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Scandcar’s engines are manufactured according to the most modern requirements. Therefore, Scandcar guarantees that all reconditioned engines can compete with brand new factory engines. With Scandcar, you will get a written warranty. Our cylinder heads are standard for use of unleaded petrol and LPG, even the B4B and B16! Scandcar supplies loose short blocks and
Scandcar offers various parts for the Volvo Penta engines. In principle all types are available. In our parts shop, Scandcar has a special section for Volvo Penta Engines. In addition, Scandcar has overhauled engine for the Volvo Penta. Click here to order Volvo Penta parts
In early 1959 (two years after the first attempt to produce the Volvo Sport), Volvo presented a new sports car. Initially the new car was known as the Volvo sport, but at a later stage, this was changed to the P1800. This new sports car, of which the production started in 1961, had an
In the 1980s and 1990s Volvo Cars produced the 740, 760, 940 and 960 series. The 740/760 series were launched in 1982, followed by the 940 and 960 in 1990. The 740, which was designed by Jan Wilsgaard, was initially meant as replacement for the 240 model, but Volvo decided to continue production of the
One of the series in which Scandcar is specialised is the Volvo 240 and 245, the hit of the 70s and 80s. After slightly changing design and safety aspects, the 240 series became one of most successful series ever, with the Volvo 244 and Volvo 245 as showpieces. The Volvo 244 was the robust sedan
During the first decennia, the trucks and busses dominated the Volvo production. When in 1931, the ten thousandth vehicle was produced, less than 40% were passenger cars. Only in 1949, Volvo started to produce more passenger cars than trucks. At that time, Volvo supplied approximately three thousand cars per annum, predominantly the PV444 model. The
Since the first production of the Volvo Amazon in 1956, the car has been known for its reliability. Although the production already stopped in 1970, still today, more than 15,000 Amazons are driving around in Sweden alone. When in 1964 the one millionth Amazon 120 was delivered, Volvo was the biggest company in Sweden. Volvo