The Volvo 740/760 Story

4 feb. 2020
354 738 Weergaven

It’s the mid-70s and Volvo is heavily in debt. The new 200 series is unreliable, they have 43,000 gas guzzling large family cars waiting to be sold at a time when the world is swarming to small fuel economical cars. Volvo’s trying every trick in the book to stay afloat, and at the same time must spend money to develop a new car to sell in the 1980s, if it makes it to the 1980s. But the investment paid off. The 700 series would be the car that saved Volvo and would go on to sell almost 2M cars.
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  • I mention the 240 was unreliable - in the first 1-2 years of manufacture. After that they solved the reliability problems.

    Big CarBig Car11 maanden geleden
    • I loved my 1985 240. It was the best car $2,500US could buy and it lasted. The wiring and AC were poor, but otherwise a very robust car.

      palebeachbumpalebeachbum3 maanden geleden
    • I was going to say. The 240 I had was very reliable. The thing that wound up getting mine in the end was chassis electrical... 34 years after it left the factory in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

      Bartonovich52Bartonovich523 maanden geleden
    • ​@swededude1992 That's true for the older Volvos. At that time you drove Volvo, Saab, VW, Ford or Opel. if you was working class, the Boss drove BMW, Mercedes or Audi. Today most working class drive older Volvo, BMW or Merc. If you bye a new car today it's a Kia, Hyundai, Peugeot, Ford, VW because a new Volvo is to expensive for the working class. I drive Volvo but i buy them three year old at half the price.

      Kent NilssonKent Nilsson6 maanden geleden
    • I've had Volvos all my life in the family from 1983 to present, 245 DL, 240 DL, 740GL and 940CD Classic in 2.3LPT guide.

      DoubleDeckerAntonDoubleDeckerAnton6 maanden geleden
    • The 200 series still runs all over the world. Its one of the most reliable cars every made.- infacet all of them from start of production. My dad had one of the first made and he sold it when it had run lver 500.000 km, with almost no repairs.

      Christian ChristensenChristian Christensen7 maanden geleden
  • "Around 1991 the Volvo lineup was confusing"... Dont forget the 440. And the 340 that it had replaced 4 years earlier but was still being made.

    Cloud StrifeCloud Strife12 dagen geleden
  • I have a hard time believing that they used a wind tunnel in the design... 740GL 1987 car my first car :)

    Lars LengstrandLars Lengstrand17 dagen geleden
  • Volvo 740 is best car ever!

    KaPexKaPex18 dagen geleden
  • Volvo for life

    casmon71casmon7122 dagen geleden
  • My top pick for the 90s was the 97 965. With the premium sound system of course! As a kid, the stuff I pulled off in that car, there aren't words! As for the 05 V70R 6speed........ Almost got locked up, almost lost my license and now the 2018 V90, guess I'm all grown up now, but I hate the computer in the dashboard, I wish it was like the 960S

    Brian O'CBrian O'C23 dagen geleden
  • i own a 95 960 estate manual she has an lpg conversion i think the only one left standing in the uk still never needed any welding what a fantastic car people walk up to me to ask is it for sale would never part with it the last of the line will leave it to my son in my will

    Mark SteventonMark Steventon24 dagen geleden
  • To me the Volvo 740 Series is the perfect car! -Especially the Wagons, for sure. I have a 91 940 Turbo Wagon, a 90 740 Turbo Wagon (drive-able spare if the 91 gets killed in an accident) and a '89 Non-Turbo Wagon for my wife. None of them have any rust. And I mean seriously, No Rust ! - There was also another '90 Wagon that was first driven by my Dad and then by my wife's dad. That one only suffered from the disgusting laws in Germany. And then there is yet another Wagon; A '88 that I gave to a friend. Never had any trouble with any of them. Lots of miles on them all. - Great winter cars too. - I always laugh at the idiots freezing their asses off in their hybrids or electric cars! - I will never buy another car, maybe only yet another 940 Turbo Wagon... - Best Regards from Alaska!

    BetterAircraftFabricBetterAircraftFabric24 dagen geleden
  • When people generally talk about Volvo, the 7 series pops into mind, it was a car I admired even from a young age from its American looks

    QaisQais27 dagen geleden
  • Cars in general were boxy in the late 1970s and early 1980s, but this thing looked as if it had been modeled using origami. It made GM's "flying brick" styling of that era look slick by comparison. I remember having to ride in the back of a 740 wagon and with the standard suspension (the Nivomat version might have been smoother) the ride was like a Chinese water torture and the space was surprisingly confined for the size of the car. I'm sure these cars had their virtues and were probably a blast to drive with the right engines, but there was something cold and dismal about them.

