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1934 Austin 12/4 Van based on Low-loader Taxi Chassis

1934 Austin 12/4 in All Creatures Great and Small, TV Series, 2020-2024 IMDB Ep. 1.01+

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: UK

1934 Austin 12/4 Van based on Low-loader Taxi Chassis

Position 00:00:05 [*] Background vehicle

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dsl SX

2020-09-03 23:23

[Image: 00-05greenvan.jpg] [Image: 00-05greenvanb.jpg]

[Image: 00-05greenvanc.jpg] [Image: 00-05greenvand.jpg]

"Glasgow 1937" :lol: - more like CGItown 2020.

johnfromstaffs EN

2020-09-04 11:48

Best guess - TT.

-- Last edit: 2020-09-04 11:49:02

Sunbar UK

2021-01-14 11:55

Austin van supplied by https://specialistaxicabs.co.uk/vintage-vehicle-hire/

[Image: vintage-vehicles-for-hire-uk-2-1024x576.jpg]

Sunbar UK

2021-01-14 12:07

By it's appearance and the petrol filler cap location, possibly an Austin 12/4 Low Loader chassis with modern replica van body.

Sunbar UK

2021-01-14 12:42

Confirmed as an Austin 12/4 taxi previously registered by Mann & Overton as 'BGY 380' in October 1934.

Sunbar UK

2021-01-14 14:28

Past appearances for 'BGY 380'

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dsl SX

2021-09-20 13:56

Merged from start of ep2.01, 1[*], set in "Glasgow 1938"

dsl wrote Never properly shown
[Image: 02-03van.jpg] [Image: 02-03vanb.jpg]

[Image: 02-03vanc.jpg] [Image: 02-03vand.jpg]

Might be ABC 123 format plate with a 3 in it as xxx 3xx. This set photo found online shows it starts with B. Another on-set part glimpse.


johnfromstaffs wrote http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_186597-Morris-Commercial-15-cwt-1940.html
Oval back door windows, but I am not entirely satisfied that the conclusion drawn is correct.


Sunbar wrote Morris-Commercial is a fair bet. However, 1940 Morris-Commercial 15 cwt is strange, except possibly for PO contracts where they are conservative with capacity, so likely to be 1-ton. Morris-Commercial after about 1933 were 1-ton or above I believe, so Morris Motors for anything less. Morris-Commercial 1-ton T2 or T3 possibly - needs thinking about more.


Sunbar wrote Already shown...
1934 Austin 12/4 Van based on Low-loader Taxi Chassis
Reg: 'BGY 380' with extra sign-writing.

Jale PL

2021-11-02 10:30

Seen also in "The Banishing" --> /vehicle.php?id=1574084

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