Now, I wonder, what car do we have for today? Is there something actually called a 265?
A unicorn to me at least. First generation V70R AWD. The ultimate sleeper dad-mobile! I’ve only ever seen one first gen prior to this one, and it was FWD. There was a little old lady driving it, so I’m assuming it was an auto, but who knows. Could be one bad ass grandma! I will own one of these eventually, once I can…
Now, a question for advanced readers:
Have a 144 with a mid-mounted Audi 2.3 engine:
It is rare to see these in my small town. Pics look good. I’ve seen it in person parked around town. The only thing that worries me is that it had a temp tag on 2 months ago, now it’s for sale again very soon. I also hate stories in ads that don’t cite sources haha. Thoughts? I vote soft NP at $3,000.
Volvo 66. Bright yellow, just like this.
Can you whack back seat passengers if they get mouthy?
Talk me out of this.
So I used to work at a parts store here in NH that used to be a Robbins that was in a building that used to be a Studebaker dealership. Well, this poster was wedged between the parts shelves and a support column that held up a newer mezzanine.
Damn right I’ll show my own car off!
9 days ago, the last Volvo V70 rolled off the production line in Torslanda, Sweden. The model name lasted for 20 years, and 1 250 000 were produced.
Me and some friends went for a drive in my Volvo and a friends Saab yesterday. Obligatory photos were taken:
Yes, that is a twinturbo Viper engine in a Volvo 240.
Time for a trip to Sweden, but also to Italy.