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1955 Austin A50 Cambridge [HS5]
A 008, operazione Sterminio (1965)
Agreed A50 as best fit Cambridge - no side chrome or 2-tone (so not A55 nor any Westminster). But grille and sidelights could look a bit A95 Westminster in the blur, so slight room for doubt if a plain A95 ever existed. 2014-08-28 14:32
1971 Ford Cortina Estate L MkIII
Mark colpisce ancora (1976)
Footnote on Cortinas in A - in about 72 when I was a kid we had a short trip to Vienna and I escaped parental cultural overload expedition for a couple of hours brochure collecting. Main Ford dealer had Cortina Mk3s and Taunus TC1s side by side in showroom. which even then struck me as unnecessary duplication. 2014-08-28 14:12
1971 Ford Cortina Estate L MkIII
Mark colpisce ancora (1976)
Gag Halfrunt a écrit Is this really in Austria?

I wondered the same as well, especially as it looks a bit like a Chevette further down the line. But (a) probably not a Chevette - May 75 launch would be very very tight for film date (b} street furniture - lights, signs - just do not look right for UK. Also the Merc dealer decoration looks foreign (c) the Vogue estate is visibly LHD so a Sunbeam, whatever the location (d) European Cortina Mk3 markets very limited - A, CH, CS and not much else - not I as far as I know.

So no reason for this shot not to be Vienna.
2014-08-28 12:57
1971 Ford Cortina Estate L MkIII
Mark colpisce ancora (1976)
Straightforward Cortina in early Mk3 colour - L or maybe XL. 2014-08-28 12:11
1968 Sunbeam Vogue Estate [Arrow]
Mark colpisce ancora (1976)
:king: Nice find. It is top spec (thick side trim, over-riders, early pale gold metallic). 68-70 Vogue estate or 70-72ish Hunter GL Estate would both match equally well. Production numbers likely to be similar - so default to earliest as Vogue?? 2014-08-28 12:10
1964 Vauxhall Victor Super [FB]
Prisoner (1979-1986)
Assuming Aus assembly for slight trim differences from UK (boot chrome, hubcaps) and no sign of Sept 63 UK facelift. 2014-08-28 04:21
1969 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow I
Tykho Moon (1996)
Let's say 1969+ for vinyl roof. 2014-08-28 03:56
1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass S
Cops (1989-2016)
CougarTim a écrit 1976-1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass S
2014-08-28 01:30
1939 Cletrac FDL 80
Builders (1942)
[Image: 04-04crawlercletracinfo.jpg]
"Photographed at the Heidrick Ag History Center, 1962 Hays Lane, Woodland, CA 95776" - links from ^ to https://www.flickr.com/photos/jacksnell707/8409505472/in/photostream/ , https://www.flickr.com/photos/jacksnell707/2912554818/
2014-08-28 01:15
1935 Morris 14/6 Van conversion [Series II]
A Diary for Timothy (1945)
No other view. 2014-08-28 01:02
Mercedes-Benz 280 S [W126]
Crisis in the Kremlin (1992)
280 S rear badge?? 2014-08-28 00:54
1970 Bedford CF
Mark colpisce ancora (1976)
LWB?? 2014-08-28 00:52
1941 Autocar U-7144-T
A Diary for Timothy (1945)
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[Image: 30-47truckc.jpg]

Definitely ugly, probably tricky, possibly interesting.
2014-08-28 00:47
A Diary for Timothy (1945) [Image: title.83.jpg] [Image: title2.34.jpg]
Unusual and effective diary-like account of the final year of the war presented almost as if a grandfather is explaining to a baby born in Sept 1944 what had happened in the first year of his life. Shows wartime conditions beginning to ease and first early thoughts looking towards rebuilding Britain for the new world after the war. "Pure cinematic poetry" according to one review and it is well worth watching for its mood of emerging hope.

