Volvo Amazon was launched as a successor to the successful Volvo PV and was significantly more modern in comparison with the PV. The Amazon came in October 1961 in a two-door version and in a five-door version (station wagon) in February 1962. There was also a rapid demand for a sportier version of the Volvo Amazon. To meet these requirements, Volvo launched a GT version of the 120 series. The new car was named Volvo 123GT and was equipped with the Volvo B18B engine with an output of 115hp. In addition to this, the car received an extensive range of special equipment.
We can now present yet another example of a beautiful 123GT painted in Cherry red (# 46) and upholstered seats in black (# 417-515). This
The car has been carefully restored and renovated. Both externally and mechanically. The car was sold new on February the 17th, 1967 and has since then only had a few owners.
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