1971 Volvo 144s

Price: US $1,500.00 Item location: Bernalillo, New Mexico, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Volvo
  • Model: Other
  • Trim: four door
  • Year: 1971
  • Mileage: ?
  • VIN: 1443343-233576
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: b-20
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Transmission: four sped
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: tan
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1971 Volvo Other

This is a movie picture car. In fact, t had a starring role in Sunbelt expressfilmed here in New Mexico. While not (yet) as iconic as Walter White's RV meth lab or Jessie Pinkman's 1986 Toyota Tercel, his isstill a very personable car with a lot of funk and heart. The car still has adiscretely located tow bar so it could be pulled by a camera truck. The B-18 engine was replaced with a B-20 and a Webber conversion. The rear brakes have been replaced. It runs and drives. The interior is decent considering how old it is. Email for more pictures of specific body details or moreinformation. Buyer is responsible for transport

On Oct-22-15 at 14:35:16 PDT, eller added the following information:


Update: Based on the huge interest and the large number of questions I've posted more pictures. There have been questions about the interior. The picture with white and a couple of rips are the only damage to the headliner. It is is good shape except for the small tears. The seats and the center console are in surprisingly good shape and must have been covered. The back seat has serious sun damage along the back. The door panels are in bad shape and all held together with duct tape. The dash has some cracks. Considering this is 1971, he interior is in decent shape except for the door panels.
The sticker on the windshield reads Suicidal Tendencies
Also, here have been a number of questions about it's roadworthiness to California. Of course nobody can predict that any car can make a trip with no problems. That said, ny highway travel would best be done under 65 as the car does not have overdrive. You could make another road trip movie about it if you elect to drive it to its new home rather than ship with a transporter.