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1975 Renault Siete TL [R1283]

1975 Renault Siete [R1283] in Operación Ogro, Movie, 1980 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: ES

1975 Renault Siete TL [R1283]

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DIEHARD NL

2006-11-10 11:24

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Ackward car isn't it?

garco NL

2006-11-10 11:53

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Is it a 5 sedan?

http://www.gamas43.com/Noticias/___AltayaR7_2.jpg

-- Last edit: 2006-11-10 11:54:38

DIEHARD NL

2006-11-10 13:10

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Dat klopt, in echt ziet hij er nog vreemder uit. De verhouding kofferbak - rest van de auto klopt niet echt. Heb er in Spanje nog genoeg zien rijden. In Griekenland hebben ze trouwens zo'n versie met kofferbak van de Clio, ziet er ook een beetje vreemd uit...

garco NL

2006-11-10 13:24

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They have also a 307 sedan over there.
I like the Citroen-Dongfeng ZX-sedan! Do you know it?

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Raul1983 FI

2006-11-10 13:37

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Ah, Renault Siete ! I saw few of them in Crete.

The Chinese also have a Citroen C4 sedan called "Triomphe". The Dongfeng-Citroen ZX "Fukang" sedan looks so natural I often wonder why didn't Citroen built that car in the first place.

carchasesfanatic ES

2006-11-10 15:25

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its the renault 5 but with longer boot, my grandfather had one, i always loved it.

DIEHARD NL

2006-11-10 20:44

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garco wrote They have also a 307 sedan over there.
I like the Citroen-Dongfeng ZX-sedan! Do you know it?


I do, and also the C4 and 307, I think they came out rather ok....

Raul1983 wrote Ah, Renault Siete ! I saw few of them in Crete.

The Chinese also have a Citroen C4 sedan called "Triomphe". The Dongfeng-Citroen ZX "Fukang" sedan looks so natural I often wonder why didn't Citroen built that car in the first place.


They say there is no market for sedans of this kind in Europe. Although I hear now that the C4 Sedan is coming here anyway in 2007....

datsunZ IT

2006-11-11 00:40

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Former in 1974 was Renault Siete(=seven),a R5 with trunk(the same was assembled also by local Renault filial in Iran,SAIPA Firm),changed as R7 in early '80s(because at period of movie the name R7 wasn't used still,that's a Renault Siete,not R7)

PS Curiosly,around 1987 in Spain was launched the Emelba Siete(!),a one-box MPV vehicle that some years before was named Emelba Family Car(with Seat Ibiza front nose and based on Seat Ronda modified floorpan)...I imaginate when Renault had known that a concurrent Spanish brand had re-used the same name of their-built car!!!...

datsunZ IT

2006-11-13 00:36

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If 1974,however,Siete,not 7

antp BE

2006-11-13 12:23

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Siete is just 7 in Spanish.
It seems that they used both forms.

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datsunZ IT

2006-11-13 14:34

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antp wrote Siete is just 7 in Spanish.
It seems that they used both forms.


But early 1974 ones shown back a silver tag with "s-i-e-t-e" spelled in small corsive letters;later(around 1980)was adopted Renault 7(R7 abreviated,but that graphic variation don't appear on car name's trunk tag

carchasesfanatic ES

2006-11-13 14:45

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[Image: vlcsnap306023fm2.6304.jpg] another one ;) i cnt help about it they used siete or 7 sorry.

antp BE

2006-11-13 15:00

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datsunZ wrote
But early 1974 ones shown back a silver tag with "s-i-e-t-e" spelled in small corsive letters

What I was meaning is that even if on the car itself it was Siete, it is often refered as 7. There are lots of other cars where both letters & numbers are used, depending on the case (e.g. Chevrolet Two-Ten/210, etc.)

DIEHARD NL

2006-11-13 19:57

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If it stays Siete, do we have to rename the other one :??:
/vehicle_19979-Renault-7-1974.html

antp BE

2006-11-13 20:26

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I guess, yes

sixcyl FR

2006-11-13 21:34

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I've always seen these "R7" badged "Siete" and not "Renault 7"

antp BE

2006-11-13 23:13

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I found few commercial documents with "Renault 7", but as datsunZ said they were from later models.
Mainly the following site, with picture of car & catalog, difficult to get better proofs :D
http://www.renault-5.net/siete.htm

-- Last edit: 2006-11-13 23:15:46

sixcyl FR

2006-11-13 23:50

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good find this site about the "siete-7" .. :)
I learned something new... so this 7 is a "Siete" or a "7" depending on the year?

antp BE

2006-11-14 00:40

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Yes, changed for 1979 model according to what is said on the site...

carobserver MX

2006-12-12 06:21

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The Renault Siete was presented in the fall of 1974, and was launched to sold to the public early 1975. Besides, the green color I think was available until 1976 or 1977

franek ES

2008-07-20 11:56

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It is a Renault Siete TL, 1974-78. The colour set changed completely with the slight re-style as "Renault 7" in 1979.

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