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Welcome to Found Off The Street, our look at cars found on the cape that rust liked so much it decided to summer there; Cape Cod, MA. Today we have a 1973 Volvo P1800ES
There are many things in life we can get behind. Few make as much sense as a roofless 1963 Volvo P1800 with a Ford small-block. Wanna buy it? Great news! You can!
We're thankful for pre-Ford Volvo, but now we're thinking Post-Chinese Volvo will make us thankful for the days of Ford's ownership. So this pre-Turkey Day we're remembering some highlights of the company as it is now and as it was.
Would you believe a 95% Crack Pipe rating yesterday? That's what the $48,500 '72 Chevy pickup scored in the poll, which seems like a pretty decisive verdict. Today we're going to Göteborg!
Not long after undertw rescued a bunch of parts from a Volvo Amazon featured in this series, another old Volvo has been put out on the same yard. This is no run-of-the-mill Amazon, however- we're looking at a genuine Volvo 1800S (I'm going to say it's a '63, based on the grille) with plenty of good components ready…
It looks like the Sterling just wasn't able to dump as much weight on both sides of the hell/cool scale as the Impulse in yesterday's Choose Your Eternity poll, with the Isuzu vaporizing the Rover by a 4-to-1 vote-ratio landslide. Today we're going north for our cars. Way north. Yes, just like Yngwie on an airliner,…
As many old cars as there are on the streets of Alameda, the imports can be hard to find. It was nice to spot this solid P1800 right in my neighborhood.
We sure hadn't pegged the venerable Volvo P1800 has the choice of pompadour-coiffed, misogynistic douchebags more interested in lollypops than the charms of a gorgeous blond straight out of Swedish central casting. But there you go. [Thanks to David for the tip.]