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1967 SAAB Monte Carlo 850 [96]

1967 SAAB Monte Carlo 850 [96] in Madigan, Movie, 1968 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: SE — Made for: USA

1967 SAAB Monte Carlo 850 [96]

[*] Background vehicle

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Ddey65 US

2009-07-14 19:58

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95?

cl82 DE

2009-07-14 20:22

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Theoretically yes, but I think just the wagon was called so. This one is the sedan version, basically the same but it was called Saab 96, built from 1960 on. As it seems to be a rather early one, it could be equipped with a 3-cylinder 2-stroke engine since this was the sole engine until 1966.

DynaMike NL

2009-07-14 20:41

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Yes, 95 is the wagon, this is some 96 version, but probably called Sedan in USA. This front was used in 1965-1968. The double chrome strip on the power part of the body will make this a Sport version, probably called Monte Carlo in USA. It can be a 2-stroke (1965+) or V4 (1967). In 1968 the V4 Monte-Carlo name was changed in De Luxe

rjluna2 US

2009-07-14 20:48

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You are correct DynaMike. Indeed it is SAAB Sport Sedan [96]. Mirror on the dashboard, small windshield do indicates 1965/68 version (two cycle engine).

vilero ES

2009-07-14 21:00

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Only according http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saab_Sport other difference is "From the outside it could be differentiated from a standard 96 by the twin chrome stripes along the lower part of the sides.". As we can see in the main pic. BTW, previuos link only says SAAB Sport as model name and From 1963 on the model for the USA market was named Granturismo 850. From model year 1966 all market variants were named Monte Carlo 850.

-- Last edit: 2009-07-14 21:02:17

DAF555 SE

2009-07-15 23:44

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This is a 1967 model by the colour and the small windshield, most likely a Monte Carlo 850. From what I can find the Monte Carlo V4 wasn┤t sold on US-market that year.

ShantJ US

2011-06-11 05:33

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The U.S. models were called GT850, no?

small bump. Anyone know?

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ShantJ US

2011-06-29 21:16

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ShantJ wrote The U.S. models were called GT850, no?

small bump. Anyone know?

Does anyone know?

ingo DE

2011-06-29 21:40

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What's the car in the far background, in front of the red/white Van? It looks smaller and European.

ShantJ US

2011-07-01 23:13

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ingo wrote What's the car in the far background, in front of the red/white Van? It looks smaller and European.

I believe that it's an International Harvester Metro Van.

Link to "2.bp.blogspot.com"

-- Last edit: 2011-07-01 23:35:01 (Neon)

ingo DE

2011-07-01 23:28

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@ShantJ: thanks for the pic (btw.: it's a bit too big), but I mean not this van, but the car in front of it ;)

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