    PC NoPC NoMaand geleden
  • I like how Volvo even knew m47s were trash that's why thares no 2.3 16v turbos

    noma jhondeerenoma jhondeereMaand geleden
  • The volvo concept car is cool I like the front end

    noma jhondeerenoma jhondeereMaand geleden
  • Volvo 7/900 series, true freedom. Uncomplicated reliable and overbuilt. Unlike any other car on the road today. I fear the day i will be forced to shop for a replacement.

    pioneerz450pioneerz450Maand geleden
  • 14:40 and you just mention the big car series, let's not forget the 400 series comprising the 440 small family car and 480 hatchback

    Battleship NagatoBattleship NagatoMaand geleden
  • As a kid growing up in the 1980s, we had a few Volvos. A 1982 240DL and a 1986 Volvo 240GL. First car I ever drove was my moms 1990 Volvo 740 Turbo. At the time I wasnt a fan but looking back it was a great car and very solid. Eventually it was replaced with a 1996 850R. It was faster and more advanced but the old 240/740s were tanks in comparison. Got rid of the Volvo in 2000. They were never the same after Ford and my mom switched to other brands. Now China owns Volvo and they are just a name. Sad.

    John WJohn WMaand geleden
  • That 780 2 door, what a looker.

    Martin TaperMartin TaperMaand geleden
  • I want a boxy car, I fucking hate smooth looking cars, they don't look intimidating and then look booring. I want my rugged old evil cars that tells you to get the fuck out of my way. I love boxy cars, the old Dodge charger, 740, everything.

    Transexual attentionseeking unicorn wgewgwTransexual attentionseeking unicorn wgewgwMaand geleden

    Alexander LavinAlexander LavinMaand geleden
  • I loved my 740, I owned a 760, it got terrible gas mileage, the 740 was awesome, but too light in the rear, I live in Columbus Ohio, driving up hills was nearly impossible....the classic B25-30 4 cyl engines were easy to work on. Also a problem of the older Volvo's was that the wires vinyl coating would succumb to weather and crumble causing shorts, keeping up with wiring and connections was something you eventually HAD to tackle....I never understood it, something as simple as wiring was a constant problem for them. I've been driving Volvo's for decades now, the highest mileage i got was over 400K on a 79 240. I'm driving a 960 right now...i refuse to buy a Ford made Volvo

    David WesthoffDavid WesthoffMaand geleden
  • The last real Volvo cars were made in 1998. Not the front wheel drive crap made today.

    Jon ButzFiscinaJon ButzFiscina2 maanden geleden
  • PANZER ! Solid CAR

    alex folialex foli2 maanden geleden

    Boy DogBoy Dog2 maanden geleden
  • the Volvo S40/V40/V50/C30(/Mitsubishi Carisma) story?

    semiretired86semiretired862 maanden geleden
  • I have great memories driving my 740 turbo sedan in the early '90s and yes my next car was an 850 t5 wagon

    Super1234RonSuper1234Ron2 maanden geleden
  • They're so good, even Johnny Rotten has one !

    manofweed1manofweed12 maanden geleden
  • Thanks for the very interesting video. I have driven 745 and 945 for 15 years, they were indeed very robust, simple cars, a dream to maintain. There were only few flaws, one being the overdrive gear in the early 740 models. The rear wheel drive was a lot of fun on snowy roads, however it was a pain in winter when you had to go uphills. But the space, oh the space. There were very, very few station wagons with this amount of space. Maybe the most outstanding factor was the ridiculously small turning radius for a car almost 5 meters in length. It was so much fun to maneuver in cities, especially in parking garages and on ferries.

    palimpalimpalimpalim2 maanden geleden
  • I don't need a Volvo, I have a bomb proof TATA Sierra

    Build it Ride itBuild it Ride it2 maanden geleden
  • Luckily enough Morris marinas all came with a complimentary bus timetable,,

    Alan O ConnorAlan O Connor2 maanden geleden
  • can you please keep the same level on all the audio? the intro is very loud thanks

    Manny C WeissManny C Weiss2 maanden geleden
    • Newer videos have lower volume after someone else mentioned this.

