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Life in Australia: Sydney, Documentary, 1966

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sixcyl FR

2020-06-21 11:59

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Production from the Australian Commonwealth Film Unit.
Not yet on IMDb.

Background vehicles.

Austin/Morris 'PininFarina' in the 2nd row.
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Ford Falcon Station Wagon hidden by the Holden.
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Hillman Imp in the far background.
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Singer Gazelle in the 3rd row.
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A little bit of an Holden 48-215 on the left.
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Holden Panel Van [FC] on the right.
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Holden Special Station Sedan [FC] on the left background.
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Holden Panel Van [EJ] in the 3rd row.
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Dark blue lorry on the right.
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Green/Cream lorry on the right.
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Austin Seven(Mini) Countryman/Morris Mini Traveller in steel outfit behind the bus and the Holden.
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Holden Utility on the left, impossible to tell the chassis code.
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Olive green pick-up on the right.
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Green sedan on the right. And what about the white behind ? Renault Dauphine?.. Something not Matching.
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Black/White roof US sedan in the background right. A Ford I guess.
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US sedan to the left in the background.
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Grey UK saloon car behind the Holden Special Station Sedan.
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Grey car behind the VW, Ford Prefect?
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Beige car to the right.
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Station Wagon on the left.
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Station Wagon on the left, in background.
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Holden Standard Sedan in red/white Taxi outfit to the right.
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Commer FC van.
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Volkswagen 1500 Typ3
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Volkswagen Typ2/T1
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Boats & Ships
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Trains
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Landscapes
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Electronics
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Monopoly with Sydney streets I guess?
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johnfromstaffs EN

2020-06-21 13:25

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Grey U.K. saloon is Austin A40 Devon.

The “Prefect” looks more like a Mk1 Zephyr to me.

Green/cream Lorry is Austin or Morris WE.

“Pininfarina” is a big’un. Princess 3 litre.

Some Rootes-scrap for dsl in 3rd row of that image.

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dsl SX

2020-06-21 22:59

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sixcyl wrote Austin Seven(Mini) Countryman/Morris Mini Traveller in steel outfit behind the bus and the Holden.

Interesting. Aus never had Austin-badged Minis. They also never made a normal Mk1 estate, but did make Morris vans (with the usual shiny saloon grille, not the UK painted pressing) which 1964-65 were called 850 Van, then 65+ Mini Van. And because there were no proper estates, there were loads of folk offering window conversions. So the result looks and tastes like a UK Morris Mini Traveller, but was always a van in a party dress and lipstick.

dsl SX

2020-06-21 23:02

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johnfromstaffs wrote “Pininfarina” is a big’un. Princess 3 litre.

Good find for Aus. No local build, so one of the few BMC things they still imported.

dsl SX

2020-06-21 23:09

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sixcyl wrote Singer Gazelle in the 3rd row.

Aus did not like having a Singer range, so rebadged their Singer versions as Hillmans (or in the case of Vogues as Humbers). The Gazelle became the Hillman Minx Series IIIc Australian De Luxe [ADL].

CougarTim US

2020-06-21 23:44

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"Dark blue lorry on the right." - American 1954-1956 Dodge/Fargo

"Black/White roof US sedan in the background right. A Ford I guess." - 1959 in the US, continued in Australia as 1959-1962 Ford Fairlane 500

"US sedan to the left in the background." - 1953 Ford Customline

CougarTim US

2020-06-22 00:19

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Northumberland - IMO 5257684, built 1955, scrapped 1978 - http://www.shipspotting.com/ships/ship.php?imo=5257684

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Metallurg Anosov - IMO 5233456, built 1962 in Kherson, Soviet Union (now Ukraine); a ship with an interesting career, her maiden voyage was to Cuba during the Cuban Missile Crisis. The ship visited Sydney in 1964, the only time she ever made port in Australia. Scrapped in 1986 in China, but featured on postage stamps issued in 2008 and 2013 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SS_Metallurg_Anosov

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Thurø Maersk - IMO 6411213, built 1964 in Denmark, scrapped 1983 in China - Link to "www.shipsnostalgia.com"

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Clan MacDonald - IMO 5075036, built 1939 in Greenock, Scotland; an elderly ship by 1966, scrapped in 1970 in China - http://www.shipspotting.com/ships/ship.php?imo=5075036

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