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Look at Life: Queue for the Tee, Documentary, 1963

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jcb UK

2018-04-26 14:46

Golfers cars
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Ingo DE

2018-04-26 19:52

The blue metallic Gran Tourisme on the 2nd thumbnail, is it a Bristol?

Ingo DE

2018-04-26 19:57

:think: nothing from Balmedie/Aberdeenshire, as is seems.

dsl SX

2018-04-26 20:15

ingo wrote The blue metallic Gran Tourisme on the 2nd thumbnail, is it a Bristol?

Aston Martin Mk.III or a late DB2/4.

Ingo DE

2018-04-26 20:20

dsl wrote Aston Martin Mk.III or a late DB2/4.

Why that and not a Hillman Imp? Are golfers that poor?

The black car left, right of the tent, is it a Jaguar XK?

dsl SX

2018-04-26 21:20

ingo wrote Why that and not a Hillman Imp? Are golfers that poor?

They could not buy an Imp until May 1963 launch, so probably had to make do with lesser stuff for the filming date.

ingo wrote The black car left, right of the tent, is it a Jaguar XK?

Yes - XK140.

johnfromstaffs EN

2018-04-26 21:29

It’s a pretty impoverished golf club. Not a Bentley in sight.

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the sad biker UK

2018-04-26 21:30

ingo wrote
Why that and not a Hillman Imp? Are golfers that poor?


You won't get many golf bats in the back of an Imp.

GodzillaFan54 CA

2018-04-27 00:14

How many of these are there?

jcb UK

2018-04-27 00:16

More golfers unloading their raquets , anything worth listing ?
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jcb UK

2018-04-27 00:18

GodzillaFan54 wrote How many of these are there?

Five hundred plus 500 +, so we have only scratched the surface.
I think they are great, such good quality period film , but suppose others may be bored with them :think:

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nzcarnerd NZ

2018-04-27 00:56

JCB wrote More golfers unloading their raquets , anything worth listing ?
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I guess you meant 'clubs' not 'racquets' - or maybe you were being sarky?

In the first thumb there is a Ford Mk1 convertible.

In the second thumb a near new (red) FB Victor.

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dsl SX

2018-04-27 01:00

JCB wrote ... others may be bored with them :think:

Keep them coming ....

jcb UK

2018-04-27 07:32

Yes nznerd afraid The Sad Biker and I are being a bit sarky about golf :)
:king: dsl

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johnfromstaffs EN

2018-04-27 08:45

JCB wrote Yes nznerd afraid The Sad Biker and I are being a bit sarky about golf :)
:king: dsl


The game was referred to by one of my ex-Soldier colleagues as “Infantry Polo”.

The age of the film is proved not only by the cars and the trousers, but the thin-ness of the golf bags. Where do you put your clubs if you drive a Beetle? Roof-rack?

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johnfromstaffs EN

2018-04-27 08:53

dsl wrote
Keep them coming ....


Hear hear! Since I have absolutely no interest in modern cars (ie post 1970) I would have to find something else upon which to waste my time, like gardening or decorating.

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GodzillaFan54 CA

2018-04-29 04:03

JCB wrote
Five hundred plus 500 +, so we have only scratched the surface.
I think they are great, such good quality period film , but suppose others may be bored with them :think:


Geez, the guy(s) who they bought the film stock from must've been able to retire early.

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