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1966 122S in Auburn, CA. All NEW: poly bushings and IPD sway bars front and rear, front and rear brakes, wheel cylinders, brake adjusters, axle support straps, emergency brake cables, shoe hardware kit, KYB shocks in rear (good Bilstein's in front), ball joints, steering rod ends, stainless brake hoses, brake and clutch master cylinders and slave cylinder. Drums and rotors turned. Swing arms re-bushed. Brake light contact switch changed from hydraulic to mechanical contact at brake pedal. B-18 with '74 fuel injected head that is newly surfaced and complete valve job. All NEW: Isky cam, lifters, double valve springs, pushrods, retainers and seals. This is a dual pattern cam with 0.428" lift and 268 deg duration. Fiber cam gear replaced with steel unit from a Volvo Penta motor. Exhaust manifold changed to 2 into 1. SEV Marchal 55A alternator (tested at 52A) with IPD mounting bracket and adjustable voltage regulator added with new grounding straps. NEW electric cooling fan with adjustable temperature control. SU's totally rebuilt with new throttle shafts line-reamed and re-bushed. New air filters, piston springs (red), needles (KD), and Grose jets. LED bulbs used in turn signals, brake lights, parking lights, and back-up lights (which necessitated switching to LED instrument bulbs and compatible flasher). Mitsubishi bucket seats and retractable belts installed. Fuel tank removed, cleaned, and sealed with POR products. Heater fan box disassembled, cleaned, and painted, plastic fan replaced, heat exchanger thoroughly cleaned, and new seals installed at control doors. The car is straight but leaves something to be desired cosmetically. No stainless side trim. There's more. Kent Campbell 530-320-1697 Asking $3,500
1968 Volvo 122. Solid car, good, reliable driver. Sound body. All trim pieces present, all electricals functional. B20, with M41; OD works, does not slip. iPD cast aluminum valve cover. Car does not smoke. Weber DGV; just rebuilt. Interior is fair; mostly original; some rips/tears. Rear seat bottom is currently being re-stitched. Newer carpet kit. Most suspension bushings have been replaced. Newer tires, newer shocks (2 Bilsteins, 2 Konis). Rare brake booster. Ex-California car. Car is a driver; would need some interior and paint/body work to make it a show car, but the floorpan is sound. Three dime sized bubbles in the body, some Bondo behind the right rear wheel, and one spot at the rear of the driver's side front fender which will need to be stripped, repaired and repainted to make it pristine. Selling the 122 to fund my 142 race car. $5200 email@example.com 503 613-7844
Barn Find! 1965 Volvo 122S 2-door rolling chassis/project car from Tucson, ARIZONA Now for Sale. Extremely solid, almost 100% rust-free â€“ just uncovered in Central MA barn. $2,800. Never driven in snow or salt. EXCELLENT, straight body. One of the best I've seen in the Northeast or anywhere. 4-speed sedan. Very well preserved with desiccant in a dry barn with red oxide sprayed over any thin paint/exposed steel during storage (see pix). Ideal for driver or resto: drop in motor to running-when-parked-with-great-compression; to 0.030â€overbored, machined, balanced, yet-to-be-assembled B20 â€œkitâ€). Needs headliner. Complete, stock 122S otherwise, plus: â€¢ Early AC - decent shape, all there, worked when parked ($$$ try finding one!) â€¢ Nice bumpers with great chrome (will indeed polish up nicely) â€¢ Bilstein shocks ($100+ each new) â€¢ Near-perfect OEM dash PAD ($350+ new today) â€¢ Uncut, original dash â€¢ Original radio â€¢ Clean MA title Fire extinguisher mount supports original owner report that car was a desert racer in Tucson. Huge custom exhaust and hot motor (both now sold) that came with car when I bough it also support this â€“ kinda cool history. Outstanding original Swedish steel everywhere, except: 1. Typical perforations in front floors (new panels easily sourced for about $100) 2. Isolated damage to right radiator support / bumper mount area (see pix) â€¢ From original owner fender-bender in early 80â€™s â€¢ Isolated to far right front corner â€“ well ahead of front axle â€¢ Was repaired and car driven for many years afterward â€¢ Both doors open and close perfectly â€¢ Tracked perfectly straight before I tucked it way it in early 90â€™s â€¢ I would not have spent the $ to buy & transport to MA if it were serious 3. Typical surface rust around battery tray Was originally cream / beige. Repainted light avocado (green 91) by original owner. Hood is not original to this car, supports story of fender bender by original owner. Other than area noted
1967 Volvo 220 Station wagon. Restoration completed on rust free 1967 Volvo 220 with 82,000 original miles. The exterior color was converted from a light green, Volvo paint code 91, to a 1969 Cadillac colonial yellow. The engine and transmission, all of the wiring, all of the glass, all of the rubber, and all of the interior including the headliner were removed prior to painting the car. The car was reupholstered in the original dark green Volvo code No. 517-539/520-556. A new dash cover and headliner were installed. Every grommet, seal, and suspension bushing has been replaced. New black carpeting and a new black firewall rug were installed. The brake booster was rebuilt, a rear window defroster was installed, and a CD radio with 4 speakers and an automatic antenna were installed. The wheels, the front cross member and A arms, and the inside trim around the windshield were all painted body color. The engine is a slightly modified B20 that puts out around 135 hp. The generator has been replaced with an 80-amp alternator. The transmission is a factory installed M41 overdrive. The car has IPD antisway bars front and rear, new overload springs in the rear, and new KYB Gas-a-just shocks in the front. Brakes are dual circuit power brakes from a 1968 Canadian 122. The car has a period roof rack. The car has yellow lens Kinby 5" fog lights. The car has a 1-1/4 inch trailer hitch receiver. The bumpers and all of the stainless steel trim are original. The car had been hit in the left rear quarter panel. This area was repaired, with new sheet metal welded around the wheel opening to restore the original contour of the wheel opening. When I got the car it had fiberglass front fenders and nose. These were replaced with new Volvo metal fenders and nose. The car has all new 165R15 tires and a new battery. $18,000. Will trade for Volvo C30. dan_button@ tds.net, 603-523-6932 Thank you IPD