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1966 Ford Anglia Basic Panda car [105E]
Unit Beat Policing (1968)
The new fleet of Cheshire panda cars, all with April 67 plates. But they all have the separate front sidelights/indicators which was replaced in Oct 66 by just orange indicators, so dating as 1966.

OFM 988E is main feature

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Bit parts for:

OFM 982E
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OFM 989E
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OFM 994E
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OFM 997E
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If plate sequence is a full block, Cheshire had a simultaneous batch of at least 15 of Pandanglias.
2015-05-08 23:50
1975 Triumph Spitfire 1500
Black or White (2014)
Yes. Front spoiler = Dec 73 onwards (final year of Mk4, but should have bonnet badge). So 75+ 1500. 2015-05-08 20:22
1965 Triumph Herald 1200 Convertible
Riderà! (Cuore matto) (1967)
1965 Coventry plate, probably factory registered. 2015-05-08 18:20
1965 Ford Anglia Torino
Riderà! (Cuore matto) (1967)
Alessandro58 a écrit Another one ...

I can't see a Torino in that picture. Alfa coupe sandwiched by two Fiat 1100s.
2015-05-08 18:17
1958 AEC Mammoth Major G6 MkV
Unit Beat Policing (1968)
The other trucks in this nest now recognisable with better quality captures
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HP Sauce looks Bedford TK, Cadburys = Austin or BMC FG, Adams Butter behind some sort of LAD?? A strange recipe ....
2015-05-08 17:37
1948 BMMO C1 by Duple
The British Policeman (1959)
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johnfromstaffs a écrit BMMO C1 or maybe C2. Very art deco if you see the whole thing.

Link to "www.gracesguide.co.uk"

Given a page because we don't have a good view of this distinctive front (makes me think of a miserable goldfish ..) on our other 2 entries. Leicester bus station.
2015-05-08 15:22
Rowe Hillmaster
The British Policeman (1959)
Two votes secures it. Even if it's wrong in the end, it's now lodged somewhere so it can be shot at. And we have a new make. 2015-05-08 15:11
1966 Seddon 16/4 Motor Panels cab
Unit Beat Policing (1968)
Main upgraded. Same Seddon at 03-53 in right edge .....
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....... but out of sequence as footage occurs on road before main.
2015-05-08 05:08
1965 Morris Mini Traveller all-steel MkI [ADO15]
Unit Beat Policing (1968)
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All-steel Traveller, 1965 C plate
2015-05-08 04:45
The British Policeman (1959) Everything upgraded on like-for-like basis from better quality version included on this DVD COI Collection Volume One: Police and Thieves. Seems identical version, but timings did not match - have kept the originally entered Atlas Editions DVD timings, with COI timings usually about 30 seconds later. Or my counter is having a wobbly.

A couple of new pages, plus several new pictures in comments and various registrations now legible. Still a lot of glimpse/background things which could be picked up in a total sweep, but only 3 caught my eye on this revamp. Any special pleading for these (but no better views for any of them)??

1] whatever it is poking its rear out on the left at 05-27
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2] shiny grille Citroen at 10-12
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3] convertible at 10-32
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2015-05-08 01:44
1956 Wolseley 6/90 Police Series I
The British Policeman (1959)
OJF = March-May 56, so S1.

A couple of very early sightings made me think about Riley Pathfinder
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but then OJF 483 appeared
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... followed by OJF 485 ....

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... and then OJF 484 pops up as well
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2015-05-08 01:22
1957 BMMO S15 4631
The British Policeman (1959)
All pictures upgraded from better quality copy. What's the miserable face single decker in the garage?

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2015-05-08 00:48
1956 Ford Escort Estate [100E]
The British Policeman (1959)
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ORY 555 = early 56. Escort rather than Squire as no wood trim, plus Squire had sliding side windows - these look fixed. No idea how the Victor suddenly appears out of thin air. :whistle:
2015-05-08 00:26
1953 Hillman Minx Phase VI
The British Policeman (1959)
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And a couple of Audax Minxes
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2015-05-07 23:12
AEC Regent III Brush body for Leicester Corporation
The British Policeman (1959)
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New page opened now I've got better captures and can separate the buses. I think kudos said from previous grotty picture that this was AC Regent III with Weymann body, but throwing it open again in case.
2015-05-07 22:56
Leyland Titan PD2/12 Leicester Corporation
The British Policeman (1959)
Revised page since first posting. This one now gets all the Leicester buses with the enlarged drivers window in the hope that they're all
kudos a écrit Leicester Corporation Leyland Titan PD2/12, I would say......

