This classic car is for auction at online auction platform Catawiki. Please click here to place a bid an to find more information about this. English:This car comes from the Norwegian army. Produced in 1966 and used in the Trandum military camp, near Gardemon. It had been used by the cavalry officers until 2000, then it was sold to a private owner. It is more than 95% original (the opinion of an expert) and it is a very rare model. With a full equipment inside (the NATO wires, antenna, chains, electrical radio station box, shovel and more). It has 24 V NATO electric installation. The roof is convertible. With removeable doors and windows. The mileage - 23 000 km. 1.8 l gasoline engine. The four-wheel drive - efficient, the reducer as well. Great in mud and hard terrain. The frame without damages and rust. The body is in very good condition, with a little rust on the fenders. The camouflage pattern on the body is made with the original template. The condition of the body - 8/10. It drives very well. The engine starts without a problem and runs smoothly. The gears work perfectly. With some leaks, which is typical for a 50 year old vehicle. No damages. Watch a video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iptfzwoqw0YSpecification:The Volvo from the Norwegian army, the “Felt” version. The model, commonly referred to as "Valp", is rarely seen in Poland. The “Felt” version is a real rarity - not only in Poland, but also abroad. It is preserved in the original condition in more than 95%, which is confirmed by the opinion of an expert. Very low mileage - 23 000 km. The vehicle is functional. The engine starts and works very well. With a four-cylinder gasoline engine with a capacity of 1.8 l (it is not much, but enough). All the gears change smoothly and without griding. The four-wheel drive - efficient, the reducer as well. A great off-road vehicle. All the fluids (oils, engine coolant, brake fluid) maintenance and checks have been performed. The brakes, ignition system, fuel supply system and engine after minor repairs, controls and parts replacements. With some leaks, which is typical for a 50 year old vehicle. The frame without damages and rust. The body also without traces of corrosion. I have put a lot of work and money into this car. This is an old army off-road vehicle, so it has a few shortcomings, but its overall visual and technical condition is very good.