Farewell To Our Volvo 122 Project

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It was hard to do, but last week I said farewell to my 1964 Volvo 122. With two British cars in the garage and one of them in daily service, I have my hands full. And although I like to find cars that have been stored for many years, I don’t have the heart to let mine sit for too long. If I’m not working on or enjoying a car, it has to go! After getting the Volvo running we hadn’t done much with it, so I listed it locally and after entertaining numerous tire kickers, I ended up finding a buyer over in Washington. He had restored a couple of these in the past, so at least that provided some consolation. I would have liked to have gotten the car a little further along before cutting it loose, but at least it was left a little better than when we found it. Let’s just hope the new owner is gracious enough to send in an occasional progress update as this old Amazon returns to the road!

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Comments

  1. jim s

    so remind me what vehicles we have in the BF garage. no one can save them all and it does sound like you found someone who knows these. good deal and update.

  2. NOSLEEPATALL

    Had 2 of them, one 2 door dual carb and a four door with a rebuilt engine. 5 door got scrapped and took forever to sell the 2 door :(

  3. Dave at OldSchool

    wish you had let us know it was up for sale………

  4. Ken

    Nice that u freed up some space…you are so big on ask..starting bid…buy it now $$

    So what did you get for it inquiring minds minds wish to know market values just in case another one pops up in our area.

  5. Jesse Mortensen Jesse Staff

    Sorry for not sharing it here first. The sale was a quick and easy one to a guy who I think will take good care of it. I got $1,300 for it which I think was very fair for such a solid and original car.

    • Dave at OldSchool

      sure..at 1300 it was quick and easy………….. I have two drivers in WA, and WA OR and Idaho 444/544/ and 122S’ come here all the time………….maybe next time you’ll let the group know ahead of time, I don’t think we are a cheap bunch….. ..no big deal, it’s just a car…

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