How about a bit of contrast to today’s headroom-challenged 262C? RJ found this Volvo TP21 in Vilnius,
Estonia Lithuania maybe doing a bit of work for the company whose logo it so proudly displays. The TP21 is the gnarliest Volvo, built in the late ’50s for the military. It was built between 1953-1957, and then used for decades by the Swedish Defense Force. The body had been used on another Volvo:
The PV830, which had been Volvo’s large car since the late ’30s, and was commonly used as a taxi.
Is this the Volvo I’ve heard of referred to as a “Sugga”?
There is a variety of these Red Bull Sugga conversions. They seem to have been done by a different shops depending on location. I’ve seen two. One based of Chevrolet K5 Blazer than had quite good proportions. The other off a 2012 Ford F-350 SuperDuty chassis with a widened body. The second one was built at 360 Fabrication in BC.
K5 based 1956 Sugga.
Saw another Red Bull DJ truck. This one is a widened and lengthened 1957 Volvo Sugga and based on a 2012 Ford F-350 SuperDuty chassis.
I think Vilnius is in Lithuania. At least you’re in the right general area.
The Estonia plate made me lazy. 🙂 I’ll wake up and fix it now.
A friend of mine had one of these Volvo Sows with a Cadillac 500″, very nice veichle, but I would prefer an original one today with the flathead six.