Volvo P 1800 E coupe 1971 , Hollandia sunroof
This fabulous Volvo P 1800 E was new delivered in 1971. The car has the unique colour Midnight Blue combined with a black leather interior and a beautiful wooden dashboard. He also has the in 2011 rebuilt 1985 CC, 4 cyl B20 engine which drives great in combination with the manual gearbox with overdrive. This Volvo has the original Volvo P 1800 E wheels and a very unique Hollandia sunroof. So a P 1800 E in very good condition with a cloth sunroof.
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