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1919 Morris Oxford 'Bullnose'
The Home-Made Car (1963)
The engine did look too 'modern' for 1916 they possibly substituted a 1930s engine for filming.

I will get more screen captures if possible and also look at the wheelbase although if the online 'history' is true the chassis should be the actual Perry owned by Eric Longworth unless he had more restorations under way!.
2015-10-17 21:42
1939 Guy Quad Ant Artillery Tractor
The Home-Made Car (1963)
The bonnet and side panels in the foreground do not belong to the truck, I think.

The driving position alongside and forward of the wheel-arch, with a very short front bonnet section, rather suggest some form of Canadian CMP as commented by rjluna2.
2015-10-17 14:04
1956 Morris Cowley ½-Ton Pickup [MO]
The Home-Made Car (1963)
1950–1956 for this version with the divided windscreen and raised bonnet.

'5??APO' looks too late but '5??APD' would be good for February to June 1956 I believe.
2015-10-17 12:42
1960 Citroën DS 19
The Home-Made Car (1963)
Registered Buckinghamshire August-November 1959 for JPP, I guess? 2015-10-17 12:22
1946 Fiat 500 A Topolino
Giuseppina (1960)
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Fiat 682 N3
Giuseppina (1960)
^ more BP pumps!

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The point of this part is that the tanker driver stops not to deliver any BP fuel, but to collect coffee for his flask.
2015-10-16 21:52
Giuseppina (1960) Filming Locations (IMDb): Mandriole, Ravenna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

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During filming and today.


I don't know if sub-titles were originally used but any dialogue was in Italian but they are unnecessary, as the the action is largely visual.

As you would expect at a filling station basic gestures work well, although the English are unusually silent and do not shout out in broken-English.

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2015-10-16 20:50
Giuseppina (1960) :D A bit more prominent than BP's 'The Home-Made Car'!

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But it did win an Oscar (the Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject) in 1961. Although it is hardly a documentary, more the story of a little girl bored and unhappy that she cannot go to a fair-ground.

The only other background vehicle

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2015-10-16 19:41
1958 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster [W198 II]
Giuseppina (1960)
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300 SL but I will let an expert add any necessary information.
2015-10-16 19:30
1946 Fiat 500 A Topolino
Giuseppina (1960)
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1959 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller
Giuseppina (1960)
[Image: minor2g.jpg] 2015-10-16 19:20
1956 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special [6019X]
Giuseppina (1960)
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Piaggio Vespa
Giuseppina (1960)
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Fiat 682 N3
Giuseppina (1960)
[Image: tanker2g.jpg] 2015-10-16 19:04
1939 Guy Quad Ant Artillery Tractor
The Home-Made Car (1963)
^ That is actually a Bedford MW and the wheel-arch intrusion in the cab is different (less than the movie vehicle).

Bedford MW inside the cab.
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2015-10-16 15:11
The Home-Made Car (1963) Lots of background, blurred or smaller vehicles, a car in the workshop, another scrapped saloon and Fordson/Thames van.

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2015-10-16 14:51
1952 Rover 75 [P4]
The Home-Made Car (1963)
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1959 Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud I Standard Steel Saloon
The Home-Made Car (1963)
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The Home-Made Car (1963) Its well acted and directed but completely predictable, gentle humour.

The music used throughout the film was by Ron Grainer and has hints of the music from 'Steptoe and Son'.

Surprisingly today, it had two awards at the Berlin International Film Festival in 1963 and even an Oscar nomination.

It apparently had a lot of British TV screenings as test transmission for the introduction of BBC's colour service, along with BP's comedy 'Giuseppina' shot in Italy, which I also hope to add soon on IMCDb.
2015-10-16 12:10
1955 Fiat 600 1a serie [100]
The Home-Made Car (1963)
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1939 Guy Quad Ant Artillery Tractor
The Home-Made Car (1963)
The bonnet side panels are very similar to Bedford OY (more so than the Bedford MW) but the top shape is not parallel as in the flat-nosed Bedfords. In fact it looks more pointed than an Austin K2. 2015-10-16 11:30
1939 Guy Quad Ant Artillery Tractor
The Home-Made Car (1963)
Possibly, but cannot get close to confirming it yet.

