Some Swedes cope with the sunless Scandinavian winters in the sanest way possible: pounding caffeine and/or alcohol by the hogshead. Others, however, crunch through the snow out to the shed and fire up the cutting torch, which is then used to create works of genius such as this 1980 Volvo wagon, equipped with what appears to be a Rover V8, dual rear axles, and custom-van-esque interior. Inveterate tipster JanTheMan translates thus: "Another V8 Volvo, Old price winner on the biggest custom car event in Sweden back in the eighties. It is a Volvo 245 1976. It is longer,wider, higher, lower. No glassfibre!"