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Smiths S65 Milk Float

Smiths S65 in Quackser Fortune Has a Cousin in the Bronx, Movie, 1970 IMDB

Class: Others, Ground conveyor — Model origin: UK — Made for: IRL

Smiths S65 Milk Float

[*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle


johnfromstaffs EN

2019-06-28 19:39

Never before seen one exactly like this, but no Morrison scroll, so Smiths NCB?

mike962 DE

2019-06-29 17:59

what about number plate ?

mike962 DE

2019-06-30 11:53

johnfromstaffs wrote Never before seen one exactly like this, but no Morrison scroll, so Smiths NCB?

looks like Smith

[Image: untitled.4519.jpg]

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-06-30 12:19

mike962 wrote what about number plate ?

Either I need a supercharged I-pad or supercharged eyes, but it is just a blur afaic.

mike962 DE

2019-06-30 12:19

KCD 364 ?

-- Last edit: 2019-06-30 12:20:11

mike962 DE

2019-06-30 12:25

johnfromstaffs wrote

Either I need a supercharged I-pad or supercharged eyes, but it is just a blur afaic.

scene at 40.53


johnfromstaffs EN

2019-06-30 12:42

Still no help, but according to the National Transport Museum of Ireland, Premier Dairies used Smiths tackle. My milk knowledge stops at drinking the stuff, but the museum has a Smiths vehicle of this vintage, and a later Cabac, both of Premier ownership.

dsl SX

2019-06-30 12:55

5 or maybe 6 of these come out of the dairy yard in a continuous line - I think they're all the same make but maybe different sizes and rear view canopies have different shapes. Some front plates seen but too blurry to read, although look like ABC 123 format. 2 glimpses of rear plates - one starts BZ but cut off by picture edge so unknown if BZ 1234 (County Down, April 1930 to Oct 46) or BZx 123 (some Dublin series 1959-64). Another one has a rear plate which might be MZE 783 (Dublin, Jan-Feb 64).

So I think they're an early 60s Dublin fleet, but can't get more from the plates.

s13a LT

2019-06-30 13:55

Is this plate readable?
[Image: milk-float.jpg]

dsl SX

2019-06-30 14:04

screw13article wrote Is this plate readable?

Possibly CZL 216 = Dublin, July-Aug 1967. Nothing on check sites now.

Sunbar UK

2019-07-01 12:01

CZL 216 - Premier Smiths Battery Milk Float K38 - 1967 - similar enough in appearance to confirm it I think?

The fact that the large battery boxes are not seen along the sides, within the wheelbase, looks distinctive compared to most electric milk floats.

From the National Transport Museum of Ireland stocklist...

edit: looking at the YouTube clip there are at least three different types seen (as mentioned before) but by chance the one pictured is very like the museum exhibit CZL 216.

-- Last edit: 2019-07-01 12:19:19

Jale PL

2020-10-28 15:19

Here described as S65. Plates 955 ADH.


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