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1976 Volvo 264 TE 2.7

1976 Volvo 264 TE in Das Leben der Anderen, Movie, 2006 IMDB

Class: Cars, Limousine — Model origin: SE — Built in: IT — Made for: DDR

1976 Volvo 264 TE 2.7

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

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DAF555 SE

2007-11-18 22:45

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atom SE

2007-11-18 22:47

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They are all made for DDR right?

DAF555 SE

2007-11-19 12:33

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No, they sold elsewhere too. But from what I can find quite a few were sold to DDR, if this car is one of them I don´t know.
They were stretched and assembled by Bertone and some equipment was mounted in the DDR before delivery.
This car runs with a four cylinder engine for the moment, quite a common destiny for old 260-series, and I guess there´s something wrong with the interior because all interior scenes of the car comes from a Mercedes S-Class (I think)

Ingo DE

2007-11-19 20:47

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As I've read somewhere else in this forum (writen by wickey, as I know), were these Bertone-Volvos only made for the GDR-government.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-11-19 21:02

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Quote Secretary Hempf's car is an old stretch version of a Volvo but all the interior scenes as well as some scenes showing the door frame are shot using a modern Mercedes Benz S-Class Pullmann.

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0405094/goofs

DAF555 SE

2007-11-20 02:47

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Ingo wrote As I've read somewhere else in this forum (writen by wickey, as I know), were these Bertone-Volvos only made for the GDR-government.


The question was if they were delivered to other governments than the GDR. I don´t know about that, more than that the swedish government had them. But the model was sold to private customers.

wickey SK

2007-11-21 14:04

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well the production numbers and destiny of all pieces is not precisely known, but majority of them were sold to DDR - www.volvobertone.com especially article "Volvo in service of socialism"

-- Last edit: 2007-11-21 14:07:28

DAR1A-4L FR

2008-09-30 00:09

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The interiors scenes which were supposed to be in this Volvo are not taken from a Volvo 264, but in a Mercedes or BMW...or any other luxury modern sedan.

ingo DE

2009-10-26 06:59

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I suggest to list it as "made for DDR", as the 244 DLS, too.

@wickey: :hello: a page only for the "Made for DDR"-Volvo's: http://www.volvo244dls.de.tl/ Do you know it?


:oops: it seems to be "jan244"'s homepage. :)

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