- How To Buy A Volvo 240 Turbo
$1,000 for a 240 Turbo sounds good as long as it is in good condition, maybe not perfect but solid, straight, and sound. Volvo did not have a DL Turbo, the car will either be a DL which is their lower level model...
- Volvo 240 Classic
My friend's Volvo 240 Classic here in Denver - a few photos for you to enjoy. This 240 is dressed in Ruby Red, and is #420 of 1600. Between 1966 and 1993, Volvo’s bread-and-butter car was the stolid, safe and reliable 1966-74 140 Series and updated 1975-93 240 Series. Available in two-door sedan (through 1985), four-door sedan, and station wagon variants, they found favor with buyers wanting “a car to believe in” as Volvo’s tag line stated in the ’80s. But all good things must come to an end, and the new front wheel drive 850 was in line to replace the venerable 240. But not before one last fling. Volvo knew that the 240 was much-loved, and to celebrate the car’s life from 1975-93, a final-edition Classic model was introduced. Available only in April…
- Tune Up & Engine Bay Basics
New to DIY'ing? Start here. These are wonderful iPD overview videos for the novice DIY'er. The video's host goes over where parts are in the engine bay, what they do, and why they're important. Tune Up Talk 2001+ models http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLnNqCKlwww Tune Up 850/70 series models http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZtJWq7xd68 Tune Up Basics for Volvo 200, 700, and 900 with 4 cylinder engines from 1976-1995 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTlZRq5YztY