Volvo 245 DL walkaround

http://www.volvotips.com is the ultimate Volvo website which will contain all info about classic Volvos! If you need any parts manuals, hints and tips or service manuals you can view them at Volvotips.com. We're still developing the website so stay tuned for extra info about your favorite Volvo car. On October 13 2012 I visited the Volvo Klassieker Beurs (aka: Volvobeurs), which is the yearly Volvo classic car event in The Netherlands, organised by the Dutch Volvo Club (in Dutch: Volvo Klassieker Vereniging). The event takes 2 days (October 13 and October 14) and was this year in Nieuwegein at the Home Boxx expo, where it was held for the first time. Unfortunately the parking lot wasn't a private parking, resulting in a mix of several cars: each year the parking lot is sorted by the type of Volvo classic car which results in only the same cars standing next to eachother. This video shows a very typical early 80s car: a brown Volvo 245 DL estate. The Volvo 245 is the stationcar version of the 240. The last number indicates the number of doors: a 242 is a Volvo 200-series with 4 cylinder engine and 2 doors, the 244 is a 4-cylinder with 4-door and the 245 has 5 doors. Note: the diesels (with Volkswagen D24 engine) aren't called 264 and 265 since the 244 and 245 diesel are less luxuous than the 260-series. Please visit http://www.volvotips.com for all info about the Volvo PV, Amazon, P1800, 240 and 260-series, 740, 760 and 780, 900-series and 850.

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VOLVO 245 (1974-1993)
Model: 245 Produced: 959,151 Body: 5-door estate Engine: 4-cylinder, in-line OHV, 4-cylinder, in-line SOHC, 4-cylinder, in-line SOHC with turbocharging. V6 SOHC and 5- or 6-cylinder, in-line SOHC diesel engines (VW). Transmission: 4-speed manual, 4-speed manual with electrical overdrive, 5-speed manual or 3-speed or 4-speed automatic. Brakes: Hydraulic, disc brakes on all four wheels. Dimensions: Overall length 490 cm, wheelbase 264 cm. JOIN VSP GROUP PARTNER PROGRAM: https://youpartnerwsp.com/ru/join?89383





1981 Volvo 262C Bertone Coupe 40th Anniversary
Designed in Sweden and built in Italy, the Volvo 262C has just turned 40. Introduced at the Geneva Motor Show back in 1977, four years after the 1800ES was discontinued, it owns its life to the brand's CEO at the time, Pehr G Gyllenhammer, who saw it as an important model, especially in Volvo's biggest export market, the USA. It was penned by the company's chief designer Jan Wilsgaard, who chose to use a 164 to test new interiors, rather than building a clay model, and after the initial work was carried out, it was then taken to Italian designer Sergio Coggiola's company, in Turin, Italy. This is where the four-door was rebuilt into a two-door, with a lower roof, wrapped in vinyl, and wide C-pillars, adorned with three crowns - Sweden's heraldic national symbol. Being that a niche product like the 262C that was to be built in small numbers, didn’t fit Volvo's plant in Gothenburg, its final assembly took place at Carozzeria Bertone, in Italy, where the 264TE limo was also assembled. Volvo shipped kits to Turin, where the bodies were modified, painted, and assembled, and as a reminder that Bertone built them, small badges were fitted on the lower edge of the windscreens. Powering the Volvo 262C was a 2.7-liter V6 engine, with 141 horses, which was developed with Peugeot and Renault, built in Douvrin, France, and shared with other versions of the 260 series. In the first couple of years, the car was offered solely with a silver metallic finish and a black vinyl roof, but later on, other shades became available, and in 1980, when it went on sale in the USA as the Volvo Coupe, the some colors were discontinued, including the initial one. The Volvo 262C was eventually phased out in 1981, when it underwent its final modifications, during which a new color combo was introduced: two-tone gold and nougat, and 14 horsepower were added to the engine. By the time it left production, 6,622 cars were put together. http://www.carscoops.com/2017/03/volvo-remembers-its-262c-bertone-coupe.htm l





1988 Volvo 240 DL Collector Car For Sale 51k Low Miles - Lowest Mileage in USA
Lowest mileage Volvo 240 DL for sale in the country. This is a great practically new car for sale in Southwest Florida. This video tour guide will give you a perfect idea of what this sedan for sale is like in person. Garage stored, one owner, low mileage, no accidents. Clean CarFax report.





Volvo 240 diesel using kickdown on highway
http://www.volvotips.com is the ultimate Volvo website which will contain all info about classic Volvos! If you need any parts manuals, hints and tips or service manuals you can view them at Volvotips.com. We're still developing the website so stay tuned for extra info about your favorite Volvo car. The Volvo 240 you'll see in this video is my own Volvo 244 GL D6 with BW55 automatic gearbox, made in October 1979 (ModelYear 1980). The car is very fun to drive: it's not really fast but thanks to the BW55 automatic transmission it's fast enough for daily use (if needed) and you're not blocking people on the highway. :) Please visit http://www.volvotips.com for all info about the Volvo PV, Amazon, P1800, 240 and 260-series, 740, 760 and 780, 900-series and 850.




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