Often parked neatly on a street local to me is this Volvo 240 GL saloon.
Hunkered down on black banded steel wheels, G821 KNG has a look that’s reminiscent of the epic Group A ‘flying brick’ 240 Turbos that dominated touring car racing in the 80s.
It turns out that this example is also far more potent than when it left the factory thanks to the addition of a forged B230ft turbo engine transplanted from a Volvo 940.
G821 KNG is in really good shape and had just 88,553 miles on its odometer at its last MOT. The roof rack and genuine Volvo towbar are also nice details.
Gone are the days of cheap Volvos from this era, with low mileage examples such as this now commanding strong money amongst enthusiasts.
|Registration Number:||G821 KNG|
|Model:||240 GL Saloon|
|First registered (UK):||14th February 1990|