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  • serkserk (@serk) Queensland
    This was on FB marketplace about 3 weeks ago for 13k!
  • In regards to the price it’s nothing special. It’s in the “parts car” era of 240s. (1986 - 1991) its a lame colour way including the wheels. No genuine Volvo swag about it. Just another Volvo shell with an ls1
    Vee_QueGhettobird
  • Ex850RSnoopy (@Ex850R) Somewhere Over the Rainbow. Melbourne.
    edited May 27
    In regards to the price it’s nothing special. It’s in the “parts car” era of 240s. (1986 - 1991) its a lame colour way including the wheels. No genuine Volvo swag about it. Just another Volvo shell with an ls1

    Then most 240s are lame..
    I agree after enduring ownership of several of the money pits that only gave me some good times in the 87 245 but it was the biggest pain too...

    Best part of this is the non Volvo....
    In regards to the price it’s nothing special. It’s in the “parts car” era of 240s. (1986 - 1991) its a lame colour way including the wheels. No genuine Volvo swag about it. Just another Volvo shell with an ls1

    Then most 240s are lame..
    I agree after enduring ownership of several of the money pits that only gave me some you in the 87 245 but it was the biggest pain too...

    Best part of this is the non Volvo....

    Agreed on motor.
    In regards to the price it’s nothing special. It’s in the “parts car” era of 240s. (1986 - 1991) its a lame colour way including the wheels. No genuine Volvo swag about it. Just another Volvo shell with an ls1

    You're right; it's not a 1987 740.

    Those cars are super popular

    Surely that’s sarcasm

    Surely you get it....It's a Volvo forum...
    goodenough
  • jackafricaricho (@jackafrica) Hobart Tasmania
    edited May 27
    No heater or aircon is a negative.
    Lack of speedo is a fail.
    The conversion and work must be sound ( has a mod plate ), it's a pity the small details couldn't have been sorted with the same attention to detail.

    Was the '86 body the last of the non galvanised?
    carnut1100Vee_Que
  • In regards to the price it’s nothing special. It’s in the “parts car” era of 240s. (1986 - 1991) its a lame colour way including the wheels. No genuine Volvo swag about it. Just another Volvo shell with an ls1

    You're right; it's not a 1987 740.

    Those cars are super popular
    Ex850R
  • In regards to the price it’s nothing special. It’s in the “parts car” era of 240s. (1986 - 1991) its a lame colour way including the wheels. No genuine Volvo swag about it. Just another Volvo shell with an ls1

    Then most 240s are lame..
    I agree after enduring ownership of several of the money pits that only gave me some you in the 87 245 but it was the biggest pain too...

    Best part of this is the non Volvo....

    Agreed on motor.
    In regards to the price it’s nothing special. It’s in the “parts car” era of 240s. (1986 - 1991) its a lame colour way including the wheels. No genuine Volvo swag about it. Just another Volvo shell with an ls1

    You're right; it's not a 1987 740.

    Those cars are super popular

    Surely that’s sarcasm
  • jamesincJames (@jamesinc) Oz Volvo Ice Fortress
    edited May 30
    No heater or aircon is a negative.
    Lack of speedo is a fail.
    The conversion and work must be sound ( has a mod plate ), it's a pity the small details couldn't have been sorted with the same attention to detail.

    Was the '86 body the last of the non galvanised?
    Yeah for $17k you'd want the whole package, and not having a working speedo is a bit dumb when it's such an easily fixed problem (signal modulator from the transmission)

    Beyond that, though, a V8 240 wagon is a great idea, period!
  • The big question is;

    Would we pay 17k for this?
    Or pay 17k for the Turbo 244?
  • Ex850RSnoopy (@Ex850R) Somewhere Over the Rainbow. Melbourne.
    The big question is;

    Would we pay 17k for this?
    Or pay 17k for the Turbo 244?

    9K for an S80V8 and have a nice car not an old shttr with a big chev in it.....
    Volvirgingoodenough
  • The big question is;

    Would we pay 17k for this?
    Or pay 17k for the Turbo 244?

    Good question Daniel but it’s a no brainer the 244
    nugget_940
  • edited May 31
    The big question is;

    Would we pay 17k for this?
    Or pay 17k for the Turbo 244?

    9K for an S80V8 and have a nice car not an old shttr with a big chev in it.....

    Without this old shitter, that nice car of yours wouldn't exist
  • jamesincJames (@jamesinc) Oz Volvo Ice Fortress
    The big question is;

    Would we pay 17k for this?
    Or pay 17k for the Turbo 244?
    Neither for me, I'd much rather make my own
    serkVolvoHordzGhettobirdgoodenough
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