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1963 Daimler 2½ Litre V8

1963 Daimler Litre V8 in The Great Train Robbery, Mini-Series, 2013 IMDB Ep. 1.01

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1963 Daimler 2½ Litre V8

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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twingoman EN

2013-12-21 20:14

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dsl SX

2013-12-21 20:32

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Another fake plate - unissued combination from Sutherland. ANS 821B did exist late 1964, but not traceable now.

twingoman EN

2013-12-21 20:34

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There was a "goof" on IMDB about this, saying this "A" plate wouldn't have been issued when the robbery actually took place.

dsl SX

2013-12-21 20:43

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A suffix plates were issued from 1 Jan 63, so the format is OK; however very few local licensing authorities started suffix series in 63 - most waited until 64 [B] or even 65 [C], and just carried on with the old 123 ABC format for a year or 2.

jpts AU

2015-10-28 08:05

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This scene was the reenactment of the BOAC Comet House Robbery that was committed at the BOAC Comet House at Heathrow Airport on the morning of the 27th November 1962.

This robbery was committed by the men who were disguised as "City Gents" in suits and bowler hats and were later part of the Great Train Robbery crew.

While there were two getaway cars used in the actual robbery, both cars were Jaguars.

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