Welcome to the Commercial Vehicles page, detailing each vehicle in the collection along with a selection of photographs.

Whilst there it was one of several flame proof units supplied for gas pumping duty.

It is shown here with a William & James Air Start Motor.

-Kurt From the special features: Jaguar E-Type 1964 Earl's Court Motor Show unknown airlift truck Aston Martin factory unknown US military sedan 1959 Ford Custom 300 unknown pick-up Rolls-Royce camera vehicle /vehicle_686817-Rolls-Royce-1929unknown coup unknown sedan unknown sedan I have an old Johnny Lightning diorama from years ago, and it features the Aston Martin and a 1955 Chrysler C-300.

Every time I watch the film, I look for the C-300, and I've never seen one.

From that time onwards the diesels began to capture the volume markets and the last petrol engines were produced in the 1960s.

Other parts of the business that thrived in the early 1900s include the shearing equipment and woodware sections which added a different dimension to the company portfolio.

When explained that SHEW stands for Seaham Harbour Engine Works, the questioner is probably little clearer on the subject matter, a small car with unusually flamboyant seats, a care worn appearance and very prominent radiator.

However, this perhaps misses the point of a very important piece of local history, perhaps most significant as a ‘might have been’ rather than in its own sense of technological or social place in the collection.

Given that Aston Martin were extremely reluctant to release their DB5 for filming, it is possible to deduce that product placement of the type witnessed today wasn't rampant, and therefore Ford would not have released such a car. Switzerland: 1958 Opel Rekord Kentucky (filmed in the US and the UK): 1961 Rambler American Studebaker Hawk 1962 Plymouth Savoy 1963 Buick Special 1958 Ford Fairlane Skyliner Jaguar XK 1963 Dodge Custom 880, Volkswagen Sedan, 1963 Chevrolet Impala Sport Coupe, Chevrolet Corvair, 1962 Plymouth Fury Convertible, 1960 Buick White car: Military truck, parked behind the tanks: 1964 Chevrolet El Camino 1954 Ford Ranch Wagon 1960 Ford Falcon "Military Police" 1956 Mercury Custom Station Wagon Kentucky (filmed in the US and the UK): Light blue sedan, parked right of the tow-truck: 1961-1963 Rambler American Black and white coup, parked right of the light blue sedan: Studebaker Hawk of some kind White and black station wagon, parked right of the Lincoln: 1960-1963 Ford Falcon White sedan, parked right of the Lincoln: 1962 Plymouth full-size Beige sedan, parked behind the white sedan: Maybe mid-'60s Buick Special? ), drives on the left lane in front of Oddjob: 1958 Ford is correct Black and white convertible (? Most of those "Kentucky" shots were filmed in North Miami, or in England for the shots on Goldfinger's ranch.

I note, however, that Gilette products feature prominently in the film - in Goldfinger's aircraft, for example, when that company's shaving cream thwarts Mai Li's attempts at spying - but having said that shaving cream is a relatively small-ticket item... ), seen behind the Ford Thunderbird: Jaguar XK Light blue sedan: 1960-1963 Ford Falcon Many cars: Left to right: light blue 1963 Dodge Custom 880 (~90% sure), 2x Volkswagen [Typ 1], rjluna's '63 Impala, black Chevrolet Corvair, light blue 1962 Plymouth Fury (possibly Sport Fury) convertible, black unknown, blue 1960 Buick Black sedan: Looks like Renault Dauphine Blue pick-up: Chevrolet El Camino Light blue station wagon, "crashed" against the powerline: Early-'50s Ford, maybe 1954 Ranch Wagon? ) sedan, on the left: 1960-1963 Ford Falcon Blue car with vinyl roof and a white and red station wagon next to it: Blue car is a 1963 Ford full-size, the wagon is a 1956 Mercury Custom I know Pa. We don't have front plates in Florida, though the tags represented in the three shooting locations don't appear to be anything specific to begin with.

It was also recently discovered that one of the people who resigned also wrote to the DVLA informing them that the club was to be disbanded asking for the club to be removed from the V765 dating and registration scheme, this action was a vicious vindictive act from a person who cannot accept that he no longer has the right to dictate what happens within the club.