The Vintagent Classics: Quick Firm


Run Time: 12:20
Producer: New Decade, John Wolstenholme
A Movie By: Stanley C. Marks
Editor: Invoice Inexperienced
Key Forged: Chris Sandford (narrator), Barry Sheene, John Reed aka Uncle Bunt


Quick Firm is a brief movie launched as a B film in British cinemas in 1977 (to not be confused with the 1979 David Cronenberg race automobile movie of the identical identify), and is taken from an unique 1977 copy of the whole film on Tremendous 8mm cine movie. The movie covers all facets of the altering motorbike scene in Britain at the moment. This uncommon movie finds itself on The Vintagent because of John Reed (aka Uncle Bunt) who seems within the movie.


Beginning with the biker gang’s journey out to the ocean entrance, it then goes on to the motorbike present with the man of a thousand badges and customs and classics gleaming within the solar! It then options stunt driving from the White Helmets. The Mercury Despatch motorbike couriers in London are proven laborious at work and the businessman’s each day commute into the capital on his moped. There may be street race motion with Barry Sheene and firm from Mallory Park and the Customized/Chopper scene with some Hell’s Angels visiting Uncle Bunts on a trike and the blokes at Bunts engaged on numerous customs and choppers. Extra racing motion afterward within the movie with scrambling and sidecar motocross & sidecar street racing after which it finishes off with the biker gang again on the street once more and the titles.

*Some lack of sound happens across the Uncle Bunt part and another locations as a consequence of put on on the unique tremendous 8 reel this was taken from. If you’ll find us a greater copy… We wish to see it!


Watch the FULL FILM on Cine Meccanica youtube