      Big CarBig Car2 maanden geleden
  • Excellent video. I hope soon comes the S80 model.

    Kristian KumanovKristian Kumanov2 maanden geleden
  • My 1990 740 GL has 226,900 ( probably more since the odometer works on and off ) and runs like the day it came off the assembly line. Thank you Volvo.

    David FredrikssonDavid Fredriksson2 maanden geleden
  • surprisingly great videos, subscribing

    Old school gamerOld school gamer2 maanden geleden
  • A car you can believe in. Made in Götenborg, Sweden!

    Matt DownerMatt Downer2 maanden geleden
  • I am 20 and i drive a 740 gl altough we bought it used like 10 years ago for my grandfather qnd we had to change some parta but it still drives like a beast sadly in my country i believe there is not much volvo mechanics (from my experience) so i cant make it new again bur it is amazing

    Anthony SassineAnthony Sassine2 maanden geleden
  • I have learnt many things please🤗

    media CCmedia CC2 maanden geleden
  • Drop small block Chevy and good to GO.

    Say What !?Say What !?2 maanden geleden
  • Ahh how things have changed! The newer Volvos, not as a reliable and a PITA to work on yourself. It is now making cars for the affluent, tis a shame.

    Dally SinghsonDally Singhson2 maanden geleden
  • So funny. Back then, Volvo issued a drawingcontest to the public to come up with ideas of how the next volvo should look like. A friend of mine send in a sketch that was granted and.... the 740/760 was born.

    ToninoTonino2 maanden geleden
  • When I grew up, my parents had a 1967 Volvo 144S in "King Blue" with matching vinyl interior. We LOVED it. I worked for Hertz Rent-a-Car in Copenhagen Airport with the Volvo 760 GLE was launched. It was (and still is) an impressive car, stylish and aristocratic in its looks inside and out as well as riding. Nothing beats the 1st generation 760 GLE. Wish my parents could have afford it back then, when their 144S "died" in 1985. The 740 series came across as a cheaper version in any way.

    KoldingDenmarkKoldingDenmark2 maanden geleden
  • In all honesty - seeing a boxy Volvo on the road in 2020 raises a smile from myself and everyone I know. It's iconic styling and, if you ask me, has aged really well. At least in the sense that they look entirely different to anything on the road today, and stand out a mile when they're seen. I miss boxy cars. Last box I owned was a Citroen AX. Never had much of an eye for new Volvos, but as a lover of retro cars I adore an old Volvo. I've unfortunately never owned one, though that will change some day.

    The InternetThe Internet2 maanden geleden
  • Volvo 200 series unreliable? Where'd you get that info?

    Stop the Philosophical ZombiesStop the Philosophical Zombies2 maanden geleden
  • That blue 740 with 2 i loved having 2 aerials on my 740 untill a drunk friend broke it off

    JonasJonas2 maanden geleden
  • While I have never been a big fan of Volvo's styling, there is no doubt the company made a famously durable and altogether sensible car.

    Bob YoungBob Young2 maanden geleden
  • My 1992 740 wagon is approaching 500K miles on all original drivetrain. These are the greatest cars ever made!!

    Jeffery EpsteinJeffery Epstein2 maanden geleden
  • Having driven Volvo since 1986: 240 1982 van 240 1988 estate 940 1988 estate 850 1994 estate 850 1997 estate and now V70II 2007 S60I 2005 I have never been baffled by the Volvo models. But then, I'm a Volvo man :-) My

    John DueJohn Due2 maanden geleden
  • 1:12 Remember when car manufacturers actually cared for reliability? I owned in the past a 244 n/a, a 764t (for a short while), a 944t, and I am now still owning a 745t (it has the engine of my defunct 944t) and a 944 n/a (winterbeater). Would have loved to get my hands on a 780 with the bf230t. The best of both worlds : reliability and style.

    Ben GagnonBen Gagnon2 maanden geleden
  • On my 6th Volvo now but my favourite was second one I had, a dark red 740 sedan. 15 years old with 330.000km at the time. Nothing wrong with the car, ran great, little maintenance cost, but the missus made me trade it in for something newer (a V70). She's since been traded in herself ;-) That thing you mentioned about maintenance. Had to replace the reflectors in the headlight units for the annual test which cost €35 per side at the time for just the reflectors. Few years later same problem with the V70. This time it cost €175 per side for the entire headlight unit. On my current V70 just replacing a headlight bulb means removing the air filter box... Would love another 740 but they're hard to find in Ireland (thank you government scrappage schemes) and motor tax + insurance would be prohibitive.

