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1971 Daimler Limousine [DS420]
A Touch of Class (1973)
Bumper and over-riders before 1976 and with 1971 registration. 2014-10-25 19:57
1968 Daimler Limousine [DS420]
Huan le ding dong (1986)
The original design with the two chrome strips along the car's length 1968-1971. 2014-10-25 19:54
1980 Daimler Limousine [DS420]
Han fei (1996)
Daimler DS420 August 1979 to 1987 by the bumper (small rubber over-riders) and rectangular turn signals. 2014-10-25 19:43
1972 Daimler Limousine [DS420]
Shen tou miao tan shou duo duo (1979)
1972-1976 2014-10-25 19:31
1980 Daimler Limousine [DS420]
To Die Standing (1991)
Thumbnail number 1 is a different car a 1967-78 DS420 by the large over-riders and round sidelights.
Thumbnail number 2 is as the main picture.
2014-10-25 18:04
1980 Daimler Hearse [DS420]
Sharman (1996)
Daimler DS420 August 1979 to 1987 by the bumper (small rubber over-riders) and rectangular turn signals. 2014-10-25 15:27
1980 Daimler Hearse [DS420]
Only Fools and Horses.... (1981-2003)
Daimler DS420 August 1979 to 1987 by the bumper (small rubber over-riders) and rectangular turn signals. 2014-10-25 14:48
1977 Daimler Hearse [DS420]
Peak Practice (1993-2002)
Daimler DS420 1977 to 1979 by the bumper, small not large over-riders, older side-lights and turn signals. 2014-10-25 14:46
1971 Daimler Hearse [DS420]
101 Dalmatians (1996)
1971-76 by the gold-coloured coach-line and large over-riders on bumper. 2014-10-25 14:39
1980 Daimler Limousine [DS420]
To Die Standing (1991)
Daimler DS420 August 1979 to 1987 by the bumper (small rubber over-riders) and rectangular turn signals. 2014-10-25 14:29
1935 Hillman Minx
Foyle's War (2002-2015)
Also seen in episode 4.02 'Bad Blood' [*][*][*] used by a completely different character but without changing the registration number.

[Image: fw-bb_cap-00029.jpg] [Image: fw-bb_cap-00031.jpg]
2014-10-24 20:01
Morrison-Electricar D1 Milk Float
Womaneater (1958)
dsl wrote Is the unknown one of a pair of milk floats?


An electric milk float - similar in appearance to these Morrison-Electricar floats I believe.

/vehicle_326272-Morrison-Electricar-D1.html
/vehicle_254219-Morrison-Electricar-D1.html

[Image: unknownmilkfloat.jpg]

The other looks to me like possibly a horse-drawn milk float, spoked wheels with tyres, and shafts folded up I think.

edit: in fact the horse-drawn milk float is exactly as the Express Dairy one seen here (listing for The Belles of St.Trinian's, Movie, 1954).

[Image: bellesofsttrinians39gf3.5286.jpg]


I don't know that its worth keeping the electric milk float as its not really well visible.

-- Last edit: 2014-10-24 17:24:17
2014-10-24 16:28
1952 Wolseley 4/50
Annie: A Royal Adventure! (1995)
MYO 742 is a Wolseley 4/50 (the second car listed here is the actual vehicle).

Link to "www.680mo.org.uk"

-- Last edit: 2014-10-22 15:29:24
2014-10-22 15:27
1954 Wolseley 6/80
Grantchester (2014-??)
Agreed the longer front wing proportions are as the 6/80. 2014-10-22 15:24
1971 Austin FX4
La muerte llama a las 10 (1974)
Possibly a J registration 1970-71? 2014-10-22 12:41
1967 Commer Santana Bajo Ambulance [KC40]
La muerte llama a las 10 (1974)
Commer, Karrier or Dodge 'Walk-Thru' van.

Cannot say if 'Surrey Ambulance Service' livery is right but it looks questionable to me as an actual ambulance.
2014-10-22 12:10
1966 Morris LD 02 Royal Mail Van
La muerte llama a las 10 (1974)
Yes, from past listings on IMCDb a Morris LD after about 1966 with commonised grille previously only used on the Austin LD.

Double rear wheels so 2 ton rather than 1˝ ton.
2014-10-22 11:42
1954 Morris Minor Series II
La vie ŕ l'envers (1964)
It looks to have two-piece divided winscreen (flat at the top not curved?) and larger clearance wheel arch at the rear.

1954 Morris Minor series II not Minor 1000 I think.

/vehicle_33446-Morris-Minor-1954.html
2014-10-19 12:14
unknown
Autómata (2014)
Glass areas (with divided glass in forward position) could indicate its the Freight-Rover Sherpa again.

[Image: s4.3.jpg]

/vehicle_749812-Freight-Rover-Sherpa.html
2014-10-18 18:46
1927 Morris-Commercial D-Type
Les fanatiques (1957)
I believe it is an earlier D type rather than the CD by the flatter less rounded front wing shape.

Morris Commercial D Type

^ the vechile in the lower left hand corner referred to looks to be a completely different vehicle probably a car as the side mount and headlight are a lot lower and about the same height.

