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1962 Renault Floride S

1962 Renault Floride S in Los hombres las prefieren viudas, Movie, 1969 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: FR

1962 Renault Floride S

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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vilero ES

2011-11-23 12:38

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sixcyl FR

2011-11-24 20:44

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Not a Caravelle, but a Floride S 1962-63

vilero ES

2011-11-24 20:52

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sixcyl, the script on the side says Caravelle :??:

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DynaMike NL

2011-11-24 21:03

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I think it reads 'Renault'...

sixcyl FR

2011-11-24 21:16

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It's written "Renault" in a kind of italique style ;)
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The Caravelle appear in 1962 on new-designed head coupé, and a cabriolet called Floride S ... both do not have anymore air-intakes on the sides. In the meanwhile the previous Floride remains for a year.
In 1963 the range is simplified with only the coupé as Caravelle and the cabriolet as Floride S.
In 1964 the range change again with new engine 1100cc from the Estafette, and Floride name is dropped on the cabriolet. Both are named Caravelle 1100 Coupé or Cabriolet. This YM is easy to recognize by C A R A V E L L E on the front replacing the preceding logo (of a caravelle boat)
In 1966 they become 1100 S with an improvment of power engine.
In 1968 , last YM, they are renamed as Caravelle with no 1100.

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sixcyl FR

2011-11-24 21:31

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By the way, remind that all US market Florides were named Caravelle.
I admit it's quite confusing indeed :D

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