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1972 Ford Transit Diesel MkI

1972 Ford Transit MkI in Doctor Who, TV Series, 1963-1989 IMDB Ep. 10.24

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: DE

1972 Ford Transit Diesel MkI

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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G-MANN UK

2012-05-21 00:47

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[Image: greendeathfordtransitmilk1_1.jpg] [Image: greendeathfordtransitmilk4_1.jpg] [Image: greendeathfordtransitmilk5_1.jpg] [Image: greendeathfordtransitmilk6_1.jpg] [Image: greendeathfordtransitmilk7_1.jpg] [Image: greendeathfordtransitmilk8_1.jpg]

In episode 4 of "The Green Death", the Doctor (Jon Pertwee) disguises himself as an old Welsh milkman to get into the Global Chemicals headquarters (and once inside he changes his disguise and dresses up as a cleaning lady). When he has to espace from the place in episode 5 he charges the milkfloat backwards through the main gate. This vehicle also appears a couple of times in episodes 1 and 3 of this story, (it's used by the local milkman) VNF639L doesn't appear on the DVLA or HPI Check sites.

-- Last edit: 2012-05-21 02:06:08

Sandie SX

2012-05-21 00:49

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Interesting and unusual body. MK1. Diesel/V6 nose. I imagine this will be the diesel.

dsl SX

2012-05-21 00:53

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Sept-Oct 72 plate. Probably a diesel - a V6 milk wagon would be a bit of a hotrod. Would a milk float ever carry both churns and bottles - unusual to have both ends of the production cycle carried by the same vehicle??

-- Last edit: 2012-05-21 00:58:04

G-MANN UK

2012-05-21 01:55

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Class? Chassis cab?

ingo DE

2012-08-31 18:02

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:no: Not orign Germany! There's not much more pure British than these milk floats!

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