What a cool car and look how happy the guy is that you appreciated it too! Ahhhh...you made his day!
Dang! Now that's an OPC that I wouldn't mind having.Sure the guys smiling. Who wouldn't? The show-off...Heck that's a darn nice Volvo. That's a heckuva lucky find.Great job, Benster
He and heather would make a cute couple. I think she would like his Volvo too.
i miss heather.
I always think it's strange that this is a 1963 car. It looks like an American car from the 1940s...
@ Ace McGraw, exactly what I always thought. I always thought that everything aft of the front end took a major design Que from the 46-48 ford sedans. this is a great Volvo, probably my favorite Volvo of all time. It's great to see an enthusiastic owner in the pictures.I would have loved to chat up the owner and look over every detail of his beautiful ride.
We do need more Heather.
Nice Volvo, seen a few of these lying around here in los Angeles. Great find, and nice to see a big ol smile on the proud owners face.Who's Heather btw?
aw yeah. happy owner ftw.i've been to that napa a few times.i like tiny cars, but the disappointing thing about these is how small they are inside, and the awkward, tiny, un-ergonomic side windows. i recall that i couldn't really roll down the window and hang my elbow on the sill in a comfortable seating position--which is a big part of the old-timey driving experience for me.really nice sunset colors in the clouds there.
Heather is Calluna Vulgaris. She is a bonnie lass.
Jaffarians is still in business, and still selling Volvo's about 2 miles from where I live, Weird that car ended up so far away.
Hey all,I'm the guy in the photos with the car. Yep, this car makes me happy. Chris
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