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1954 Wolseley 6/80
Look at Life: Over and Under (1960)
Wolseley subject car should be 6/80 for chrome on rear window - see comment at /vehicle_74886-Wolseley-4-50-1949.html - and because 4/50 production stopped Jan 53. 2014-05-28 16:18
1953 Austin Princess 4-litre Limousine [DM4]
2103: The Deadly Wake (1997)
I'm making sense of these at last - in my own mind at least. A135 Mk1-4 each came with "Saloon" and "Touring Limousine" versions, but both versions shared same body and wheelbase (which I think stayed constant during Mk1-4 evolution) - the only differences were probably the Touring Limousine having a division, and the model codes changed:
Mk1 - Oct 47 Saloon DS2, Sept 48 Touring Limousine DM2
Mk2 - Oct 50 DS3, DM3
Mk3 - Sept 53 DS5, DM5
Mk4 - Oct 56 DS7, DM7 (which continued past Aug 57 name change from Austin to Princes as make until stopping in May 59 and March 59 respectively - see /vehicle_112918-Princess-IV-DS7-1957.html )

DS1 was the Oct 47 A125 Sheerline saloon, which was augmented by the DM1 lwb limousine in Sept 49. Vanden Plas were given the task of updating the A125 lwb DM1 and in Oct 52 introduced the DM4 Limousine outside the Mk1-4 sequence (but during the Mk2 period). I'm not sure if this was identified as Austin A135 Princess Limousine or just Austin Princess Limousine, but is what we call Austin Princess 4-litre Limousine and went onto to become Princess 4-litre Limousine and then Vanden Plas Princess 4-litre Limousine. I can't find confirmation or reference for when the pillar behind rear door stopped being thick and body colour (as here) and was replaced by thin with shiny trim (eg here) but 1957 make change to just Princess seems a reasonable point to choose.

There is however another version in the mix - the DS6 lwb Saloon introduced in Sept 53 alongside the Mk3 DS5/DM5 launch and as far as I can tell was just a longer A135 DS5 with the same short rear side window behind doors which were bigger - eg Link to "classiccarcatalogue.com" (lower left), http://cbrinn.fsnet.co.uk/modelc.html . There was never a DM6 Touring Limousine equivalent, presumably to avoid conflict with DM4. The confusing thing about the DS6, which is not well referenced anywhere, is that Glass's claim it stayed in production alongside the DM4 through all the changes until 1967; as they quote annual chassis numbers for each of DM4 and DS6 (but within a shared sequence) this seems unlikely to be a mistake. DS6 and DM4 both had same wheelbase and length according to Glass's, so the difference seems to be the rear side window size and maybe rear door length. But none of our VdPs seem to have a short rear side window DS6. So what's going on with this DS6 version? Did it really exist as more than a paper exercise after 1957??

Update - have been through all Austin Princess and just Princess 4-Litres and inserted DM4 code. Did find one DS6 Princess (as make) A135 LWB with UYW 818 plate and 2 sightings. All VdPs checked - no VdP A135 LWBs found - everything seems to be DM4, although haven't entered code.

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2014-05-28 15:35
1950 Austin A135 Princess Hearse MkII [DS3]
High Spirits (1988)
Mk2 vertical sidelights (with later round indicators added). 2014-05-28 14:24
1960 Vanden Plas Princess 4-litre Limousine
Look at Life: Rising to High Office (1963)
Not Austin Princess as thin pillar behind rear door. Probably orange front indicators so VdP. 2014-05-28 14:09
1954 Wolseley 6/80
Look at Life: Over and Under (1960)
White is A55 Cambridge ADO9, with a Magnette ZA in front. Blue on bridge is A35. A feast of BMCs! 2014-05-28 13:47
1957 Humber Hawk Series I
Look at Life: Over and Under (1960)
Hawk S1; Super Snipe had shinier wheels. 2014-05-28 13:21
1945 Fordson 10cwt Van [E83W]
Look at Life: Over and Under (1960)
Fordson E83W?? 2014-05-28 12:52
1957 Morris Oxford Series III
Look at Life: Over and Under (1960)
57+ Oxford S3. 2014-05-28 12:47
1922 Talbot unknown
The Devil Rides Out (1968)
DVLA details for XK 8136 are:
Date of Liability 01 10 1987
Date of First Registration 28 04 1922
Year of Manufacture Not Available
Cylinder Capacity (cc) 2366cc
CO₂ Emissions Not Available
Fuel Type PETROL
Export Marker N
Vehicle Status Unlicensed
Vehicle Colour MAROON
Vehicle Type Approval Not Available

