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1977 Dodge 1100 Light Van High Top [928]

1977 Dodge 1100 Light Van [928] in The Sweeney, TV Series, 1975-1978 IMDB Ep. 4.09

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: FR — Made for: GB

1977 Dodge 1100 Light Van High Top [928]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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stronghold EN

2007-05-16 11:06

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banger134 EN

2007-05-16 11:11

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scimca vf2

banger134 EN

2007-05-16 11:11

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simca

Raul1983 FI

2007-05-16 15:50

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but it could be a Dodge aswell

banger134 EN

2007-05-16 15:58

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could be a dodge flavour but i don't remember the model name

banger134 EN

2007-05-16 16:01

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dodge badge on the rear

dudley UK

2007-05-16 16:45

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Was Simca VF2 until '76, then Dodge VF2.

antp BE

2007-05-16 17:29

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Not 1100? cf /vehicle_68485-Dodge-1100-Light-Van-1976.html
And two other listed as Simca 1100 Van: /vehicles_make-Simca_model-1100+Van.html

-- Last edit: 2007-05-16 17:30:32

dudley UK

2007-05-16 17:44

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antp wrote Not 1100? cf /vehicle_68485-Dodge-1100-Light-Van-1976.html
And two other listed as Simca 1100 Van: /vehicles_make-Simca_model-1100+Van.html


From Simca 1100 page on Wikipedia:

"Two LCV versions with van and pick-up truck bodystyles was called Simca VF2, and was sold from 1973 to 1985, three years after the 1100 had been removed from the market. These models assumed the Dodge nameplate after 1976 in line with Chrysler Europe policy. In 1974, the sporty «TI» appeared with the 1294 engine (82 bhp), at the time when the car also saw a cosmetic redesign."

antp BE

2007-05-16 17:58

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But does that apply to UK? (I know that in France it was VF2)

dudley UK

2007-05-16 20:02

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antp wrote But does that apply to UK? (I know that in France it was VF2)


Can't find any concrete evidence, but confusingly, even though this vehicle has a Dodge badge on the back, there's mention of a 1978 Simca VF3 high-roof van on this (very thorough) site: http://www.rootes-chrysler.co.uk/car-development/dev1100.html

datsunZ IT

2007-05-26 19:05

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Just for complexity of foreign market names,for example in Italy was known as Simca(later Talbot)1100 Canguro(=kangaroo)

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