Volvo News – MVS Newsletter – September 2018

Volvo newsletter September 2018
Volvo newsletter September 2018

Volvo News September 2018

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When The C30 & S60 Went Racing

Recent Volvo history alert: I photographed one of the two racing C30s from K-Pax’s 2011-2012 campaigns: A Short History of Volvo Touring and GT Cars. Also includes an interview with Dax Raub of 3R Racing, who built and supported the cars, and who worked with Volvo extensively on tuning these C30s, and also the very-winning K-Pax S60s.

The New Volvo V60 Cross Country is Out!

Here’s Volvo’s latest release of a seemingly unending line of new models. Volvo’s renaissance volume dial goes up to 11.

Considering purchase of 2008 XC70

Awesome thread for anyone thinking about buying one of a 2008+ XC70.

A tools show off thread

oragex starts a brilliant topic on favorite tools: “Here’s my fav ratchets, both 3/8, a very small but sturdy Stanley and a Pittsburgh Pro extendable for added torque…”

2003 XC90 T6 69k miles … Run away or Buy?

MVS superContributor SuperHerman talks about the differences between Gen 1 and Gen 2 XC90 models.

RWD! V8 conversion VHS video from 20-ish years ago

A horrible, grainy, dated video… and a must-see for any Volvo RWD swap fans.

GCP Genuine Classic Parts Volvo Original Parts (SE)

A great resource for 1990s and older Volvo model owners. You can find parts here that are unavailable even at a dealer. “Genuine Classic Parts ensures the supply of spare parts for older Volvo Cars”.

Subframe bushing tool DIY

Post  by amblerman shows us how to make a tool that makes replacing a subframe in a P80 easier.

Save Your Hard-Earned Money

IPD End of Summer Sale and  eEuroparts Fall Clearance sales are on now.

QOTM

“I was 15 when I first drove my 1995 Volvo wagon. I am 37 today and still driving it. First car I ever drove.” – MVS Contributor wheelsup in this post

POTM

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