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1934 AEC Regent STL 446 LPTB body

1934 AEC Regent STL in Passport to Pimlico, Movie, 1949 IMDB

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

1934 AEC Regent STL 446 LPTB body

Position 0:21:20 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Sunbar UK

2008-10-22 16:10

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From Buses on Screen...
"One STL is STL446 (AYV604), a 1934 AEC Regent with LPTB body rebuilt in 1948, possibly after the film was shot."

Also 'STL 189' and 'STL 31' and others...

also identified from here http://www.busesonscreen.net/screen/screenfmp.htm

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chris40 UK

2008-10-22 20:16

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*Trivia warning* As a child just after the war I had a splendid tinplate model of this very bus - I remember the registration number! I think it was made by Chad Valley, and someone told me that before WW2 they were sold with sweets or biscuits inside.

Sunbar UK

2008-10-22 20:51

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STL446 :) Incredible

Chad Valley Carr's London Bus Biscuit Tin £300 to £500 don't suppose you still have it?


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chris40 UK

2008-10-23 15:47

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I should be so lucky ... :/

Sunbar UK

2008-10-23 16:16

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I only seem to collect the memorabilia (junk) that's not worth anything.

Memories are priceless anyway... :lol:

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