    Ronald VallenduukRonald Vallenduuk3 maanden geleden
  • @Big Car I like the model cars on the shelf. It offers a nice backdrop!

    Tyler DurdenTyler Durden3 maanden geleden
    • Thanks!

      Big CarBig Car3 maanden geleden
  • I owned 4 different 740"s...2 na and 2 turbo. All over 200k miles, over 20 years old...all were tanks that were cheap to buy and keep going. The Redbook was tough...though not very fuel efficient or powerful. But it didn't rust and handled great in the snow.

    RCPro DriverRCPro Driver3 maanden geleden
  • I still have my 1998 LPT Classic 940 estate that i bought in 2003, its the best car that ive ever had and probably ever will. Crazy reliable, never had any serious problems. Easy to work on, easy to find parts and cheap and the trunk has a lot of space.

    StefanStefan3 maanden geleden
  • I had a 760 GLE in college. Great car... except for the crap motor that eat camshafts. You had to either pull the motor or drill holes in the fire wall pulling out through the drivers compartment.

    Bartley MollohanBartley Mollohan3 maanden geleden
  • 13:47 “The old 1974 [SOHC] V6 engine, which was becoming uncompetitive.” *Laughs in GM 60 degree OHV V6* (produced until 2011).

    Bartonovich52Bartonovich523 maanden geleden
    • GM's 60 degree "X engine" went out of production in the USA in 2005, though it was produced in China until 2010. If you're referring to the Buick 3.8, it was actually 90 degrees. GM was very lucky with that engine. Through it was carved out of the 1953 Buick "Nailhead" V8, sold to Jeep in 1964, bought back in 1974, and given an even-firing crankshaft in 1977, GM squeezed 240 HP out of it without turbo or supercharging, and up to about 280 with it. It's a pity they couldn't manage their other projects as well. The Buick all-aluminum 215 V8 was from the same family and Rover kept it going into the 2000s.

      PC NoPC NoMaand geleden
  • I needed a second car and with a young family I couldn’t afford more than $1500. A coworker told me to go spend $1000 on an old Volvo. So I picked up a 1985 744 one up at a dealership for $900. It had 346,000 km on it. The AC didn’t work, the heated seats didn’t work, the left rear window didn’t work, but everything else was great. It came with a Pioneer CD/MP3/Sirius radio in the dash, a manual crank power roof, and some of the most comfortable leather seats I’ve ever sat in. I loved it so much that I decided to spend $2500 on a 1991 745T with 200,000 km to be our main family vehicle and stay out of payments. We drove it a lot but after 60,000 more km it had a ton of bottom end blowby and wasn’t worth fixing. The 744 wound up catching fire at about 410,000 km. Electrical short. So I picked up a 1982 244. This was probably my favourite one. It was not as comfortable or well equipped as the 744 or 745, but it was four speed manual. Unfortunately just about every convenience option failed on it like windshield washer and blower and ignition (I bypassed it with a switch) so it was no longer suitable for Canadian winters. I wasn’t interested in newer Volvos. Subaru seems to have replaced Volvo for quirky and reliable cars but with their head gasket problems and CVTs they don’t seem so reliable to me.. so wife drives a Honda and I drive GM junk that is cheap but predictably unreliable.

    Bartonovich52Bartonovich523 maanden geleden
  • One of the big reasons for the 9xx series change was poor rollover performance on the 7xx series sedans. What looked like a style update was actually a significant structural improvement to the rear roof.

    Bartonovich52Bartonovich523 maanden geleden
  • The 740 is a beast..

    Nirmal KirtisingheNirmal Kirtisinghe3 maanden geleden
  • Own a 1983 760 one of the nicest cars ive ever owned

    Volvo Ranch EastVolvo Ranch East3 maanden geleden
  • Nice volvo vid

    Mario MarioMario Mario3 maanden geleden
  • It was a luxurious car. It had heated seats in 88. It blew my mind. I could of LS swapped it by now lol

    Stevie JoStevie Jo3 maanden geleden
  • I owned 1988 model 740. It was a 400 dollar car I got 2 months in it before I traded it in