XK 8136 appeared at a 1925 reliability trial - see http://www.austinharris.co.uk/registration/xk-8136 and Link to "austinharris.co.uk" (on right)
2014-05-28 12:42
1957 Austin A55 Cambridge MkI [HS6]
Look at Life: Over and Under (1960)
Late 57 Perthshire plate. Where is this/what's happening?? Have the soldiers just built this bridge out of old cardboard boxes and knitting needles?? 2014-05-28 12:29
1954 Wolseley 6/80
Look at Life: Over and Under (1960)
1954 Edinburgh plate. 2014-05-28 12:25
1953 Riley Pathfinder
Look at Life: Over and Under (1960)
Riley Pathfinder?? 2014-05-28 12:20
1951 Commer Q4 Superpoise 3 Ton 4x4 GS
Look at Life: Over and Under (1960)
Stirling Castle. 2014-05-28 12:18
1956 Commer Cob Phase I
Look at Life: Over and Under (1960)
1956+ Hillman Husky or Commer Cob Phase I on the Menai Bridge. My hunch is Cob as dark interior seems unlit by side windows. 2014-05-28 12:17
1969 Triumph GT6-Plus Group 44 Mk2
Jay Leno's Garage (2006-2016)
1969 SCCA National Championship winner, chassis KC57687L (or replica). Another Group 44 GT6-Plus won in 1970. Link to "www.conceptcarz.com" 2014-05-28 04:11
1969 Triumph GT6-Plus Mk2
Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999)
i'd never seen this before but is true according to book sources, although written as GT6-Plus. Only applied to Mk2 and used for 69 and 70 model years. Ironic, because GT6-Minus would have been more appropriate as US spec was down by 9 bhp. 2014-05-28 03:56
1990 Honda Accord Coupé [CB]
Bob's Burgers (2011-2016)
Move to main page comments would be better than delete. 2014-05-28 00:19
1923 Rolls-Royce 40/50 h.p. 'Silver Ghost' H.J.Mulliner Tourer [46LK]
The Devil Rides Out (1968)
/vehicle_13874-Rolls-Royce-Phantom-I-80KR-1929.html ?? 2014-05-27 23:13
1932 Rolls-Royce 20/25 h.p. Sports Saloon Freestone & Webb [GMU37]
The Devil Rides Out (1968)
johnfromStaffs a écrit Wonderfully sporting coachwork for a Royce, just look at that low roof line.

Yes. Not at all blobby.
2014-05-27 23:10
1932 Rolls-Royce 20/25 h.p. Sports Saloon Freestone & Webb [GMU37]
Monty Python's Flying Circus (1969-1974)
... and /vehicle.php?id=708768 . 2014-05-27 23:09
1965 Jaguar S-Type
Loot (1970)
... and /vehicle_673547-Jaguar-S-Type.html . 2014-05-27 23:04
1965 Jaguar S-Type
Rapporto Fuller, base Stoccolma (1969)
LMU 364C - see comments at /vehicle.php?id=113812 . 2014-05-27 23:03
1932 Rolls-Royce 20/25 h.p. Sports Saloon Freestone & Webb [GMU37]
The Devil Rides Out (1968)
YY 72 = /vehicle_84166-Rolls-Royce-20-25-hp-GMU37-1932.html = [GMU37]. DVLA details for YY 72 are:
Date of Liability 01 12 1986
Date of First Registration 19 10 1932
Year of Manufacture Not Available
Cylinder Capacity (cc) 3669cc
CO₂ Emissions Not Available
Fuel Type PETROL
Export Marker N
Vehicle Status Unlicensed
Vehicle Colour WHITE
Vehicle Type Approval Not Available
2014-05-27 22:59
1979 Daimler Limousine [DS420]
Rosemary's Baby (2014)
79+. 2014-05-27 21:29
unknown
Ernest Goes To School (1994)
Must be a good year for these puns .... 2014-05-27 19:34
1951 Austin A70 Hampshire Countryman [BW3]
The Grass Is Greener (1960)
Mid 51 plate. Just over 900 Hampshire Countrymen built by Papworth Industries under contract to Austin; factory/workshop was at Papworth Everard in Cambridgeshire. Seems they were made for at least a year after A70 Hereford saloon launch until Hereford Countryman started in late 51 - pretty well identical apart from bigger front grille and new side grilles, plus wood panelling now extended onto upper part of front doors - http://www.austinmemories.com/page8/page32/page32.html

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2014-05-27 18:58
1950 Austin A70 Hampshire Convertible Carbodies of Coventry [BS2]
Paris chante toujours! (1952)
I've got book reference to "a small number of Hampshire convertibles were built by at least two different coachbuilders" and that the Amsterdam show cars were Dutch-built. No other details. 2014-05-27 18:46
1951 Austin A70 Hereford Countryman [BW4]
Gideon's Way (1965-1967)
1550 built by Papworth Industries under contract to Austin; factory/workshop was at Papworth Everard in Cambridgeshire. 2014-05-27 18:40
1949 Austin FX3 Taxi
La casa de las muertas vivientes (1972)
Update - according to a book source, only 7,267 FX3s were made in total - the 13,737 figure above includes "(All chassis produced at Longbridge)" so maybe FL1s plus vans etc. So an even better proportion capture (now at 7 pages of FX3s with 196 entries).

