[ Login ]


Last completed movie pages

U Be Dead; Der rote Kreis; Soul Surfer; Time to Kill; Breathing Fire; Pleure pas my love; Babie leto; Huit hommes dans un château; Bless the Child; Picpus; L'eau à la bouche; The Borrowers; Tatort - Borowski und der Himmel über Kiel; Set It Off; Bismarck von hinten oder Wir schliessen nie; (more...)

Messages posted by Sunbar - Page 9/229 [ Previous | Next ]

Related pageMessageDateActions
1939 Austin K2
A Plan To Work On (1948)
Pre-war and post war ranges (determined by the updated grille) were basically light, normal and heavy trucks which should be possible to identify.

1939 K30 30cwt
1939 K2 2-Ton civilian and military (ambulance & AFS)
1939 K3 3-Ton civilian and military (GS truck & AFS)
1941 K4 4-5 Ton 158" w/base truck & 112" w/base Tipper

1946 K30 30cwt
1946 K2 2-Ton normal & long w/base truck
1946 K4 4-5 Ton 158" w/base Truck & 112" w/base Tipper
1946 K4 6-7 Ton 112" w/base Tractor

The K30 had I believe single rear wheels, the K2 (the most common) had six-stud wheels the K4 trucks had eight stud wheels and tyres which filled the mud-guards will little gap so most should be identifiable I think.
2014-09-07 11:19
Runaway Railway (1966) The train has the standard early grey Triang track and a Triang 0-6-0 tank engine plus what looks like a Battle of Britain/Merchant Navy class engine at the back. 2014-09-06 12:15
1955 Bedford RLHZ Self-Propelled Emergency Pump 'Green Goddess' 4x4
Runaway Railway (1966)
In production from 1953 to about 1958, over 3,000 built, the majority as civil defense / Auxilary Fire Service units. Early ones were 4x2 Bedford SHZ about 1,300 produced, and the later ones 4x4 RLHZ as here.

The military registration is in the range 1955-1956 (British army).
2014-09-06 11:23
1955 Bedford A Type
Runaway Railway (1966)
1955 Bedford A-Type (2-Ton or more) 2014-09-05 20:46
1949 Morrison-Electricar unknown Milk Float
Cup Fever (1965)
For verification of the model as 'BM 10C E' (about 1947) as the owner it appears valid but not found anywhere in connection with Morrison-Electricar milk floats (D1, D2 etc...)


2014-09-03 20:25
Morrison-Electricar D1 Milk Float
Sailor Beware (1956)
Another here - Morrison-Electricar but the 'D1' model name is less certain.

2014-09-03 20:01
1949 Morrison-Electricar unknown Milk Float
Cup Fever (1965)
This milk float from the movie is the same as this one however I cannot be certain the original identification is correct but Morrison-Electricar is likely I will set it with 'model' unknown until a better determination can be made.


re- Dinky Toys 'NCB' milk float this would refer to Smiths with Northern Coachbuilders body I believe...

2014-09-03 19:58
1963 Commer 1500 Series II [FC]
Cup Fever (1965)
1500 Series II [FC] 1962-63 2014-09-03 16:54
1939 Bedford O-Type
Der Sommer 1939 (2009)
Any further views with the wheels or tyres even partly visible?

Introduced June/July 1939 but replaced in 1940 by OX, OY and civilian OW 'flat-front' versions
2014-09-03 13:16
1934 Morris-Commercial G2 Junior Taxi
Der Sommer 1939 (2009)
Not the usual Austin but a Morris-Commercial G2 Junior Taxi I believe. 2014-09-03 12:45
1954 Hillman Minx Phase VII
Cup Fever (1965)
Definitely Hillman Minx but let the Rootes expert define it... 2014-09-03 12:43
1962 Commer 1500 Series II Milk Float [FC]
Cup Fever (1965)
Van I think as previously on this Bedford CA Milk Float...

