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Volvo PV653-9 : 1933

230 built.
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n/a In-line, 6-cylinder 80.0 1933 - 1935
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The Volvo PV653-9 was introduced in 1933. Comfortable, quiet and rugged cars for everyday use with reliable engines in traditional style.


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1933 Volvo PV653-9.

Specifications.
• Model: PV653-9
• Body: Saloon
• Engine: In-line 6-cyl, side valves; 3,670 cc; 84.14x110 mm; 80 bhp at 3,300 rpm.
• Transmission: 3-speed with free wheel, floor lever.
• Brakes: Hydraulic on all wheels.
• Dimensions: Wheelbase 2,950 or 3,550 mm.

230 PV653s were built between 1933 and 1935.

(source: Volvo)


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