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2014-10-18 11:16
1939 Bedford MWD
The Secret Ways (1961)
1939 Bedford MWD 15 cwt Truck for Ministry of Supply (aero-screens)
1939 Bedford MWC 15 cwt Chassis cab for Ministry of Supply (aero-screens)

1943 the cab was enclosed with half-doors and a full-width divided windscreen.
2014-10-16 11:08
1979 Vauxhall Cavalier MkI
She-Wolf of London (1990-1991)
My experience is from the front wheel drive versions of the J and T cars (Cavalier Mk.II etc.). GM Europe's manufacturing was more integrated and the cars were just re-badged Opels (although spec and options varied there were no panel changes). Before that I believe it was more specific and Luton's Cavalier saloon production was probably slightly (if at all) added to by Belgium produced cars, (I remember reading this I think) 2014-10-15 14:49
1979 Vauxhall Cavalier MkI
She-Wolf of London (1990-1991)
Not Rüsselsheim but Bochum for Cavalier if I remember right... Rüsselsheim was Rekord and other V-car derivatives at the time 2014-10-14 20:38
1989 Vauxhall Senator 2.5i MkII
London's Burning (1988-2002)
G---OUE is a known Vauxhall fleet vehicle registration series. 2014-10-13 18:13
1966 Morris J2-M16 Pickup
The Sweeney (1975-1978)
^ 1965 for commonised Austin & Morris J2 grille is consistant with the same year as the Austin S200/T200 etc. & Morris FG vans and trucks commonised grilles. 2014-10-13 12:13
1958 Morris J2 Military van
Antyki (1977)
^Correct the British Army bought Morris J2 '15cwt Utility Vans' and 'Secure Mail Vans' from August 1958 through to 1967. The initial contract was for about 1,000 vans and was followed by smaller batches (20 or 30 etc.) as needed.

These were followed by BMC JU250 vans from June 1968 which used mostly the same body body panels other than the front end. Therefore this could also be a BMC JU250 van although the total quantity purchased was probably about 400 and less than the Morris J2. Therefore the Morris J2 continued in use for some time, and both vans were eventually replaced with Bedford CF vans.

Austin vans under 1-ton were do not appear to have been purchased at the time until after the BMC JU250 became the Austin or Morris JU250. Austins were however common for saloon cars and vans or trucks over 1-ton.
2014-10-13 11:41
1966 Austin J2 M16 security van
The Baron (1966-1967)
A few of the later Austin J2 vans look to have separate side-lights under the headlamps! The headlamps before this probably included the side-lights.

Much older Morris J2 vans had them with their old grille but off-set slightly.

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2014-10-12 16:05
1970 Morris 250 JU
Non si deve profanare il sonno dei morti (1974)
After 1967 Morris J2-M16 discontinued replaced by Austin/Morris/BMC 250 JU

BMC 250 JU 1967-1970
Renamed Austin Morris 250 JU 1970-1974
2014-10-12 16:02
1964 Austin J2 M16
The Best of Benny Hill (1974)
A few of the later Austin J2 vans look to have separate side-lights under the headlamps! The headlamps before this probably included the side-lights.

edit:
Probably 1964-67.

Much older Morris J2 vans had them with their old grille but off-set slightly.


-- Last edit: 2014-10-12 16:12:10
2014-10-12 15:20
1967 Austin J2 M16 Post Office Telephones
The Persuaders! (1971-1972)
A few of the later J2 vans look to have separate side-lights under the headlamps! 2014-10-12 15:20
1964 Austin J2 M16
Doctor Who (1963-1989)
A few of the later J2 vans look to have separate side-lights under the headlamps! 2014-10-12 15:19
1967 Austin J2 M16 Post Office Telephones
The Persuaders! (1971-1972)
Golden yellow introduced in 1968 but J2 discontinued the year before, so was re-painted which was fairly common. Van probably had some life left so recent. Older vans would not be re-painted. 2014-10-12 15:11
1957 Austin A152 Omnivan
The Shakedown (1960)
... that was quick work! :lol: 2014-10-12 14:56
1962 Austin J2 M16 Camper
The Night Caller (1965)
Yes, although it looked a bit like blurring but not seen on other places of the van... strange! 2014-10-12 14:48
1957 Austin A152 Omnivan
Payroll (1961)
1957 Austin A152 Omnivan (before 1961). 2014-10-12 14:15
1956 Austin A152 Omnivan
The Saint (1962-1969)
Correction 'Austin A152 Omnivan etc.' before 1960 or after the start of 1962 'Austin J2 M16'. 2014-10-12 14:13
1957 Austin A152 Omnivan
The Shakedown (1960)
... which leaves about 30 listings of 'Austin J2' rather than 'Austin A152 Omnivan etc.' to be re-evaluated for possible registration dates where visible to determine if they fall before 1960 or after the start of 1962. :cry: 2014-10-12 14:06
1963 Austin J2 M16 Milk Float
The Avengers (1961-1969)
Austin J2 M16 after February 1962.

