Had a chance to clean up the Volvo Amazon 123GT. It cleaned up well.
The interior cleaned up good as well. Need to replace those door panels down the road.
The engine compartment looks presentable after some cleaning. That air cleaner needs to go in favor of the correct elements.
The nose and the front fenders must have been replaced with NOS stuff as they are super solid. The flat lensed e-code Hella lights cranks out good light but look a bit too modern. I would have to replace them with something more rounded…Maybe a set of H4 Cibie for example.
Yup, pretty photogenic…the Volvo 96 dark blue looks almost black.
In good company. Sitting next to a Swedish built 123GT…life is good.
Rare 96 dark blue color makes this a desirable 1967 123GT. This is a Canadian Volvo so it shipped new with limited slip rear and 4 way flashers. It did not however come with the Hella lights but I will add them anyway. Because they looks so damn cool. Besides, they were an available accessory when the car was new. Also, I will add the fender mirrors…because they looks so damn cool…get it?
Swedish Coolness ! Sex on wheels…Am I making myself clear?
“So Inga…would you like to go for a spin in my 96 blue Volvo 123GT?”
“How was it? Did you enjoy the sound of those SU karburettors?? By the way, do you know I have a chrome exhaust extension? The seats folds down, you know…”
The 96 blue cars came with this beautiful deep red interior.
Everything works on the car including the overdrive. It has a B-20 engine that seems to have a lot of power. The rims are widened stockers and the suspension seem slightly lower and firmer than stock. I also spotted a rear sway bar on the car. Front sway bar is original.
It is an older restoration and the the car has some issues that I will address before I bring it out but all in all a very straight car.
Puget Sound Chapters of the Volvo Sports America and Volvo Club of America had their annual joint club spring swap meet and car show show at the beautiful Juanita Beach Park. The weather was just perfect.
Your Humble Editor’s 122S wagon being overshadowed by Gary Ramstad’s 1967 Volvo 122S coupe.
Let’s take a closer look at this beauty:
No matter where you look, the detailing is excellent.
Very nice 1962 Volvo PV 544. Just imported from California.
1965 Volvo PV 544
1964 1800S. This one is using the 140 front and rear suspension and that means 4 wheel discs.
Let’s end this with one of these square boxes. Now a classic in it’s own right. The very popular 245 wagon. This is a GL model and that included among other amenities leather and power windows. The came originally with the turbine wheels but we think these turbo wheels looks great.