    Stevie JoStevie Jo3 maanden geleden
  • This is unfair, cutting both ways: I think the presentation itself, was excellent and very informative. But I can not "Like" any presentation interrupted by commercials. To do so would only invite more of this obnoxious practice. I don't like jumping through advertiser's hoops. I encourage my fellow viewers to follow this lead and reject this practice: "Dislike" this presentation.

    mrfudd13mrfudd133 maanden geleden
    • @Big Car As I said, it's unfair. But by your logic, you're on a slowly sinking ship. Have you noticed how that both broadcast t.v., and cable t.v. are losing viewers, and have been for a long time? The reason is very clear: too much advertising. I believe you should be rewarded for your excellent presentation, but place all the ads before the start. That way I can put it on mute, and do something useful, but I will not allow a large corporation to use my view time as their plaything to do whatever they damn well choose.

      mrfudd13mrfudd133 maanden geleden
    • By that logic, you'd never get any new videos on NLworld as the work to make these videos is paid for by commercials. I have to be paid somehow.

      Big CarBig Car3 maanden geleden
  • We kids in sweden we build tractors of them called (Epa traktor) or (A traktor) and you can drive them when you are 15 and they only go in 30kmh or most of them a illagle

    affethe proaffethe pro3 maanden geleden
  • # im still driving my 940 turbo 1997 model , monthly i travel 1200 km to thailand , every 6 months i replaced the engine oil , im using semi syntetic oil , big car travel long distance at the highway fuel concumption much better , rather than intown used ! Volvo the sound proof , confortable and reliable , top speed 240 kmph , easy and smooth driving when yoy running at 150 - 170 kmph SOO RELAXING ! regards from dannok city and kuala lumpur .

    Noor Zaidi AhmadNoor Zaidi Ahmad4 maanden geleden
  • 740 has the most comfiest seats ever

    nahkaremmi 69nahkaremmi 694 maanden geleden
  • My 89 240 has 540k miles original engine still running.

    Hector VazquezHector Vazquez4 maanden geleden
  • I have a volvo 940 with 85000 was my grandads from new 2.3 5 speed and it drives so good

    chil manchil man4 maanden geleden
  • A 740 hatchback, god if only, would be so fucking sick

    I love CharlieI love Charlie4 maanden geleden
  • The 245 was by far the best car I ever owned great vids very well researched thank you for posting

    Paul MaryonPaul Maryon4 maanden geleden
    • Thanks Paul!

      Big CarBig Car4 maanden geleden
  • I want a new 740.

    PabloPablo4 maanden geleden
  • My 1990 760 GLE was a lovely car, the dashboard layout was perfect and quality was great...

    Richard PriceRichard Price4 maanden geleden
  • Bought my 1990 740 turbo wagon for 400 bucks, was initially a parts car cause I wanted the turbo motor for my 240 but ended up falling in love with it and now she's my daily driver over 250 thousand and still going. I pray ole black Betty never dies.

    William DillonWilliam Dillon5 maanden geleden
  • Proud to be swedish...:).......By the way could you do a story about Volvo PV and Volvo Duett?......would be very nice...:)

    SOGsniperSOGsniper5 maanden geleden
  • please, a history of 900 series.

    Gandharva RockGandharva Rock5 maanden geleden
    • I was thinking of continuing the Volvo story the other day!

      Big CarBig Car5 maanden geleden
  • At 12:11 you are telling about the facelift of the 740, however you are showing a 940, and at 12:40 again. The one at 12:29, that's the updated 740.

    Boudewijn SmitsBoudewijn Smits6 maanden geleden
    • To paraphrase Hillary Clinton, they all look the same.

      PC NoPC NoMaand geleden
  • too American? I loved seeing these on the street just because of that, the closest you could get to an old Caprice round here :)

    Mikosch2Mikosch26 maanden geleden
  • My mom's sister 2 Gen Volvo V70 saved her life she lost control off it on the highway she went right into the guardrail and flipped over like 3 times barley had any injuries now she has the newest gen off the V70.

    Wilm3R Th3 Gam3RZWilm3R Th3 Gam3RZ6 maanden geleden
  • So cool. Thank you

    Electric car & bike Norway Sweden Denmark EVElectric car & bike Norway Sweden Denmark EV6 maanden geleden
  • 3:35 The Cybertruck minivan 😂

    Sean GodosSean Godos6 maanden geleden
  • Interestingly the 850 development started about the same time, around 1978.

