OK, so XM691 might or might not have played a part in an film we don't know the name of.
By comparision, the relevance of this post to Bluebird is only marginally less tenuous. Below is a picture of a frame from the Bond film "Moonraker". The evil villain (whose name escapes me) has his hand on the speed controller for the centrifuge, ready to wind up the speed to 20g which is enough to leave any mere mortal waiting for someone to scrape their remains off the inside of the cockpit.
Compare this with the images of the Orpheus fuel pump parts in the May diary... The only thing I can guarantee for sure is that the part in the film didn't come from DMC's Bluebird, as this was under a few feet of water when the film was made, but it has always amused me to imagine some poor soul tearing apart an engine recovered from a scrap heap to find interesting parts for the film set.
The other thing to remember is that there is always some sad individual out there with their eyes open who will spot a detail in the strangest of places.
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