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Mitchell & Butler "For the Men of the Midlands" was never "Marvellous Beer" - it was just industrial piss. And other big-driver-window moments

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2015-05-07 22:43
Rowe Hillmaster
The British Policeman (1959)
Just in case these help:
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Possible sleeper/extended cab, split windscreen, single rear axle but double-wheeled, big shiny crash bumper and a fair bit of other chrome, a smart livery ....
2015-05-07 22:18
1958 Standard Pennant
The British Policeman (1959)
Now I've got a better copy of this film to play with, and so that more plates are legible, it feels unusual for stuff of this type/period for having a high number of non-local plates - some of which are fairly distant from Leicester. I guess in those pre-motorway/bypass days it's because Leicester was on the A6 trunk route London to Carlisle?? So a Stirlingshire plate isn't too amazing?? 2015-05-07 22:00
Rowe Hillmaster
The British Policeman (1959)
New entry now I've got better quality source. Very background but it looks unusual and is onscreen for a fair time, although static so no better view possible. Looks coachbuilt for transporting big things or a recovery vehicle?? Shiny Bedford-ish grille??

If impossible, I'll ditch the page.
2015-05-07 21:32
1952 Commer 8cwt Express
The British Policeman (1959)
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Similar/same earlier beyond A30
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but looks windowed.
2015-05-07 21:20
1954 Ford Popular [103E]
The British Policeman (1959)
KNR 655 plate = local issue April-June 54. 2015-05-07 20:51
1954 Bedford A Type Coca-Cola delivery truck
The British Policeman (1959)
All pictures upgraded from better quality source. But I doubt if it changes anything for ID. 2015-05-07 20:47
1956 Austin A30 2-door Saloon [A2S4]
The British Policeman (1959)
1956 plate. No other view of Riley RM HSC 904 (= 1950 Edinburgh plate so RMA or RMB) on left. 2015-05-07 20:31
1958 Standard Pennant
The British Policeman (1959)
LMS 30 = 1958 plate, Stirlingshire. Or it was an LMS (London Midland & Scottish) railway vehicle - LMS operated the Midland Main Line from London St Pancras to Sheffield as one of its principal routes, with Leicester as a main station. 2015-05-07 20:07
1958 Thames Trader MkI
The British Policeman (1959)
Early 58 plate. Painfully contrived incident where boxes fall of the back of the lorry, there is a commotion as an excited crowd gathers to look at all the boxes and spilled potatoes (I suppose they had nothing more interesting to do in those days) but PC Plod comes along and sorts it all out - hoorah!
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I never realised that Traders had a rear loadbed badge
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2015-05-07 19:46
1957 Austin A95 Countryman [BW6]
The British Policeman (1959)
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Our 2nd ever A95 Countryman - goes round behind tower and then pokes nose out. Our first in UK - the other was a Norwegian find. Production was 1,998 via a contract with Jensen.
2015-05-07 18:46
1946 Alvis TA 14 Drophead Coupé
The British Policeman (1959)
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Better quality source found so pics upgraded. Nothing I can see to affect previous comments; registration still illegible, but frustratingly close ...
2015-05-07 18:35
Ford Escort Cabriolet MkIV
Alarm für Cobra 11 - Die Autobahnpolizei (1996-2017)
Sorry - forget 14-10 - I meant 14-02. 2015-05-07 17:59
Ford Escort Cabriolet MkIV
Alarm für Cobra 11 - Die Autobahnpolizei (1996-2017)
1st 14-10 thumb is definitely hatchback and looks XR3i. The other 3 thumbs in that batch are a bit unclear if cabrio or hatch - looks like a solid roof but small rear side windows as cabrio. I suppose a cabrio hardtop might be possible - aftermarket accessory?? - or maybe a solid stunt roof. The 3rd thumb looks XR3i front and lights. So it might be XR3i Cabrio if non-alloy wheels were used in D.

^ /vehicle.php?id=23182 does not look like XR3i - just a plain version. So in theory there should be a page using 1st 14-10 thumb as XR3i Mk4 hatch, and another page for the 07-10 and 08-01 Cabrios - which are Mk4 and look like XR3i Cabrios with those white wheel covers. And a verdict on the 2nd/3rd/4th 14:10 thumbs whether cabrio or hatch (which I can't work out) and whether XR3i or poverty (which I think is poverty with silver wheel covers). But I might be taking this a bit too seriously ... it's only Cobra after all.
2015-05-07 16:57
1957 Morris JB Police van
The British Policeman (1959)
Better quality capture, now showing blacked-out side windows 2015-05-07 16:03
Ford Escort Cabriolet MkIV
Alarm für Cobra 11 - Die Autobahnpolizei (1996-2017)
Ep 07-10 and 08-01 cars are cabriolets. 14-10 has plain wheels - not alloys - in side views - is it a mocked-up XR3i, or did German XR3is have poverty wheels anyway?? 2015-05-07 12:40
1974 Triumph Spitfire 1500
Alarm für Cobra 11 - Die Autobahnpolizei (1996-2017)
Very odd rear lights in both cases and it looks as if they forgot to put on any number plate lights during the mock-up. No black paint in door handles - 74-76. Could be the same car if they filmed the eps in reverse order before wrecking it. 2015-05-07 12:32
1986 Ford Fiesta MkII
Polisen som vägrade ta semester (1988)
It is a special edition for stripes and wheel covers - see /vehicle_233710-Fiat-127-100GL-1971.html . Looks like edition name on wing in Swedish or similar. 2015-05-07 04:36
Top Gear (2002-2015) .... as long as he doesn't get a Vatican broadside. 2015-05-07 02:04
Top Gear (2002-2015) I don't really mind what audiences they try to attract, provided they remember the focus of the programme should be cars, not the personalities. There seems to be a trend to create programmes where the theme just becomes a ..... um .... vehicle for an hour of presenters to do the personality thing, so the programmes all start merging into a porridge of cars/restorations/cookery/housebuying/baking/sewing/antiques/dinosaur-taxidermy or whatever, and the enthusiasts get slowly but steadily left behind. 2015-05-07 00:54
Jaguar D-Type Replica
Une chance sur deux (1998)
Has 1963 xxx FLF plate so probably D-Type replica - see /vehicle_1597-Ferrari-330-P3-Replica.html and comment 2015-05-06 18:19
Ferrari 330 P3 Replica Coste
Une chance sur deux (1998)
OK it probably is the D-Type - it just looked funny - screen effect/lighting/whatever, so I thought the shape was different. But the 1963 xxx FLF plate would not match a genuine one, so it's probably a replica on an E-Type or Jag Mk2. 2015-05-06 18:17
Top Gear (2002-2015) Various rumours online that (1) TG will be relaunched with a new trio - Philip Glenister, Jodie Kidd and Guy Martin - Link to "www.telegraph.co.uk" (2) Clarkson spotted filming with a yellow Corvette for a possible new car show (or maybe just a video to go with his Sunday Times column) - Link to "www.theweek.co.uk"

