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1938 AEC Regal T-Class

1938 AEC Regal T-Class in Seven Days to Noon, Movie, 1950 IMDB

Class: Bus, Single-deck — Model origin: UK

1938 AEC Regal T-Class

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stronghold EN

2008-03-17 09:52

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the bus

chris40 UK

2008-03-17 15:20

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1938 AEC Regal 1, like this one:
http://www.lbpt.org/t504.html

-- Last edit: 2008-03-17 15:22:12

SteveA EN

2008-03-17 18:06

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Green Line T-class, as you say

aecsouthall EN

2008-04-12 19:09

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The coach is a Regal not a Regal I. This is a common error - even the Cobham Bus Museum page is wrong. :)

"Regal I" was the classification for the early postwar model 0662/20 produced from 1945 to 1947/8. Here's a quick Regal summary...

Prewar Regal model 662/O662 (7.7 litre) was just plain Regal. "Mk I" was implied (being the first) but never used.
Prewar Regal model O862/862 was the Regal Mk II ("6.6" litre).
Postwar Regal model O662 was the Regal Mk I (was going to be Mk II but Mk II had already been used for the prewar 6.6 litre Regal).
Postwar models 0962/9621 (9.6 litre) & 0682/6821 (7.7 litre) were the Regal Mk III.

These were followed by the Regal IV (underfloor engine), Regal V (front engine) and Regal VI (underfloor engine).

Same applies to the Regent... there was no Regent I.

Neil Fraser

-- Last edit: 2008-04-12 19:28:15

chris40 UK

2008-04-12 20:28

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[:prosterne]

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