1950 Volvo PV444

01 Jul

Volvo PV is a Swedish classic car. The PV444 model was constructed during the second world war and the purpose was to build a smaller car with good fuel economy that would assure the company’s future. The PV444 quickly become very popular in Sweden and become the car of the people, “folkbilen”. A total of 196 005 units of the PV444 where made between 1944 to 1958. In 1958 the PV544 model was introdced which where a modernised version of the PV444 model. Like its predecessor the PV544 was very popular and until 1965, when the last PV left the factory in Lundby, a total of 243 996 units of the PV544 were produced. This black beauty from 1950 was spotted on the Day of Steam in Mariefred 2011.

A Swedish classic, Volvo PV444, from 1950 parked outside Mariefreds Värdshus on the Day of Steam 2011.

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Posted by on July 1, 2011 in Mariefred, Photo, Veteran Cars


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