I saw one of these on Federal Street in Boston a few months ago. This car is better than 15 years old and I still want one (or at least to drive one at some point in my life.) The
My family had the 1976 Volvo 245 wagon featured on page 5 of this brochure. Our 245 wagon was the same green as the 265 wagon fatured on page 4. View the entire 1976 Volvo 240 and 260 Brochure.
This ad features the last year of the old style quad round headlights. It also includes a photo caption that says, “Bill Mozer with his new Volvo. And his family with his old ones.” Old Volvos Never Die. They Pass
The text of this ad states: Invest in Durable Goods Volvo is a vehicle designed for investors interested in good performance over the long term. Its not uncommon to see Volvos driving around with hundreds of thousands of miles on
Personally, I was never much of a fan of the Volvo 700 series. I always thought that these cars looked a little too much like everything else on the road at the time They lacked the distinct styling of the
Should I ever be lucky enough to own another 240, I would like it to be this model. The text of this ad states. 100 TO 0 in 3.2 seconds. One of the few things more impressive than how fast
This ad shows a 1980 Volvo 240 GLT, with the gorgeous 5-spoke Virgo rims, cruising up a mountain road. The text of this ad states:
I enjoy these older ads because they are about the message and do not rely on just pictures to sell the car. The text of this ad states: In a Nation of Engineers, Bad Cars Don’t Sell. In Sweden, precision
Not sure what year this ad is from. Guessing that it is about 1987
The text of this ad states:
Own a Car That Will Be a Comfort to you in its Old Age
I took notes along the way on each of the brewing sessions. I wisely posted my Saison recipe notes but never got down to doing the same with the Milk Stout recipe. As this was a few years ago, both beers are long gone now and I can no longer find the Milk Stout notes.