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1981 Volvo 2 Door on 2040-cars

US $2,300.00
Year:1981 Mileage:207175
Location:

Borden, Indiana, United States

Borden, Indiana, United States

i have a 1981 volvo 240 dl ( 2 DOOR ) body in great shape no RUST eng. runs and drives great with a new napa battery fresh oil change new plugs and wires AND a new pick up coil which cost 650. by it's self. my reserve is low for this car if you want pictures of the interior PLEASE text or send a email my number is 812-225-0775 i do not have paypal so don't ask to pay with it. you pay cash in person. i'm living at a motel with no money if i had money i would keep the car but my life sucks i can't afford this motel and it's the cheapest in town. my loss your gain.

PLEASE NO TIRE KICKERS.

 

for extra pictures go to louisville ky. craigslist and look for 1981 volvo

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Volvo makes the XC60 disappear into art

Sun, 16 Jun 2013 09:01:00 EST

For the last few years, Volvo has set up an art display in the Zurich, Switzerland central train station called the Volvo Art Session, allowing select artists - both established and up-and-coming - to create temporary exhibits with one of Volvo's products acting as the centerpiece. This year, six artists from across Europe converged in Zurich to turn a 2014 Volvo XC60 into a work of art.
Each started with a blank white canvas, creating a massive display in what Volvo says is one of the busiest covered public places in Europe, and after each was done, it was all erased for the next artists to come in and do his or her thing. While some made the XC60 a focal point in the art, others made the crossover seemingly disappear. We have a gallery of all six finished pieces, but if you want to see background of the artists or time-lapse videos of their works, head over to VolvoArtSessions.com. This site also shows the exhibits from the prior two years, and a press release can be found below.

Volvo and Ericsson to take Spotify on the road

Thu, 27 Dec 2012 08:25:00 EST

Volvo is working to bring Spotify to its vehicles. Ericsson has announced it will provide its Connected Vehicle Cloud service to Volvo for future products, and Spotify streaming music is part of that service. Like Toyota Entune and other infotainment services, the Connected Vehicle Cloud will use the driver's smartphone as a modem to stream music and serve as a base for other applications, all of which will be controllable through the vehicle interface. Expect to see the service launch in 2014, though Ericsson stresses later generations will feature an embedded modem with its own SIM card that will piggyback off of the owner's phone data plan.
But that system won't show up in production vehicles until at least 2016. In the interim, Ericsson says it will continue to work with government agencies on its car-to-car communication efforts. That program could eventually help pave the way toward autonomous road trains capable of helping vehicles travel safely together while also reducing traffic congestion. Wired has a full break down of the Connected Vehicle Cloud strategy. You can read it here.

Volvo Pure Tension concept folds solar charging pavilion into trunk

Tue, 16 Jul 2013 11:03:00 EST

Even by the 'anything-goes' standards of concept cars, this one is a head-spinner: the "Pure Tension" Volvo V60 Pavilion, commissioned by Volvo Italy and winner of the Pure Volvo Pavilion Design competition. The alien form seen hovering all over the rendered V60 is a pavilion, as in the kind erected for trade shows or outdoor events. Developed by Synthesis Design + Architecture, Buro Happold, and Fabric Images, the pavilion is a flexible mesh structure held in place by a carbon fiber rods.
What's more, the mesh is embedded with photovotaic cells so that the pavilion can absorb energy from the sun or indoor lighting, making it a portable charging station. It can power itself or the crossover, the V60 at the center of it all being a diesel hybrid that plugs straight into the pavilion. When it's time to go, the entire structure can be folded small enough to fit in the trunk of the car.
We're told it will be shown in September in Rome. Even if we never see this particular creation on the streets, it's comfortable proof that our future will eventually be wilder than we can imagine.