Saab has not made available the exact GT and Sport productions numbers. They simply said the GT's were "in" this production run series, NOT that these numbers were the total GT/Sports/Monte Carlos produced. A 1967 Monte Carlo sold for ~$2895.00 A huge price that did limit sales numbers. In USA I would estimate surviving USA GT's (1957 through 1964) total under 50, and the long nose versions (Sport <not sold us> and Monte Carlo including the V/4 Monte Carlo) to be 100. I would then extrapolate that in those same years, sales totals would be <1964=3,000 and >1965 is same 3,000
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