Same book clarifies Spanish FX3s as "500 were exported to Spain, with the majority going to Madrid". Apparently other export market efforts - US, CDN, other Europe - were tried without success. (If anyone's interested, it's a pretty good read, well informed and good pictures, but with only 96 small pages £15 rrp is a rip-off - buy cheaply).
2014-05-27 18:36
1980 Ferrari Mondial 8
Martial Law (1990)
I think Mondial. 2014-05-27 16:03
1932 Rolls-Royce 20/25 h.p. Sports Saloon Freestone & Webb [GMU37]
The Devil Rides Out (1968)
Plate looks something like YH22 but nothing found .... 2014-05-27 15:02
1928 Lancia Lambda
The Devil Rides Out (1968)
Nothing on check sites. Quotes from Lancia On film blog

"There is a rather good chase involving a Bentley and a Lambda in the 1968 Hammer film The Devil Rides Out.... what was then John Maltby's Lambda (now Tony Stephens') among the assembled cars. Maltby's car appeared again in Camp on Blood Island where it was apparently destroyed by a grenade (Tony will probably find the dents under the back seat) but clips of that film don't appear to be available."

"Re Camp on blood island, I think the Lambda belonged to my dad at the time, as I remember him telling me something about they paid for a new windscreen to replace the one that was cracked in the filming."

"ER 5421 belonged to a Mr A Livingstone, from Ealing, London, circa 2000, but I think it has since been exported from the UK"

"ER 5421 is now in Italy. It was pretty tired when Arnold Livingstone had it and even tireder after The Devil Rides Out, but it had a distinguished history. It was built up by Alec Park who was a partner of Terry Breen in his car breaking and dealing business in North London, using a fifth shell with the scuttle extended, the rear suspension lowered and an eight series engine fitted. Here is a picture of the car with a proud Alec taken, judging by the cowled lamp, sometime during the war. The car was later owned by Wells Coates and here is the famous picture of him with the car that appeared in Vogue."

Camp On Blood Island sounds like a title for some of our dedicated contributors ....
2014-05-27 14:52
1929 Invicta 3 Litre Sports Tourer
The Devil Rides Out (1968)
DVLA details for UU 2261 are:
Date of Liability 01 03 2008
Date of First Registration 14 05 1929
Year of Manufacture 1929
Cylinder Capacity (cc) 3000cc
CO₂ Emissions Not Available
Fuel Type PETROL
Export Marker Y
Vehicle Status Unlicensed
Vehicle Colour GREY
Vehicle Type Approval Not Available

December 2006 reference - "Invicta 3 litre 2 seater 1929 Reg UU2261 with possible Corsica body - for sale by Gavin McGuire on behalf VSCC racer and motoring author David Venables"
2014-05-27 14:37
1930 Vauxhall 20/60 Richmond
The Devil Rides Out (1968)
DVLA details for MY 6877 (with make as Vauxhall Richmond) are:
Date of Liability 01 10 2012
Date of First Registration 19 05 1930
Year of Manufacture 1930
Cylinder Capacity (cc) 2916cc
CO₂ Emissions Not Available
Fuel Type PETROL
Export Marker Y
Vehicle Status Unlicensed
Vehicle Colour MAROON
Vehicle Type Approval Not Available

The Dutch car ^ is described as 1930 Vauxhall 20-60 Richmond with English log book as well as Dutch plate; must be the same car - visually identical and DVLA says export marker in 2012.
2014-05-27 14:10
1936 Squire 1½ litre Markham SWB Roadster [1052]
The Devil Rides Out (1968)
Some other Squire details for the 4 Vanden Plas bodied 2 seaters from a specialist model maker - http://www.marqueart.com/marqueart/squire-at3.htm . 2014-05-27 14:02
1936 Squire 1½ litre Markham SWB Roadster [1052]
The Devil Rides Out (1968)
JB 8776 was chassis 1052, supplied in early 36. Some more pics - Link to "aircrewremembered.com" , http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5050/5379713253_ce837c3e1e.jpg . 2014-05-27 13:56
1935 Squire 1½ litre Ranalah lwb 4-seat Tourer [1501]
Car Crazy (2001-2016)
Chassis 1501, Ranelagh 4 seat Tourer, 2nd production car - http://www.ultimatecarpage.com/sn/4749/Squire-1500-Ranelagh-Tourer.html , originally registered CLO 5. 2014-05-27 13:43
1982 Mercedes-Benz Custom-made Convertible [W123]
Power Rangers Time Force (2001-2002)
If so, it's a 4 door. Home made?? 2014-05-27 00:44
1969 Daihatsu Compagno Spider 1000 [F40K]
5 cewek jagoan (1980)
Late grille - is it our first 1000 Spider?? 2014-05-26 23:13
1953 Austin Princess 4-litre Limousine [DM4]
2103: The Deadly Wake (1997)
I'm confused by this one - no argument about Austin Princess, but which one - A135 Mk3 LWB as above or normal Austin Princess 4-Litre Limousine??

