AOL Autos has been following Irv Gordon and his journey to three million miles in his 1966 Volvo P1800 for a while. Today he announced that he is within 50 miles of his goal and plans to reach it sometime today.
- Zach Bowman
- Jul 9, 2012
If you've been following these pages for a while, you may remember Irv Gordon and his 1966 Volvo P1800. The duo have found their way onto these pages twice before: first back in 2007 when the machine cruised past 2.6 million miles and then again in 2011 when the machine picked up an additional 300,000. Now Gordon has just 34,000 miles to go before rolling past the three million mile mark. He bought the coupe brand-new in 1966, and while the engine has been rebuilt twice in the intervening 46 yea
- Zach Bowman
- Dec 9, 2011
It's been 50 years since Volvo introduced the P1800, and the Swedish automaker has chosen to mark the occasion by releasing a few sketches of what a modern interpretation of the sports coupe would look like. Christopher Benjamin, chief designer with Volvo, just so happens to be a big fan of the P1800 and worked up the sketches as part of a Twitter chat with fans of the brand. Needless to say, the sketches have created a serious stir among the Volvo faithful, but the company has made it clear the
- Noah Joseph
- Jun 17, 2011
- Jeff Glucker
- Mar 11, 2011
Remember Mattias Vöcks' design of a modern Volvo P1800? A member of forum Swedespeed.com sure does, and that person's using it as the inspiration for their own custom P1800.
- Dan Roth
- Jan 5, 2007
If a car's been sitting at a dealership for 34 years, you'd expect it to develop a certain amount of vehicular arthritis, in the form of brittle rubber, aged braking components and rodent havens. In the case of this Volvo 1800ES, originally owned by Gordon Turner, proprietor of Turner Volvo, it's recieved regular attention during the 10,000 miles it's accrued during its time as a demo car.
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