1991 Volvo 740GL: A crumple zone on four wheel? 700 series Volvo’s seemed to be the beginnings of Volvo’s foray into bland styling. Models after this got even worse.
Volvo 240 GLE Wagon: Pretty good nick for an older Vo. Slight trauma to right rear taillight…but as they say,” that’ll buff out”.
1988 Volvo 240GL Wagon: God bless the Volvo 240 series.
Volvo 122: The 1960’s Volvo’s certainly had a lot of character when compared to later models. Check the smooth flowing lines and rounded corners. Not a lot of 120 series around, but I was fortunate to grab a photo of this one.
Not a lot of 140 and 160 series Volvos on the roads these days, but I managed to take these photos of this parked Volvo 164E fitted with fuel injection.
Volvo 264 GLE: This one has the twin square headlights and alloys rims. Probably an early 1980’s model. The front tyre looks to be needing a little air.