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Volvo shows off Roger Moore's saintly Volvo 1800 S

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Roger Moore drove a Volvo 1800 in the TV series "The Saint"

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‘The Saint’ at the Volvo Cars Heritage stand at Techno-Classica

Volvo Cars brings Sir Roger Moore’s 1800 S to Techno-Classica classic car show Volvo Cars will showcase the 1967 Volvo 1800 S once owned by Sir Roger Moore and featured in television’s ‘The Saint’ at the Volvo Cars Heritage stand at Techno-Classica Essen, Germany,  March 21-25 . It will be the first time the car is displayed at a classic car show in Europe. Moore’s car was built at the Volvo Torslanda plant in Sweden, in November 1966. The 1800 S in Pearl White is equipped with Mini-Lite wheels with the rare original ‘truncated’ spoke design, Hella fog lamps and a Volvo wooden steering wheel. Inside, the car still has details from the filming of ‘The Saint,’ such as a thermometer on the dashboard and a separate interior fan, used to cool the actors during studio filming. Moore is the documented first registered owner of this famous 1800 S. The London registration plates, NUV 648E, were issued on 20 January 1967. Moore signed the registration papers  two weeks later

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