@jfs - Robson Cars of BMC p67 photo looks identical to this one with thick pillar behind rear door but Robson's caption is also confused - the "Austin Princess A135 lwb limousine " did not run from 1952 to 1968 in its various guises - it was the Austin Princess 4-Litre Limousine which did.

I can believe thick pillar means A135 Mk3 LWB (eg http://car-from-uk.com/sale.php?id=48520&country=us ) and thin pillar = 4-Litre Limousine (but if so we need to revisit eg /vehicle_66421-Austin-Princess-4-litre-Limousine-1952.html and /vehicle_558020-Austin-Princess-4-litre-Limousine-1952.html ), but that ain't proof. And can I find a definitely confirmed Austin Princess 4-Litre Limousine photo (instead of later versions) to confirm this difference?? No - everyone else who captions google pictures seems confused as well.

And just for the sheer hell of it - any known photos anywhere of an A135 Mk4 LWB Limo with the new Mk4 styling??

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2014-05-26 23:10
1957 Vauxhall Victor Series 1 [F]
March to Aldermaston (1959)
Chrome over number plate might have separated Standard and Super versions (so not a dating feature)??? 2014-05-26 20:03
1957 Vauxhall Victor Series 1 [F]
Paranoiac (1963)
Good spot. I had to look this up, and the exact sequence for S1 is:
Feb 57 saloon launch as Standard and Super versions
Aug 57 hooded headlamp rims
Oct 57 medallion on bootlid
March 58 Estate launched
Sept 58 Exhaust pipe now on nearside below bumper (instead of through the bumper). Door pillars and frames painted instead of stainless steel, drip mouldings stainless steel instead of painted.
Jan 59 stooped ahead of Feb 59 S2 launch.

There may have been a change in boot trim as well from comments at /vehicle_171023-Vauxhall-Victor-F-1957.html and /vehicle_171013-Vauxhall-Victor-F-1958.html unless the chrome separated Standard and Super versions.
2014-05-26 20:01
1964 Vauxhall Victor [FB]
Inspector George Gently: Blue for Bluebird (2014)
64+ hubcaps. 2014-05-26 19:45
1979 Daimler Sovereign [Series III]
From There To Here (2014)
Carrots. Lots of them. Regularly. And tints would reflect differently in that bright light. 2014-05-26 19:17
1985 Ford Cargo 1615
From There To Here (2014)
When I watched this I thought the plate looks fake, but DVLA details for C196 LTN are:
Date of Liability 01 03 2014
Date of First Registration 01 08 1985
Year of Manufacture 1985
Cylinder Capacity (cc) 5947cc
CO₂ Emissions Not Available
Fuel Type HEAVY OIL
Export Marker N
Vehicle Status Unlicensed
Vehicle Colour RED
Vehicle Type Approval Not Available

The real Manchester bomb was detonated in a red and white Ford Cargo - http://news.bbc.co.uk/media/images/39123000/jpg/_39123684_van_238.jpg - but it was not C196 LTN ....
2014-05-26 17:47
1957 Morris Minor 1000 Traveller
Paranoiac (1963)
SZ 5726 = very early 1957 County Down plate - Northern Ireland.

For passing info - there was RoI assembly of Minor 2/4 door saloons and occasional convertibles in Dublin 1948-70, but never as far as I can tell any Travellers. 63+ Dublin cars had body colour grilles, instead of UL cream colour, just in case we ever find one. Unlikely that Dublin cars would be sold in NI, which probably got UK cars.
2014-05-26 17:34
1996 Toyota Mark II Grande [X100]
Okuribito (2008)
I can't answer that one. Needs a Toyotologist to comment .... 2014-05-26 17:18
1957 Vauxhall Victor Series 1 [F]
Paranoiac (1963)
Mid 58 plate. 2014-05-26 17:13
1956 Vauxhall Wyvern [EIX]
Paranoiac (1963)
Mid 56 plate. 2014-05-26 17:11
1945 MG TC
Paranoiac (1963)
Mid 52 plate. 2014-05-26 17:00

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