Its not a Bedford MW however.
2015-10-15 22:20
The Home-Made Car (1963) [Image: titleh-mc.jpg]

A short silent-comedy filmed by BP.


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2015-10-15 21:00
1919 Morris Oxford 'Bullnose'
The Home-Made Car (1963)
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OK not the complete car but it has a lot of screen-time during the movie.

The actual car here...
http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C398606
2015-10-15 20:56
1923 Morris Oxford 'Bullnose'
The Home-Made Car (1963)
The owner of the Bullnose Morris in the film, Eric Longworth, kept the car until his death in 2011. The car is now owned by Stuart Cooke of Darwen Lancashire. When the film was shot, the car had already been fully restored so the chassis of another car which Eric was restoring at the time, a rare 1916 Perry, was used to replicate the Morris during restoration. edit: except that it appears Wikipedia entry is wrong and it cannot be the smaller Perry 2-cylinder but another Morris 'Bullnose' chassis and only the 1914 Perry's body was used.

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2015-10-15 20:51
1939 Guy Quad Ant Artillery Tractor
The Home-Made Car (1963)
Bedford MW possibly or what? 2015-10-15 20:45
1937 MG VA Tourer by Tickford
The Home-Made Car (1963)
^ Fifty years, and the idea that someone's scrap (most of this scrap-yard) will become really valuable would have been unthinkable.

A view of the inside complete with Motor Sport magazine

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2015-10-15 20:36
Fordson 5cwt van [E04C]
The Home-Made Car (1963)
Fordson 5cwt Van? 2015-10-15 20:23
1958 Austin-Healey 100/6 [BN4]
The Home-Made Car (1963)
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Despite the excess of badges added (for the movie presumably) did not survive.

Registration 'VWK 929' not found?
2015-10-15 20:01
1923 Morris Oxford 'Bullnose'
The Home-Made Car (1963)
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Morris Oxford (Tourer)
Vehicle make MORRIS
Date of first registration 29 June 1923
Year of manufacture 1923
Cylinder capacity (cc) 1465cc
Tax due: 01 September 2016
2015-10-15 19:48
1962 Vauxhall VX 4/90 [FB]
Die Teutonen kommen (1962)
1962 Vauxhall VX 4/90 [FB] if the filming date is accurate (and the strip looks just about thin/thick). 2015-10-14 21:20
1932 Dennis 30 cwt
The Good Companions (1933)
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Dennis 2-Ton forward control introduced September 1930 (top)
Dennis 30cwt forward control introduced December 1931 (bottom)
2015-10-14 19:45
1927 Dennis 30 cwt Bus
To-Day We Live: A Film of Life in Britain (1936)
The normal 30cwt chassis truck and not the Type-E.

The Type-E chassis was specially for passenger use with a 2ft high 'low-load line' chassis, 16ft wheelbase and the driver alongside the engine.
The Type-F was as the Type-E but the driver sat behind the engine and the wheelbase increased by 7½in. In this case similar to the bus seen here but a longer and lower chassis.
2015-10-14 18:03
1948 Guy Arab III Burlingham Body
Mining Review [Series 2 Episode 11] (1949)
Exact match not found but 'CCS' registered buses close to this were all Leylands and coaches (single deckers) were Tiger PS1.

edit: corrected all Dodds,Troon coaches in the 'CCS' series were Guy Arab III with Burlingham bodies

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2015-10-13 18:13
1947 AEC Regal III Duple
Mining Review [Series 2 Episode 11] (1949)
'FGB 284' AEC Regal III Duple August 1947 originally Northern Roadways Glasgow. 2015-10-13 17:56
1948 AEC Regal III
Mining Review [Series 2 Episode 11] (1949)
'FUS 19' AEC Regal III registered May 1948 Cotter,Glasgow 2015-10-13 17:52
1968 Austin FX4
Unser Charly (1995-2012)
1968 to about 1974 (without the roof mounted turn signals and small top-of-wing mounted side-lights / chromed over-riders and early door handles).

