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1970 Meteor Montcalm convertible

1970 Meteor Montcalm in Mousey, Movie made for TV, 1974 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: CA — Made for: CDN

1970 Meteor Montcalm convertible

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no-a RU

2018-03-08 14:48

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no-a RU

2018-03-08 21:25

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I'm wondering how to list it correctly - as Mercury Meteor Montcalm or just Meteor Montcalm? :think:
According to Wikipedia: "These cars were all basically retrimmed Mercurys. Although Meteor was still considered as a separate marque through 1976, after 1968, the cars also carried Mercury badging and were advertised as the "Mercury Meteor". After 1976, the Rideau 500 and Montcalm names, as well as the unique trim items, were dropped".
This one is 1970, it's mentioned as Mercury in official brochure and got its badge.

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http://storm.oldcarmanualproject.com/mercurymeteor1970.htm

the sad biker UK

2018-03-08 22:07

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no-a wrote
http://storm.oldcarmanualproject.com/mercurymeteor1970.htm



The interior of that LeMoyne is hideous.

Here's a daft question, were N. American cars badged differently for English and French speaking regions of Canada?

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