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1963 Volvo 544, my best friend had this car in college.  It reminds me of great times.  We called it the blue goose.

1963 Volvo 544 We actually have this car in bright red!

OG | 1952 Volvo Philip | Intented to replace PV444, this prototype was designed by Jan Wilsgaard

Concept Classic: 1952 Volvo Philip – The Swedish Kaiser; Intended For America, With A Even

The Volvo Sport (P1900) is a roadster of which sixty-eight units were built between 1956 and 1957. Assar Gabrielsson, Volvo's president and founder, got the idea for the car when he saw a Chevrolet Corvette in the United States and wanted to make something similar. Glasspar, an American boatbuilder in  California, tooled a fibreglass/reinforced polyester body, which was later produced in Sweden. Demand was low, and the build quality was not up to Volvo standards.

Volvo Sport Maintenance of old vehicles: the material for new cogs/casters/gears/pads could be cast polyamide which I (Cast polyamide) can produce

Volvo Amazon Kombi: Wagon version.  If its not gonna be that fast, might as well be practical

Volvo Amazon Kombi: Wagon version. If its not gonna be that fast, might as well be practical

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1957 Volvo P1900 #1950s #vintage #cars

On 2 June 1954 the two-seater roadster, the Volvo Sport, and the company's first sports car, made its debut. But a low weight and reliable Volvo technology were not enough - production was shut down after just 67 had been built.

1956 Volvo TP21/P2104 Sugga (chassis 21-257) is number 257 of 720 total built from 1953 to 1958 and is currently said to be in very good running and driving condition following a well-maintained early ’80s restoration. Designed by Volvo for use by the Swedish armed forces, these four wheel drive, six-cylinder vehicles were nicknamed Sugga or “sow” for their bluff, porcine nose and squat, rounded bodywork.

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