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Look at Life: City of Sailors, Documentary, 1965 IMDB

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2021-05-27 09:00

Might not now meet new criteria but-
a. These were made for cinema release as 'fillers'.
b. Now historic
c. We have plenty on before !
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2021-05-28 07:22

Toy factory, must be the Scalex / Scalextric factory at Havant .
Toys I desired as 60s kid.
My mate had the Fire Boat which we treated with great reverence (kept in original box ) as these things cost a fortune compared to wages in those days.

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993cc VA

2021-05-31 11:11

Obscure vehicles..
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Gongora wrote I hope I don't offend any Briton, but at first glance it looked like a Peugeot 203 :whistle:

dsl wrote I thought about P203 as well, and it might explain why the front wing looks lower than I'd expect for a DB2/4. A P203 in UK would be a very rare thing, maybe even rarer than an Aston. But if we're in a channel ferry port, it's believable as a visitor.

Sunbar wrote The Peugeot 203 looks the better bet to me, as said a lower wing line than the DB2/4.

993cc wrote [Image: peugeot_203.jpg]
DB2 'hatch' version hasn't got that low of a waist line or separate pre-war-style fenders ...probably a 203 or something else :think:

-- Last edit: 2021-05-31 11:13:40

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