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1971 Simca 1204 Special [928]

1971 Simca 1204 Special [928] in Monty Python's Flying Circus, TV Series, 1969-1974 IMDB Ep. 43

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: FR — Made for: GB

1971 Simca 1204 Special [928]

[*] Background vehicle

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Lateef NO

2012-12-26 20:40

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dsl SX

2012-12-26 23:18

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Special (1204?) or Ti.

sixcyl FR

2012-12-27 09:26

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1970+ Special up to me.

Weasel1984 PL

2013-02-04 13:56

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It is not TI. If 1970 Special (pity we do not see are there headrests) then, by the filming location, it indeed is a "British" 1204 to me.

dsl SX

2013-02-04 13:58

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Hooray - got one.

Weasel1984 PL

2013-02-04 14:03

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Damn, I'm afraid we don't :/ Just noted it has the new badge, used for 1971, no? False alarm - sorry.

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dsl SX

2013-02-04 14:18

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Badge does not exclude 1204 - the rectangular design was introduced Sept 70 at the same time as first 1204 arrived in UK; Aug 71 replaced by 1100 Special. So this could be 1204, but realistically 1100 more likely for longer availability up to filming date. I've also got a text reference for Sept 73 removal of rear side window moulding - not sure what that would look like, but this one looks very plain.

Weasel1984 PL

2013-02-04 14:28

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It's interesting, because 1100 Special with stronger engine was in fact introduced in september 1970, but perhaps not only in UK it went on market few months later, hence still the "1204" were available.
In such case I think we can call it 1204 - it will be correct as the oldest possibility.

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