1971 Volvo 145S.

March 12, 2015

7 comments
1971 Volvo 145S wagon
1971 Volvo 145S wagon
1971 Volvo 145S wagon

7 comments:

Richard said...

Growing up I never particularly cared for Volvos. At this point in time I do appreciate them. I wouldn't be surprised if that wagon has a standard (Stick Shift) transmission

Dad/Mark said...

Please post more pictures of vintage Volvos, in any and all condition.
Thanks,
Dad

Calvin said...

I dunno exactly what's going on with those back windows, but what happened to vent or otherwise interesting rear windows? On most if not all modern coupes, the rear seat windows are fixed. Likewise crossovers that have little third windows. I honestly feel like my opinion of modern jellybeans would substantially improve if this was changed.

RoadmasterMike said...

Agreed with Calvin's comments on the rear windows. Fresh air is indeed an endangered species with modern cars and once electronic toll/parking collection becomes universal look for sealed front windows to be next! I guess we are all supposed to use the AC 365 days a year no matter how nice it is outside.

The GM Colonnade wagons had little flip out vents on the back windows....haven't seen one of those in a while.

Christopher Rhoades said...

Is this a LWB version?

Hellberg said...

That is a 1969 or 1970.

neilvis.presley said...

@christopher rhoades - nope, standard 145.

@Hellberg - I think it's a '69. Didn't those rear side windows go to one piece in '70?