Few owners: ’61 Volvo 210 Duett
The name Duett comes from Volvo management’s wishes to have a suitable commercial vehicle that can be used as a passenger vehicle on weekends. Hence one vehicle, 2 uses and the name Duett. Clever those Swedes were back then. Another little known fact (unless you are a Volvo trivia expert) is that the Duett was built on an old ladder type frame to simplify the fitting of special commercial bodies. The seller says it has had only one owner since ’82 but doesn’t say how many before ’82. Not sure how relevant the comment is. What is important is that it is in good running order and in original condition. Sellers do take license with the term original. We think it means from the factory and untouched. Others use it to describe the use of original parts and color in the refurbishment of the car in question. The Volvo club world has a pretty deep bench and that is where the next owner will likely come from. The asking price is $17,500. Click here for the listing.