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No I hadn't 🙂

I wonder if it is a conversion especially requested by the driver, or the production company., or just happenstance?
Perhaps either the clutch was felt to be too heavy for the repeated stop / start use, or might lead to too much jerky movement for the filming, or probable interuptions to speech delivery.


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no wont be anything to do which speech delivery, when filming the driver /  passenger in conversation mode, vehicles are on a 'very low' loader vehicle, so the view out of the side windows isn't 3 ft higher than normal, so not really driving.  Its a pukker 90,  I checked a couple of years ago, mot/ tax etc owner must hire it out.


Just found this on the Adrian Flux  web blog 

Brenda Blethyn stars as Detective Chief Inspector Vera Stanhope in this slow-burning TV crime drama set in rugged Northumberland. What else would she choose but a battered old Landie, an off-roader built for purpose? The model she drives is automatic because she doesn’t have a manual licence, but she pretends to change gear for filming. She also does her own stunts because the show’s stunt driver is a man with a ginger beard.

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