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unknown in Tri dnya v Moskve, Movie, 1974 IMDB

Class: Bus, Double-deck


Position 01:58:31 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle


moskvichok RU

2022-03-26 20:36

Made in UK?

Gamer DE

2022-03-26 21:00

https://pastvu.com/_p/d/b/3/e/b3e3f6ba98a627e6152288f6c62594cb.jpg ?

In Ostanskiy District, late 50s-early 60s.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2022-03-26 21:27

Definitely not the same bus.

Demiter IL

2022-03-27 08:59

AEC or Leyland ?

-- Last edit: 2022-03-27 09:05:43

johnfromstaffs EN

2022-03-27 10:38

Demiter wrote AEC or Leyland ?

Or Atkinson or BMMO or Bristol or Daimler or Guy. If you’re going to guess, cover the options. It may be possible, at least, to eliminate some of the prewar makers.


2022-03-27 22:23

Sundeckers are Leyland.

Lowlander SX

2022-03-28 19:29

Demiter wrote AEC or Leyland ?

I'd agree with that based on the shape of the bonnet - it looks like a 1950s-60s tin-fronted Leyland PD2 to me, or failing that an AEC Regent V. Almost anything earlier than early 1950s would have had an exposed radiator (except Fodens, which this isn't). Tin fronted Guy Arabs and Daimlers had a narrower bonnet and wider mudguards, and we can rule out Bristol and BMMO as the body is all wrong for them.

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