Volvo 240 Estate - T-Shirt
- 6.1-ounce, 100% cotton
- Double-needle neck, sleeves and hem
- Direct to garment Digital Print
- Unisex Fit
- Reffer to Size Guide bellow to choose your size
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Volvo 240 Estate Dark Blue
On 21 August 1974, the Volvo 240 was shown to the media for the very first time. The model series would become an unprecedented success for Volvo and around 2.8 million would be produced over the course of 19 years. About one-third of all 240s sold were station wagons, which featured very large cargo space.
The Volvo 240 has become a collector's car, with the turbo being in particular demand among enthusiasts, with ever increasing prices being paid for more commonplace models in good condition. The availability of spare parts is good, and it is still possible to buy many parts through Volvo, with the range of newly produced components steadily increasing.
Because of its iconic boxy shape and turbocharged engine, which was unusual these days in estates, it became known as Turbo Brick amongst Volvo Enthusiasts. The Volvo 200 series is to date the Volvo's most produced model. In total, 2,862,573 cars were built between 1974 and 1993.