1967 Volvo Woody Wagon?

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  1. MrMister

    MrMister New Member

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    1967 woody wagon volvo - $3500 (lbc)

    Date: 2011-08-21, 5:59PM PDT
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    One of a kind,,Needs to be restored,,phone 562-225-9944 591-2300



    http://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/cto/2559057212.html

    Is this really a '67? Looks like a 57 type body style. I didn't research so I don't know.
     

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    Fat Tedy Island Red Neck

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    I know they kept that body style for years, but I also havn't searched around for info.

    But holy crap, I think it's kinda cool. I've never sean or heard of a real woody Volvo....if infact it is real and not some done back in the day convertion. I do kinda like it being a 2 door and all, hope some one with more info about this/these can post.

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    I like Volvos and did some quick looking.. It's a P445 40's-50's and appears to be a custom that was perhaps done in 1967? The rear fenders are off of a P444 coupe. Interesting build though. Actually looking at the bad roof seam you could also throw a guess that this is actually a P444 coupe with a wagon roof grafted on
     
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    I agree. That's exactly what it looks like. It's not a 'Duett' (which is a P444 wagon), because the Duett didn't have tack-on rear fenders - it was straight-sided in the back. Good detective work, NY.
     
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    That could be way cool...
     

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