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1952 Austin Princess 4-litre Limousine [DM4]

1952 Austin Princess 4-litre Limousine [DM4] in Children of the Damned, Movie, 1963 IMDB

Class: Cars, Limousine — Model origin: UK

1952 Austin Princess 4-litre Limousine [DM4]

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

Comments about this vehicle


stronghold EN

2007-05-01 04:31


vanden plas/princess?
[Image: childrendamned23pb1.7461.jpg]

nzcarnerd NZ

2007-05-01 13:01


Austin Princess Limousine?

bent8rover UK

2007-05-01 13:29


Two VDP Princesses

DynaMike NL

2007-05-01 13:48


The first one seems to have the Austin "flying A" on top of the grille (1957+ Austin A135 Princess Mk IV), the second one hasn't (1959+ Vandenplas Princess 4 litre).

Alexander DE

2007-05-01 16:51


For this type the name changed from Austin A135 Princess IV (1956-57) to Princess IV (1957-60) to Vanden Plas Princess 4-litre Limousine (1960-68).

The first vehicle has the 'Flying A' on the hood, therefore it is an Austin A135 Princess IV (1956-57).

The cut-away rear wheel spats and the narrow chrome-plated quaterlight pillar, which we see on the second vehicle, were introduced with the name change to Vanden Plas Princess 4-litre Limousine (1960-68).

dsl SX

2012-12-17 14:09


Alexander's dates and sequence is correct except A135 Princess IV was a different body from the 52+ 4-litre Limousine which became the VdP. The lead car is probably not an A135 MkIV (which had single pane windscreen) but an Austin Princess 4-litre Limousine.

For reference, this is an A135 MkIV from Link to "www.justauto.com.au" .
[Image: a135mk4.jpg]
Note also this interesting Princess-without-Austin example - /vehicle_112918-Princess-IV-DS7-1957.html . A lot of normally accurate websites do not realise what the A135 Princess MkIV actually was - eg http://www.simoncars.co.uk/austin/sheerline.html , http://www.austinmemories.com/page8/page35/page35.html .

-- Last edit: 2012-12-17 18:43:25

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