2014-09-03 12:10
1949 Morrison-Electricar unknown Milk Float
Cup Fever (1965)
Morrison-Electricar or Smiths I think but the body looks unusual to me (even allowing for the extra child-safety glass). 2014-09-03 12:03
Smiths NCB Midland Dairies milk float
They Took Us to the Sea (1961)
Smiths NCB Milk Float http://www.ipswichtransportmuseum.co.uk/pv8337.htm 2014-09-03 11:58
1964 Wales & Edwards milk float
The Pleasure Girls (1965)
Yes, /vehicle_11549-Wales-and-Edwards-1954.html 2014-09-03 11:53
1965 Morrison-Electricar EH20 Milk Float
Cup Fever (1965)
1965 Morrison-Electricar EH20 Milk Float 2014-09-03 11:40
1956 Electruk Rider E15 Milk Float
Cup Fever (1965)
Electruk Rider E15 Milk Float 2014-09-03 11:37
1959 Bedford J2
Cup Fever (1965)
On the right and the thumbnail A-Type (probably A4T or A5T 4 or 5-ton), truck on the left J2 or J3 2014-09-03 11:25
1933 Scammell Mechanical Horse
Cotton Come Back (1946)
Introduced 1933, there was a rigid (simple truck) version called the 'Trivan'. 2014-09-03 11:03
1961 Bedford J1 Ambulance Herbert Lomas
Egghead's Robot (1970)
Also here /vehicle_38696-Bedford-J1-1961.html

Intersting how a few of these kept with the black front and wings as supplied by the factory - easier to repair I guess.
2014-09-02 13:20
1939 Commer Q25 25cwt Van
Vicious Circle (1957)
1939 onwards Q-series, Q25 van 2014-09-01 16:37
1939 Commer Q25 25cwt Van
Food for a Blush (1959)
Q-series 1939 onwards, Q25 25cwt van. 2014-09-01 16:22
1939 Commer Q25 25cwt Van
Every Day Except Christmas (1957)
Q-series 1939 onwards, Q25 25cwt van. 2014-09-01 16:21
1939 Commer Q2 2-ton
Together (1956)
Q-series 1939 onwards.

Horizontal split windscreen is pre-1945 apparently.

-- Last edit: 2014-09-01 16:41:19
2014-09-01 16:16
1939 Commer Q2 2-ton
Together (1956)
Commer Q-series 1939 onwards. Midland region British Railways probably 2 or 3 tonner 120" wheelbase.

Q15 15cwt, Q25 25cwt, Q2 2-ton or Q3 3 ton.
2014-09-01 16:13
1939 Commer Q25 1½-Ton High-top Van
Blind Date (1959)
Apr-39 Commer Q25 1½-Ton 120" wheelbase

2014-09-01 15:17
1959 Bedford J2
Almanya - Willkommen in Deutschland (2011)
1959 onwards TJ2 2-ton 119" normal-wheelbase truck or TJ3S 3-ton 119" short-wheelbase truck.

And yes, Bedford at least from the C-type & D-type trucks were officially called the TC and TD models on internal paperwork.

By the time of the TK and its appearance on brochures, both TK and TJ were in common usage.

I cannot say about A-type and S-type too early for my experience as a young apprentice and I never came across the terms TA or TS.
2014-09-01 13:11
1938 Albion KL 127 4 Ton
Fenlands (1945)
FT type probably started in 1939 with a smaller 'sunburst' badge on the radiator according to http://www.trucksplanet.com/catalog/model.php?id=1399

(cannot access CM archive at this time sadly).

Believe it could be 1935 Albion 4-ton KL127 but cannot be certain


Similar http://ccmv.aecsouthall.co.uk/p428172639/h5a13edb4#h152b7af5 but unknown model and some cab differences.

Nice cab decoration by the way....
2014-09-01 12:43
1935 Humber Snipe 80 LCC Auxiliary Ambulance
Land of Promise (1946)
Humber as a wartime London Auxiliary Ambulance


edit: identified I believe as 1935 Humber Snipe 80 by the Fulham LCC ambulances...


-- Last edit: 2014-08-31 21:18:34
2014-08-31 20:00
1941 Fordson 7V Heavy Unit
The Dim Little Island (1949)
1941 Fordson 7V Heavy Unit

2014-08-31 17:20
1939 Bedford O-Type
Gideon's Way (1965-1967)
dsl wrote 1959 plate.

... which is on the other truck.

By 1959 the O-type was long out of production.

O-type July 1939-March 1953.
2014-08-31 13:58
1947 Bedford O-Type
The Balance (1947)
Semi forward control O-Type (dot-dash-dash-dot, not dash-dash-dash M-type also K-types)

OSAZ 3-4 ton or OSBZ 5-ton short 111" wheelbase chassis cabs
OLAZ 3-4 ton or OLBZ 5-ton long 157" wheelbase chassis cabs
OSAT 3-4 ton or OSBT 5-ton short 111" wheelbase tipper

-- Last edit: 2014-08-31 11:23:25
2014-08-31 11:11
1936 Austin 12/4 Taxi 'Low Loader' - Strachan Body
Ordinary People (1941)
Strachan body 2014-08-30 14:58
1935 Humber Snipe 80 LCC Auxiliary Ambulance
Land of Promise (1946)
Wartime LCC Auxiliary Ambulances converted from any large civilain saloon cars that could be requisitioned or donated I think.


