Introduced in 1929, the PV650-series was the very first Volvo powered by a six-cylinder engine.
The 262C was built to shake Volvo’s staid reputation.
When I heard about a junkyard with a few “old little French cars,” I quickly drove over to investigate.
The person who amassed this collection had a penchant for Japanese and Swedish iron.
This small, regional show tends to offer an eclectic selection of cars.
A chance encounter while navigating side streets to avoid a traffic jam.
“There were plans to put a V8 in an Amazon,” says Volvo.