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Post by broadsword » Sun Jan 25, 2015 1:51 pm

Bit confusing that one James in `You only live twice`. The main tractor was I think a Leyland 154???? (approx. 2 minutes in) the DB is not as clear but can be seen approx. 1 min 38 secs in.


Mind you and pay attention please - there was a more famous David Brown to appear in a Bond film, with modifications



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Post by JamesF » Sun Jan 25, 2015 3:54 pm

There's is another tractor in the volcano that looks very muck like a 154 in Nuffield colours but there is also a white David brown in there too.

You don't see it for very long though

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Post by tomwill » Sun Jan 25, 2015 9:37 pm

Powerrabbit wrote:Not familiar with Rockets Galore Tom, I have Whiskey Galore in my film collection, that film is very rare and hard to find and the sequel Rockets Galore (1957) is even rarer, there's a challenge.
Back again Powerrabbit the DVD on Rockets Galore is available you can look it up on the Net.cheers Tom DBTCA


Post by Guest » Sun Jan 25, 2015 10:54 pm

The only source I've found is Amazon Tom, it's offered there for £144.90. I'll pass on that one for now!

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Post by tomwill » Wed Jan 28, 2015 5:05 am

Powerrabbit wrote:The only source I've found is Amazon Tom, it's offered there for £144.90. I'll pass on that one for now!
Yes I saw that also however I think they are available in the UK for much less than that.As a matter of interest the scene showing the DB 50 TD Mark 2 can be seen at around 40 minutes into the movie,being unloaded off a ship my good friend the late Bob Marsh said he helped get the Tracklayer ready for transport. Cheers TomWill DBTCA

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