[Image: j2m10m162gi8.1329.jpg] [Image: austinj2dl9.9120.jpg]
2014-10-12 13:54
1957 Austin A152 Omnivan
The Shakedown (1960)
From past Commercial Motor Archive notes, in February 1962 BMC introduced their new BMC coding table for all commercial vehicles.

This corresponds to the following light vans...

Austin/Morris Forward Control 10-cwt Van J4 new designation J4 M10
Austin/Morris Forward Control 16-cwt Van/Pickup etc. A152 J2 new designation J2 M16

This showed the factory of origin 'M' for Morris Commercial Cars, Ltd. followed by nominal payload in cwt.

Therefore Austin (or Morris) 'J2 M16' originates from February 1962 onwards.
2014-10-12 13:46
1957 Austin A152 Omnivan
The Shakedown (1960)
The name 'Omnivan' was still in use in Austin adverts in 1960...

Link to "www.flickr.com"

"Omnivan goes two better" - sliding doors added as an option.
"Brand new forward control van introduced" - Austin J4 Van introduced. (1960)
"New 5cwt van" - Austin Seven Minivan introduced. (1960)

Also it cannot be ruled out that '152 Omni-' (van-etc.) for specific Austin use was not used concurrently with 'Austin J2' for other Austin or BMC adverts and brochures for a period of time. Determining a definite year may not be possible, but the first use of 'Austin J2' would be good to find.

The Commercial Motor Archive (when back and running) is another possible source.

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2014-10-12 12:43
Vauxhall unknown Police [E]
The Shakedown (1960)
It does appear to be a Vauxhall [E] and probably Velox.

Hub caps, rear arch stone guard and chrome side strip plus general shape confirm it.

The slimmer bumper profile and over-riders should begin to date it further.
2014-10-12 11:40
1989 Leyland DAF 200 Police
Bullseye! (1990)
LDV 200 or similar (Leyland/Freight-Rover/Leyland DAF)

Door shape, door mirror, front wheel (200) and roof form.
2014-10-10 11:42
1983 Ford Sierra minicab MkI
Bullseye! (1990)
Ford Sierra? (MkI?)

/vehicle_433664-Ford-Sierra-1983.html

Door/glass shape and distinctive door mirror.

Typical Ford door handle.
2014-10-10 11:38
1976 Job's Jobac Milk Float
Hazell (1978-1979)
The "Jobac" - designed and built by Job's in the Body Repair Shop at Hanworth, the first I think here on IMCDb.

http://www.jobsdairy.co.uk/milk_floats.htm
2014-10-07 19:36
1972 Vauxhall Victor Estate [FE]
Hazell (1978-1979)
Agreed Victor FE, plain rear panel and wing mirror not door mirror, plus it looks an early colour. 2014-10-07 19:31
AEC Regent III RT
Personal Affair (1953)
Agreed, probably an AEC badge in the thumbnail.

London Transport green livery (country area) route 455 Gerrards Cross & Beaconsfield I believe, therefore near to Pinewood Studios.
2014-10-07 14:14
1937 Bristol K5G Utility
Personal Affair (1953)
At least 22 Bristol K buses entered service with United Counties between 1937 and 1944 plus about 90 K5G busses from Eastern National built between 1937 and 1944 were in use by United Counties from 1952 onwards.

Buses built for United Counties
1937-39 K5G ECW qty 12
1937-40 K5G Roe qty 5
1942 K5G Duple qty 2
1944 K6A Strachan qty 3

Other buses operated after 1952 by United Counties but built for Eastern National, Chelmsford.

Including this 1940 Bristol K5G with a similar radiator, so I guess the early K you mentioned is correct.

http://www.bristolsu.co.uk/Pictures/k/easternnational/JEV-423-K00368.gif
2014-10-07 11:35
1937 Bristol K5G Utility
Personal Affair (1953)
1939-1945 'Utility' bodies were built in wartime to conserve materials.

Bus operator in Bedford was 'United Counties' as seen in the movie. I cannot find they bought 'Bristol G' buses (1931-1937), but could be reassigned from 'Eastern Counties' at Norwich as part of the same Tillings company. http://www.bristolsu.co.uk/g/operatorhistory/easterncounties.htm
2014-10-06 20:24
1939 Bedford K-Type
Gideon's Way (1965-1967)
A separate page is not necessary.

From the action sequence and actors seen the additional thumbnails and the listing for the Bedford O-Type are the same truck.
2014-10-06 15:17
1963 Bedford TK 6x4 Reynolds-Boughton conversion
No Sex Please: We're British (1973)
Probably the 1963 TK 6x4 Reynolds-Boughton conversion for increase to a maximum gross vehicle weight of 17 tons

A choice of three wheelbases was offered

12ft 2in. designed for fitting a 10-cu.-yd. tipper body

13ft 9in. as a general-purpose vehicle or a 5/6-cu.yd. concrete mixer

15ft 5 in for 21ft platform or drop-side bodies

Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com"


Read more at Link to "archive.commercialmotor.com"
2014-10-06 14:00

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