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The Volvo 140 Series is a line of mid-size cars manufactured and marketed by Volvo from 1966 to 1974 in two- and four-door sedan (models 142 and 144 respectively) as well as five door station wagon (model 145) body styles—with numerous intermediate facelifts. More than a million Volvo 140s were built.
The 144 series, which followed the Volvo Amazon (replacing it in its fourth model year), was the first Volvo to use a tri-digit nomenclature, indicating series, number of cylinders and number of doors. Thus, a “142” was a 1st series, 4-cylinder, 2-door sedan. The 140 was the first Volvo to feature a more rectilinear or boxy styling.
The car’s basic shape would survive into the 1990s as the 200 series.