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.