details. Were these changes anticipating the Loadstar cab, to confirm engine cooling and headlight height? I rather doubt it but possible I guess.

edit: This 1948 Austin K4 with 3 litre engine (edit: should read 4-litre see following comments) has the usual headlight position and bonnet louvres (Australian example but Longbridge built).

-- Last edit: 2016-08-04 17:11:43
2016-08-04 13:36
1939 Austin K2
School for Scoundrels (1960)
1939-1945 Austin by the early grille and K2 probably for the wheelbase (medium rather than long) also more 2-3 tonners produced for civilian use as K4 introduced 1942 for essential use only. 2016-08-04 13:25
1946 Austin K4
The Singing Street (1952)
Post-war versions announced February 1945 but not sold until late 1945 / early 1946. 2016-08-04 13:07
1949 Austin K4
Rosamunde Pilcher - Mit den Augen der Liebe (2002)
Given the 1949 date this would be the 1948-1949 Austin K4 Series I 4-5 Ton 158" wheelbasebase truck. For 1948 it had the 4 litre 6 cylinder engine (replacing the 3.5 litre unit) or the option of a Perkins P6 diesel engine. The same engine was then used with the new cab as the K4 Loadstar Series II.

Unable to check DVLA at this time regarding any engine capacity details.
2016-08-04 12:08
Wales & Edwards Four-Forty Milk Float
Your Cheatin' Heart (1990)
Wales & Edwards Four-Forty Milk Float I believe.

2016-08-01 13:48
1974 Vauxhall Magnum [HC]
High-Rise (2015)
Nothing conclusive but I doubt its can be said to be a Magnum.

It appears to have a coach-line not a rubber in-filled trim - its also too long for either and reaches the front end. Its probably been added later.

Black grille or no grille? - Black grille on a Magnum should have a bright surround with central twin upright section - not seen here. The grille and headlight area look wrong. Impossible to say if it has the Magnum's rubber strip on the bumper, likewise the chromed trim rings on the wheels.

Magnum/Firenza/Viva whichever model it started out as its been bodged in some way I think.

The possibly lower-profile front wings however makes me believe its after 1974 so Magnum is as good as any I guess.
2016-07-30 22:45
1948 Morris-Commercial CV 2-3 Ton Van
Your Cheatin' Heart (1990)
December 1945 onwards Morris Commerial CV 2-3 Ton Van (it looks to be the standard Morris-Commercial van body). 2016-07-30 21:23
1936 Ford Ten Van 10-cwt [CX]
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
Model CX van source: http://www.fordyandcmodelregister.co.uk/Pages/AboutCars/ModelIdentification.html

Dagenham Motors Ltd. of Balderton Street, London, commissioned both van and pick-up bodies on the Models C and CX chassis.

This would explain the smaller sales and no Ford price list entry if the vans were dealer optional bodies on the base Ford C or CX chassis.

-- Last edit: 2016-07-30 20:37:56
2016-07-30 20:33
1936 Ford Ten Van 10-cwt [CX]
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
Further CM Archive information suggests the following...

Ford in England produced a 12-cwt van, probably based on the Model B with 14.9hp (2.0 litre) and 24hp (3.3 litre) engines, from Octoner 1932, at the same time as the 5-cwt van.

The 10-cwt van was introduced before October 1934, replacing the 12-cwt van, so was Model C or CX based. The 10cwt van was later replaced by the Ford V8 15cwt sometime after the V8's introduction at the end of 1935.

Unlike the 5-cwt van, both the 12-cwt and 10-cwt vans did not commonly appear in price lists and advertisements so either they were not promoted by Ford and/or did not sell in large numbers.

This I think largely agrees with the idea that Ford found it difficult to compete on price with the other British vans in the medium sizes.

edit: renamed 'Ford' not 'Fordson' in common with the Ford Eight Van [Y] (CM is not specific regarding branding as both names are used without any explanation).

-- Last edit: 2016-07-30 20:05:29
2016-07-30 19:37
1936 Unknown
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
Leyland Tiger TS7 possibly?

Link to "www.britishcommercialvehiclemuseum.com"
2016-07-30 13:45
1935 Morris Eight Series I
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
... so the registration really belongs to the other Morris Eight (which appears earlier in the movie). Probably they had to find a substitute Morris later in the other scenes for some reason. 2016-07-29 22:03
Brandy for the Parson (1952) 1) and 2) should be the same circus tractor (its immediately following the elephant).

3) yes Leyland and something CMP.

4) is supposed to be in France but possibly could be the Morris Eight Series I again

5) Typical of James's Street, Mayfair, London apparently.

-- Last edit: 2016-07-29 21:58:11
2016-07-29 21:57
1935 Railton Eight Ranalah Tourer
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
In the 2011 Railton Owners Club membership list A.Mudie owned EPC 871 a 1936 Railton Ranalah Tourer

Link to "railton.org"
2016-07-29 20:35
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
Its just possible I guess they used the same bike as here /vehicle_941275.html 2016-07-29 20:00
Brandy for the Parson (1952) [Image: cap-00016.jpg] [Image: cap-00015.jpg]

More background vehicles...

