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    No title - New 3 wheeled commuter car. Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands.

    The commuter car, driven by its inventor Robert Collier, comes towards confined space. High angle shot showing the commuter car turning circle in its own length. M/S showing the commuter car parking beside another. C/U and M/S Robert. He walks to the rear of the car and removes hood. M/S as the driver of the car now lifts a section in the back of car to make room for rear passengers. M/S as the driver removes panel at front to show a single wheel and engine.

    M/S of car with two children in the back, two women get into the front of the car. M/S as the women start up and drive off towards the road. M/S as car comes onto the roadway. Camera pans as it travels down the road. M/S commuter car travelling towards and past camera. Travelling shot from inside the commuter car. C/U travelling shot showing the woman driving the car, and passengers in the back. M/S as the car comes towards the camera into C/U ready for parking. C/U interior of the car showing the woman driver as it comes to a halt. M/S as women push it manually into the kerb.

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    British Pathé
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    Available on request
    Film ID:
    Black & White
    Time in/Out:
    01:02:16:00 / 01:03:49:00
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    Sport & Leisure Lifestyle & Culture Travel & Exploration Science & Technology
    Car experiments Driving
  • Stills

    0:01 0:02 0:03 0:04

Comments (3)

  1. jamied says

    The vehicle seen here is called the "Colliday Chariot".

  2. bartonsark says

    That's my grandfather, and my aunt is the driver!

  3. tonymarg says

    remember Bob so well great friend and inspiration to us all . The car was genius sad the concept never went into production I worked with Bob on the chariot in his back garden .and when he got finance for prototype development worked with him in the Erdington factory Happy days .should Viki,jean,kathy of the collier clan or anyone else from the factory read this and remember me (tony with the sidecar)would love to hear from you .

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