This 1973 Volvo 1800ES is one of approximately 8,100 sport wagons produced during a three-year run, and has spent time in Utah and Illinois prior to its recent acquisition. The car is powered by a fuel-injected 2.0-liter four mated to a 3-speed automatic transmission and features reupholstered seats, Hella driving lights. A December 2018 service included replacing the fuel pump, a safety inspection, and an oil change. This 1800ES is offered with a clean Illinois title. Originally California white, this Volvo 1800 ES was repainted in Volvo Correct yellow approximately 10 years ago according to the previous owner. Close-ups of the finish, tinted glass hatch door, badging, and other trim are provided in the gallery below. Hella driving lights are mounted on the front bumper, and brightwork includes a factory-style twin-tip exhaust outlet. Silver-painted factory 15 inch steel wheels wear polished trim rings and are mounted with newer 195/65 Pirelli P400 Touring tires. Disc brakes are equipped at each corner. The cabin features bucket seats reupholstered in black vinyl with gray fabricinserts. Smiths gauges include a tachometer, 120-mph speedometer, and 6-digit odometer displaying just under 74k miles, which are believed to be actual. The 2.0-liter B20 inline-four features Bosch D-Jetronic fuel injection and sends power to the rear wheels via a Borg-Warner Type 35 3-speed automatic transmission. Engine components including the valve cover and fan are color-matched to the body. Recent service included replacement of the fuel pump and an oil change. If you have been following these very low production end of a classic era Volvos, you probably have noticed their value appreciating rapidly in the last 18 to 24 months as have most Import Classic of its day. Now is the time to claim yours before they become unobtainable in price. Please review the photos of this very last model year Volvo 1800 and come to your own conclusion.If you require additional information or details please feel free to contact Dave at 630-327-8321. If you require shipping assistance, we can help you get your new ride delivered to your front door or place of business. Call Dave at 630-327-8321 for no charge assitance. - This 1973 Volvo 1800 ES 2dr 1800 ES Sport Wagon features a 2.0 LITER E20 4cyl Gasoline engine. It is equipped with a 3 Speed Automatic transmission. The vehicle is Yellow with a Black Cloth interior. - 15 inch Sport Package, Cloth Interior Surface - Contact David Rafus at 630-327-8321 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. -
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