If the new trio is true, it looks as if TG have just raided other car shows on Channel 4 & 5 for their presenters - but Philip "Ashes-to-Ashes" Glenister and Jodie are definite car enthusiasts; I'm not really sure who Guy Martin is. Could be a reasonable combination - Jodie's recent show on Channel 5 was severely handicapped by appallingly bad scripts, so it would be interesting to see if she can cut loose to something more spontaneous and stops doing twee-girlie and glamorous ex-supermodel routines.
2015-05-06 15:03
Ford GT 40 Replica in 1969 Le Mans winner [P/1075] livery
John Wick (2014)
Gulf livery as 68-69 JW Wyer race team, #6 matches 1969 Le Mans winner Ford GT40 [P/1075], driven by Ickx and Oliver (the same car also won in 68). But the real car never had wing mirrors, so this is replica. 2015-05-06 13:39
Ferrari 330 P3 Replica Coste
Une chance sur deux (1998)
I'm interested in the green one between the C-type and the Ferrari replica. Has xxx FLF plate which was London issue 1963. I don't think a D-Type as ^^ but something UK like Lister, Lola, Connaught etc. Looks as if possibly slightly older than plate eg late 50s?? 2015-05-06 13:20
Safety Fast (1950) None implied. It was meant as more of a barometer reading. 2015-05-05 23:50
Safety Fast (1950)
chicomarx a écrit ... *and* IMDb-listed?

So far, yes. If not, securely identified/linked from other sources. I can't be arsed with defending endless stooshies. I want to enjoy imcdb, not tear out what little hair I've still got in frustration.
2015-05-05 23:21
Safety Fast (1950) I don't know yet. It depends on the deliberations of the IMCDB Grand Committee's Working Group on the status of documentaries. I'd love to go ahead with exploring Pathe's rich and fertile resource (although I'm too computer illiterate to work out how to get rid of their onscreen logos and messages to enable decent clean captures, and their online screenings are - probably deliberately - low quality reproductions anyway). However if Pathe stuff appears on fully available DVD - as this one did - we stand a better chance of agreement.

Pathe also have a lot of excellent 50s/60s motorsport stuff (races and ... whisper it quietly .... rallies) and lots of Motor Show reports. So if the technical quality issues get resolved and there is a consensus for approval, we could unleash something pretty amazing.

In the meantime, I'm sticking to DVD-sourced stuff - going through some COI collections to see what I can mine successfully.
2015-05-05 19:24
1988 Peugeot 405 Ambulance Sillage
Top Gear France (2015-2017)
Top Gear UK would never have done anything this stupid ...... :whistle: 2015-05-05 19:04
1999 Peugeot 406 Estate
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)
I can't decide what the front is, but rear cabin looks more like Omega - bigger more upright windows. 2015-05-05 13:45
1965 Plymouth Belvedere
Fireball 500 (1966)
.... or try this - /yourcomments.php?search=petty&id= 2015-05-05 04:37
1979 Porsche 928 4.5L
Hart to Hart (1979-1984)
79-82 poverty version 2015-05-05 03:38
1980 Porsche 928 S
Wildside (1997-1999)
928 S 1980-83 2015-05-05 03:37
1978 Porsche 928 4.5L
Easy Kill (1989)
Early one 78-82. 2015-05-05 03:35
1956 Goggomobil 300 [T300]
Nurse on Wheels (1963)
Guilty as charged. I left it for a few days but no-one said nowt, then did it and the other UK one together to clear my - imaginary - in-tray. 2015-05-05 00:39

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