[Image: cap-003642x.jpg] [Image: brandyfortheparsoncap-00011.jpg] [Image: brandyfortheparsoncap-00015.jpg] [Image: brandyfortheparsoncap-00002.jpg] [Image: brandyfortheparsoncap-00016.jpg]
2016-07-29 19:56
1935 Morris Eight Series I
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
[Image: brandyfortheparsoncap-00025.jpg] [Image: cap-00014.jpg]

The character's car changes, a mistake in the movie. Two cars used with the registration ETA512 also used here /vehicle.php?id=941311
2016-07-29 19:39
1936 Unknown
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
[Image: cap-000182.jpg] [Image: cap-000181.jpg] 2016-07-29 19:25
1922 Aveling & Porter 4 n.h.p. 8 ton Road Roller
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
[Image: brandyfortheparsoncap-00010.jpg]

Similar to...
2016-07-29 19:16
Triumph 500 Speed-Twin
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
[Image: cap-0048122.jpg] 2016-07-29 18:58
1936 Ford Ten Van 10-cwt [CX]
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
Thank you johnfromStaffs, that could be the only reference to this van that exists; nothing found yet in the CM archive and Fords or Fordsons are fairly well reported on normally! 2016-07-29 17:41
1931 Morris-Commercial 1-Ton [T2]
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
1931-1936 Morris-Commercial 1-Ton T2 2016-07-29 17:29
1935 Railton Eight Ranalah Tourer
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
[Image: brandyfortheparsoncap-00029.jpg]

2016-07-29 17:14
1931 Morris-Commercial 1-Ton [T2]
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
[Image: brandyfortheparsoncap-00005.jpg] [Image: brandyfortheparsoncap-00007.jpg]

Registered DV9157 I believe.
2016-07-29 16:54
1929 Austin Seven Wydor Saloon [RK]
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
[Image: cap-0047292.jpg] [Image: cap-0047293.jpg] 2016-07-29 16:45
1938 Morris-Commercial P13/80 Leader 3-4 ton
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
[Image: mcp13-800019252.jpg]

JMT??? registration I believe.

Also seen later, very small in the background, but the unusually high body is seen.

[Image: cap-00002frame.jpg]
2016-07-29 16:34
1936 Ford Ten Van 10-cwt [CX]
Brandy for the Parson (1952)
[Image: brandyfortheparsoncap-00023.jpg] [Image: brandyfortheparsoncap-00022.jpg] [Image: cap-00003.jpg] [Image: cap-00006.jpg] [Image: cap-00009.jpg]
edit: Further pictures added.

Ford or Fordson van about 8-10cwt.

It looks to be based on the Ford Ten saloon either model C or CX.

-- Last edit: 2016-07-29 18:45:31
2016-07-29 15:45
1954 Thames 5cwt Van [301E]
Les plus belles escroqueries du monde (1964)
[Image: thames300kgvan.jpg]

eBay listing for Dutch, French advert by Ford Belgium 'Thames 300Kg' Van.
2016-07-27 21:26
1964 Jaguar S-Type
Děvčtko (2002)
Bumper and sidelights say its an S-Type.

The Mk.II would have a deeper bumper and small sidelights on the top of the wings.
2016-07-27 11:59
1965 AEC Routemaster RM
Killing Bono (2011)
CUV 106C to CUV 217C were standard length Routemasters RM

CUV 261C to CUV 363C were lengthened Routemasters RML

This is a standard length Routemaster without the extra smaller window in the centre on both decks.

I cannot read the registration number but its possibly CUV 1???C

Similar to Link to "www.flickr.com"

-- Last edit: 2016-07-26 13:42:18
2016-07-26 13:41
Es ist soweit (1960)
An almost identical van body on a December 1948 Karrier Bantam Laundry Van.

However the front and rear tracks look wider on the Karrier Bantam Laundry Van and the radiator is different, so the chassis maker is probably not the same.

[Image: karrierdouble.jpg]
2016-07-24 19:23
Es ist soweit (1960)
Possibly early Karrier or Dennis, it could to be based on a refuse truck chassis of some make.

However the front track looks too small for both Karrier and Dennis to me.
2016-07-24 14:58
1948 Morris-Commercial LC3 Post Office Telephones
Es ist soweit (1960)
Morris-Commercial CV, possibly CV3 1948-1952. 2016-07-24 12:42
Dick Barton Strikes Back (1949) The military ambulance is another Austin K2/Y so very common, not the wartime Bedford M-type (with civilian type bonnet) I keep looking for. 2016-07-23 21:26
1936 Bedford WTL with O-Type grille.
Dick Barton Strikes Back (1949)
Headlight height grille and front overhang says its after 1939 semi-forward control Bedford O-type (headlights look small possibly war-time fitment?).

However the registration would say its 1936 Bedford WTH or WTL with updated O-type front end. Very possible on a faiground truck I think? The grille it self has been modded in the chromed areas, edit: with the contrast increased its a standard grille with darker reflected areas. The wheel design would possibly determine which is right but I guess they are not seen.

-- Last edit: 2016-07-23 20:30:55
2016-07-23 14:04
1947 Bedford KZ BOAC Airport bus
Dick Barton Strikes Back (1949)
Not an M-type (2-ton or 3-ton) but a K-type by the single rears and unslotted wheels, (30-40 cwt chassis scuttle for ambulances etc.)

Bedford KZ.
2016-07-23 13:47
1940 AEC Marshall ex-RAF 2500 gallon Aircraft Refueller [O854]
Dick Barton at Bay (1950)
Looks like it should be a 1940 AEC Marshall 2500 gallon Aircraft Refueler [O 854], I think.

2016-07-23 13:41
1939 Morris-Commercial CV
Dick Barton at Bay (1950)
1937-1939 and 1945 Morris-Commercial CV 2-Ton or 3-Ton.

If more than one truck was used, after a quick look at lightened pictures, they all appear to be Morris-Commercial CV trucks to me.
2016-07-23 13:35

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