Probably 'L' is correct and more likely to be 'ODY 986L' I think.

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2015-10-12 09:47
1938 Dennis Ace 6-ton Tractor 'LMS'
Framed (2009)
CNK650 or CNX650 both 1938.

A lorry of the London Midland & Scottish Railway (LMS) carrying large paintings to the quarry.

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"The road surface under the railway bridge at Ffestiniog, was lowered two and a half feet so that the lorry carrying the vast Van Dyck canvas Charles I on Horseback and Piombo's Raising of Lazarus could edge underneath with inches to spare."

Link to "www.nationalgallery.org.uk"

An earlier LMS owned 1935 Dennis.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/78874300@N03/9949015533/
2015-10-11 14:48
1939 Dennis 3-Ton Tipper
Hotel Sahara (1951)
http://www.dennissociety.org.uk/chassieno.html

Chassis Nos 300001-onwards Dennis 3-Ton tipper
2015-10-11 12:51
Leyland Beaver [LAD]
Qi cai nan xiong nan di (1968)
If its Leyland, its got a long-door cab so probably a Beaver. It cannot be a Comet. 2015-10-10 19:35
1961 Fargo 200 Series Normal Control Airflow Streamlines Cab
Ze wang (1973)
As a Dodge it would be 200 series normal control D205 6-Ton D207 7, 8 or 9-Ton from 1961 onwards (large Dodge or Fargo lettering). UK did not have the normal control 6-tonner after 1961 but it was sold overseas for export with a range of 3 to 7 tons.

1961 Fargo 200 series normal control

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Gag Halfrunt^

The Dodge Brothers factory was off Mortlake Road, Kew Gardens, Surrey, in the area between north-east of Mortlake Road and the south bank of the Thames.

Currently the north part is Kew Retail Park (M&S, Next, Boots etc) and the remainder housing.

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1937 to 1960 OS map.

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2015-10-10 17:32
1989 Opel Kadett [E]
HeliCops - Einsatz über Berlin (1998-2001)
Apart for the size difference, the black roof trim says its a Kadett also the visible windscreen wipers (which are not parked below the bonnet edge as on the Omega). 2015-10-10 14:33
Fordson Model F
Worker and War-Front (1942-1946)
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Fordson Model N
Worker and War-Front (1942-1946)
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Leyland Beaver Tipper
Worker and War-Front (1942-1946)
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A tipper truck delivering coal onto canal barges.
2015-10-08 13:14
Massey-Harris 21
Worker and War-Front (1942-1946)
Massey-Harris 21?

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2015-10-07 20:05
Ransomes TE Electric Tractor
Worker and War-Front (1942-1946)
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2015-10-07 19:43
1934 Ransomes NU3 Electric Truck 2-Ton
Night Shift (1942)
Ransomes NU range 1934-1969

NU3 2-Ton Large Fixed Platform (High) with 2-wheel steering
2015-10-07 19:01
1945 Steels Engineering Products Electric Eel Low-Lift Platform Truck
Wealth of the World: Transport (1950)
The controls look to be specific to Steels Engineering Products the "Electric Eel" truck.

The wheel controls both acceleration and braking and the driver steering control is by transferring body weight from one foot to the other on the pivoting platform. The battery cover has been removed (easier to change or charge the batteries). The electric-hydraulic lifting platform has smaller solid steel wheels and is controlled by the lever on the driver's left.

In December 1944 30cwt and 50cwt, fixed and lifting platform trucks were announced.
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Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com"
2015-10-07 16:05
1991 Land-Rover Discovery Series I
Down to Earth (2000-2005)
More likely a lower-cost personalised number-plate that was transferred (for someone or company whose initials are JRW) on a 1994 vehicle? 2015-10-06 12:05

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