A bombsite car
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A crawler in someone's home movies
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which doesn't make sense during the film or in real world

Building prefabs
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- also /vehicle_733720.html

Lots of planes for impdb
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2014-08-28 00:40
1934 Vauxhall Big Six Ambulance LWB [BXL]
A Diary for Timothy (1945)
[Image: 16-11coalambulancea.jpg]
No clear view of plate, but seemed a Welsh sequence.
2014-08-28 00:37
Allis-Chalmers Model M
A Diary for Timothy (1945)
[Image: 07-40allissa.jpg] [Image: 07-40allissb.jpg]

Allis-Chalmers written on cab back, so original equipment. A John-Deere tricycle tractor in background??
2014-08-28 00:33
1938 Morris Twelve [Series III]
A Diary for Timothy (1945)
[Image: 05-12carelw943b.jpg]
Jan 38 plate.
2014-08-28 00:29
Bucyrus unknown
Norsk Films revy (1941-1942)
dsl a écrit Was there an earlier plain Bucyrus range using the xxB series before becoming Ruston-Bucyrus?? See this lonely Bucyrus with just Bucyrus logo on arm??


mike962 a écrit that thing is an american Bucyrus only not UK origin and looks steam powered so very old!! because Ruston Rucyrus was founded in 1930 and that is surely a pre 1930 by design. here short history of Ruston-Bucyrus http://tractors.wikia.com/wiki/Ruston-Bucyrus

BTW I would remove "unknown" model, with this pre WW2 things you should very lucky to get even the producer .. nevermind the model


It needs to keep "unknown" model as it is probably identifiable with the right information (which may not exist today, but in the future might emerge) so should stay live and in the pool of unidentifieds where it can attract attention. A make-only ID creates invisibility and basically kills it.
2014-08-27 23:51
Ruston-Bucyrus 32B
Builders (1942)
Agree - avoid confusion with Bucyrus-Erie. But was there an earlier plain Bucyrus range using the xxB series before becoming Ruston-Bucyrus?? See this lonely /vehicle_537003-Bucyrus.html with just Bucyrus logo on arm?? 2014-08-27 22:22
1972 Toyota 1000 [P30]
Mark colpisce ancora (1976)
I just copied the date without checking ..... can't see external difference, but this one has headrests, unlike the 72 link. 2014-08-27 22:10
1968 Alfa Romeo 1750 Berlina 1a serie [105.48]
Mark colpisce ancora (1976)
1750 berlina. Dark red thumb is 2000 Berlina 2014-08-27 21:54
Ruston-Bucyrus 32B
Builders (1942)
So is there a difference between xxRB (presumably Ruston-Bucyrus) and just xxB (Bucyrus on its own??) - reference this pair of 32B and a single 52B currently as Ruston-Bucyrus???? 2014-08-27 21:50
1972 Toyota 1000 [P30]
Mark colpisce ancora (1976)
No - baby Toyota 1000. 2014-08-27 21:19
1968 BMW 2002
Mark colpisce ancora (1976)
I would not bet anything on it, but this colour is so often early 2002 rather than 1600-2. 2014-08-27 21:10
Ruston-Bucyrus 32B
Builders (1942)
Yes - I'd thought a builders number, but our other 32B has same big script as well - /vehicle_724646-Ruston-Bucyrus-32B.html 2014-08-27 20:45
1969 Ford Capri GT MkI
Mark colpisce ancora (1976)
GT dashboard - more dials on right. 2014-08-27 20:23
1920 AEC K-Type K604
The Fugitive Futurist (1924)
XC plates = 1920+ 2014-08-27 20:06
1912 LGOC B-Type
World War I in Colour (2003)
LF = 1912-13 2014-08-27 20:00
1910 LGOC B-Type B340
Blue Murder at St. Trinian's (1957)
LA plate was 1910-11. Uncertainty above ^ noted whether this is real or mock-up, but might as well use the date. 2014-08-27 19:58
1912 LGOC B-Type
Wheels: The Joy of Motoring
If LF plate = 1912-13 2014-08-27 19:56
1911 LGOC B-Type
The Smallest Car in the Largest City in the World (1913)
LE plate = July 1911 to May 1912 2014-08-27 19:54
1980 Volkswagen Rabbit Convertible I [Typ 17]
The Dead Undead (2010)
Any holes on it?? 2014-08-27 19:52
1912 LGOC B-Type
Words and Actions (1943)
LF started May 1912 - 8001-9999 allocated to "Heavy Motor Cars" = all commercials, so LF 9938 not necessarily issued as one of the last LF numbers. However the next London series - LK - started in August 1913. 2014-08-27 19:50
1966 Daimler Limousine [DR450]
The Italian Job (1969)
Does seem to be 2 different cars. HMP 1 (main) does not have roof plaque, but does have driver door mirror. NAN 404D has no door mirror, but does have roof plaque - both here and in the Villain appearance at /vehicle_127515-Daimler-DR450-1966.html mentioned above. 2014-08-27 18:58
1937 Fordson 7V Civil Defence Service Mobile Canteen
Listen to Britain (1942)
:king: Nice research. Social history unrolling in front of us. 2014-08-27 18:50
Words and Actions (1943) [Image: title1.12.jpg] [Image: title2.33.jpg]