    StudebStudeb6 maanden geleden
  • Great vlog as always! In Norway Volvo have always had a strong foot hold. In any other country they have had a 1% of the market. In Norway it has been in the 7-12% range. Can you make a program about the history of unsold cars? I know before 1988 they made lots of cars before they were sold. Today the sell a car, then they make it. My mother bought her first brand new car in 1986, a FIAT Uno 70SL. Top of the line. My dad had then a 1978 Dodge Aspen wagon 2,8l strait six. That was the family car. To my dads surprise the Uno was so roomy that it became the new family car! I got to drive drive that car as much as I wanted when I turned 18. The first year I drove almost 50k! I loved that car!

    Torgeir BrandsnesTorgeir Brandsnes6 maanden geleden
  • You can see why the government don't want us driving around in older cars , they don't break down and when they do it's easy to fix and are inexpensive any one can afford one unlike the newer cars you need a scanner to reset the engine modules service lights ect BMW you to cost you around 180 just to turn light out ,!!

    James LatimerJames Latimer6 maanden geleden
  • Hi great video could you make a video about Volvo 262c 2 door special vid would be fab if poss thanks ps you should be on TV or sky channels x

    James LatimerJames Latimer6 maanden geleden
  • We had a '91 740 that was built like a tank...Extremely reliable,,,My ex-wife became a huge fan, and drives nothing but Volvos since.

    Timothy AndersonTimothy Anderson6 maanden geleden
  • As we swedes say Volvo 740 madderfakker

    BullBull6 maanden geleden
  • I like how everybody says something different about what car saved Volvo. Some say the 7 series was, some say the 960 was, and some say the P80 was. Personally i prefer the 9 series all day long.

    Ammageddon89Ammageddon896 maanden geleden
    • It wasn’t a car. It was Ford.

      Bartonovich52Bartonovich523 maanden geleden
  • My dad owned a marine blue 740 GLE from 1988 until the summer of 2018, when we finally scrapped it, it had driven 500.000 km and had barely any rust besides the usally at the front drivers door. The real problem was the engine giving up.

    MartiMarti6 maanden geleden
  • Awesome and humourous editing at 11:30! Keep up the good work! Go Volvo, the best cars in the world!

    Oskari TuomainenOskari Tuomainen6 maanden geleden
  • i like att de kommer biltema reklam

    Wilmer BergströmWilmer Bergström6 maanden geleden
  • Volvo today is neater cheap to service or to buy and the quality is in the toilet... not very reliable....get a KIA or honda...toyotas are overrated....

    AH AHAH AH6 maanden geleden
  • 2:38 chevy lumina apv

    BEVO STUDIOBEVO STUDIO6 maanden geleden
  • There’s a cult following for basically every single volvo ever

    Seb GSeb G6 maanden geleden
  • As a JDM freak wanting to find a budget drift car with a long wheelbase, this video has helped me loads! Easy More than Google has thus far

    Anthony TrifoglioAnthony Trifoglio6 maanden geleden
    • Glad it helped!

      Big CarBig Car6 maanden geleden
  • sooo....... which one was the one that was faster than porsche cuz in lost xd

    Kajetan MKKajetan MK6 maanden geleden
  • i miss my 940, it may not have had an important role in volvo's future but it's always better than the mercedes c200 from 2003 that i have now, it has an error in the computer, it's SUPER small you can't even get in and out properly, it's just the worst

    Mr_Baksteen _HDMr_Baksteen _HD6 maanden geleden
  • Interesting video, but way too many advertisements.

    Martin JonesMartin Jones6 maanden geleden
  • 200series unreliable? Lel

    DimpoeDimpoe7 maanden geleden
  • Had one of these as my first car. A 1988 white 740GL sedan with a blue interior it had some issues mechanically which made it unreliable so I sold it and I regret that decision sometimes mostly because it was a rare RHD manual.

    The Budgie SmugglerThe Budgie Smuggler7 maanden geleden
  • 1155 is a great processor socket :)

    BellronBellron7 maanden geleden
  • A very good and interesting vid. The @)”&$% ads made me want to quit out of it.

    Larry TwitchellLarry Twitchell7 maanden geleden
  • The 780 was my favorite 700's Volvo

    Putte MacGuffPutte MacGuff7 maanden geleden
  • My 744 has 545000 km on it, and like most old Volvos left in Scandinavia, it only gets faster as it gets older :p

    Njål NilssenNjål Nilssen7 maanden geleden
    • fyfan va görgött

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