-- Last edit: 2014-08-30 14:45:00
2014-08-30 14:07
1934 Bedford WS 30cwt Van
Land of Promise (1946)
1934-40 Bedford WS 30-cwt Van from the few details visible I think. 2014-08-30 11:35
1927 Austin Seven Fabric Saloon [R]
Land of Promise (1946)
1923 Leyland truck range 30cwt, 2-ton, 3-ton, 4-ton, 5-ton and 6-ton, plus the 4-ton RAF type rebuilt Subsidy A (3-ton as WD).

Known as G-types or G-range 'G1' to 'G8' trucks and passenger chassis, probably a G-Range 3 or 4-tonner here. Too heavy for 2-ton or 30cwt, 3 or 4-ton most popular and RAF rebuilt subsidy truck less likely to survive in regular use. Up to 3,000 RAF ex-WD rebuilt Subsidy 3-ton trucks produced by Leyland but sold at a loss and many scrapped to prevent damage to Leyland's reputation.
2014-08-30 11:20
1938 Frazer Nash BMW 328
Father Brown (2013-2015)
Rather a Frazer Nash 328 'EPP770' ?

from google search and flickr....
2014-08-29 20:01
Father Brown (2013-2015) Background, out of focus Jaguar ep.2.10

[Image: jaguarxkr.jpg]

Location Shelsley Walsh hill climb circuit more 'behind the scenes' cars in series 2 trailer here...

2014-08-29 19:52
Father Brown (2013-2015)
dsl wrote DVD now available, plus a 2nd series. Also I've had a recommendation for the 1974 BBC series for its car content - again DVD available. This sort of Sunday evening semi-skimmed fluff is not my cup of tea so I won't be going there. Any volunteers??

Not for me either, as a complete series. I did see some episodes on I>Player but it didn't make me want to watch it. I have six good screen captures of sports cars at a hill-climb event but that's it. I can add them soon.
2014-08-29 18:10
Morris LD
Go Kart Go (1964)
Morris LD 2014-08-29 12:33
1955 Bedford A Type
Go Kart Go (1964)
1955 Bedford A Type 2014-08-29 12:31
1961 Bedford CA Mk2
Go Kart Go (1964)
CA MkII after September 1960 (13in diameter wheels) supplied as chassis/cowl probably long wheelbase but be certain. 2014-08-29 12:27
1962 Morris Mini Pickup
Go Kart Go (1964)
Not Austin, it has a Morris badge. 2014-08-29 11:14
1971 Ford Cortina Estate L MkIII
Mark colpisce ancora (1976)
No definitely not a Chevette and probably not a hatchback, as there is no shut-line for the hatch itself. Plus the Chevette rear glass had rounded lower corners not square.

-- Last edit: 2014-08-28 14:02:22
2014-08-28 14:02
1912 AEC B-Type LGOC
Words and Actions (1943)
LF registration as these B-types...

Link to "www.ltmcollection.org"

Not earlier than 1912.
2014-08-27 19:39
1937 Fordson 7V Civil Defence Service Mobile Canteen
Listen to Britain (1942)

Civil Defence Service Mobile Canteen by the 'C.D. 68.' on the door. The Civil Defence Service disbanded after the war to be reintroduced as the Civil Defence Corps. in the 'cold war' era.

Other WWII 'Mobile Canteens' here http://www.civildefenceassociation.org.uk/HistCDWebA5V5.pdf

-- Last edit: 2014-08-27 18:08:10
2014-08-27 17:45
1937 Fordson 7V Civil Defence Service Mobile Canteen
Listen to Britain (1942)
Yes 7V the leading edge of the door and A pillar confirms it I believe.

Smallest possible is a 7V 2-ton Van.
2014-08-27 17:28
1937 Fordson 7V Civil Defence Service Mobile Canteen
Listen to Britain (1942)
Initial idea only looks like Fordson forward control cab?

2014-08-26 21:26
1940 Aveling-Barford Universal Carrier No.2 Mk.II 'Bren Gun Carrier'
Listen to Britain (1942)
/vehicle_18306-Aveling-Barford-Universal-Carrier-No2-MkII-1940.html 2014-08-26 21:13
1930 Morris-Commercial LT-Type 12cwt Van
Listen to Britain (1942)
1927-1930 Morris-Commercial 12cwt LT (radiator and front wing form)

2014-08-26 21:00

Results pages [ Previous | Next ]

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | ... | 225 | 226 | 227 | 228 | 229