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1965 Volvo P1800 Review
Nice looks, easy to modify, reliable driver
Heavy, a two-seater
Volvo 1800s — When new a not so quick car with good looks. Acceleration could have been a lot better but was easy to improve. Bodies poorly assembled by Jensen 1961-1963 should be avoided at any cost. Unless you find a low mileage car, early cars do have the looks. P1800 lost most of the looks in 1967 but performance got better until production ended with 1800E in 1973.
Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)
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Great Piece Of History
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Classy, Rare, Unique
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If You Want A Well-built Classic Car, If You're Mechanically Inclined, This Is A Great Car.
My 1971 Volvo 1800E had been sadly abused before I rescued it. It had Volvo's unfortunate mechanical fuel-injection, which was so universally loved that the only other owner I knew who had one had ri... Read More
This is an awesome little car that needs to be restored. When it is it will be a lot of fun to drive. It has a fuel injected 4 cyclinder engine. Has 4 wheel disc brakes. It is quick but not fast. It h... Read More
The 1800ES is a stunningly beautiful car, all the more because it is a wagon. The car is a GT, more than a sports car, but fun to drive. It is practical, but the back seat is for brief cases and ... Read More
Sleek Little Station Wagon
I have the 1800ES, the little sport wagon. Beautiful looks but probably not as practical as a 122. Modest performance, yet fun to drive. Rare- people are always asking me "What is that?" Put some pran... Read More