Odd little film about how families can get help (grants, legal aid, community firewatch), but overlain by a pretentious sermon about how democracy developed as the power of the people.
2014-08-27 18:44
1912 LGOC B-Type
Words and Actions (1943)
[Image: 12-04oldbusesa.jpg]
Archive footage described as votes-for-women march/protest.

johnfromstaffs a écrit The buses appear to be LGOC B-types. http://blog.ltmuseum.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Battle-Bus.jpg


Given a page as we don't seem to have this footage elsewhere.
2014-08-27 18:43
1971 Holden Belmont Panel Van [HQ]
Power Rangers Jungle Fury (2008-2009)
NZ assembly or import?? 2014-08-27 17:15
1988 Toyota Corolla Wagon [E90]
Power Rangers Jungle Fury (2008-2009)
So NZ assembly as well? Or Aus?? 2014-08-27 17:07
1939 Vickers-Armstrong Infantry Tank Mk.III Valentine
Words and Actions (1943)
Another Valentine in same footage as thumb
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mike962 a écrit it'a VALENTINE - notice the "cup holder" beneath the gun... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valentine_tank
2014-08-27 17:04
1988 Toyota Corolla Wagon [E90]
Power Rangers Jungle Fury (2008-2009)
Depends if this is NZ or J location - both listed on imdb. JDM often uses Van title for estates, but NZ would be Wagon. 2014-08-27 16:58
1939 Vickers-Armstrong Infantry Tank Mk.III Valentine
Words and Actions (1943)
mike962 a écrit Dam this poor quality pics [:kiki]

Agreed - this time anyway. Still your expert eye got it fairly quickly.
2014-08-27 16:35
1939 Vickers-Armstrong Infantry Tank Mk.III Valentine
Words and Actions (1943)
mike962 a écrit let me guess before even seeing pic - another Cruiser Mk. 4...

Sadly, no. And I'm nearing the end of the wartime documentaries - I think the rest will be post-war.
2014-08-27 16:28
1939 Vickers-Armstrong Infantry Tank Mk.III Valentine
Words and Actions (1943)
30 seconds later, another capture. Possibly same tank with same bagpiper.
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Something victorious in hot place - eg recapture of Tobruk (Nov 42) ??
2014-08-27 16:14
1908 Unic 12/14 hp Taxi
Words and Actions (1943)
[Image: 12-04oldbusesc.jpg] [Image: 12-04oldbusesb.jpg]

Archive footage described as votes-for-women march/protest - might already be on the database??
2014-08-27 16:09
unknown
Words and Actions (1943)
[Image: 09-05truck.jpg] 2014-08-27 16:05
1971 Holden Belmont Panel Van [HQ]
Power Rangers Jungle Fury (2008-2009)
Sadly, no. It's mid 70s Aus design Panel Van - Falcon or Holden. Holden might be better match eg /vehicle_664242-Holden-Panel-Van-HJ-1974.html

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2014-08-27 12:17
1958 AEC Reliance Burlingham
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (1962)
TWL = spring 64 - too late for film - but TML = end 58 into 59. 2014-08-27 04:22
1983 Porsche 944
Mrs. Ashboro's Cat (2004)
82-84 only for wheels. Not sure, but looks as if US/CDN 944s started in 83. 2014-08-27 03:45
Ruston-Bucyrus 32B
Builders (1942)
Have realised this is a different - smaller? - machine from the big Ruston-Bucyrus. 2014-08-27 01:40

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