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1958 Volvo PV444

I recently purchased this car from California looking to start a new project. Well, we just purchased a new house and now I have no room! Take advantage of a RUST-FREE California car! You NEVER see PVs on the road in our area (Long Island, NY) - this car gets a lot of attention.

The Good:
B16 Engine runs strong.
Brakes were recently redone by the previous owner
New distributor cap, wires, plugs.
New oil and oil filter.
The car shifts through all the gears and is a pleasure to drive.
The original 6 volt system is still present and the lights, wipers, horn and turn signals are in working condition.
New 6volt Battery
Battery tender (Trickle Charger) included.
Previous owner upgraded the original generator to a 6volt Alternator.
I scanned the original California Title.
The Speedometer works
The Fuel Gauge appears to be working (I have not let it go below half).

There is a small after market gauge cluster for oil pressure. This appears to be in working condition - it does show pressure when the car starts and runs.
The heater blower does not work - I have not had a chance to investigate. The previous owner stated that it did work before it was shipped.
The chrome is in passable condition.
The car is not in the original Volvo Midnight Blue. It was resprayed what appears to be a British Mineral Blue, which does suit the car.
The paint has many flaws, particularly on the hood. But as you can see from the picture from 10-15feet away the car really shines!

This is a DRIVER condition vehicle, NOT a trailer queen. Buy the car, take the family for a cruise and have fun!

email me for more information or additional pictures by request:
[email protected]

Click here to View the car on Craigslist

I can supply more pictures. Reply by email and come and see this rare beauty.

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