The Volvo Estate

Design Icon & Faithful Companion

The Volvo Estate
Format: Hardback, 160 Pages
ISBN: 9781787110755
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At last a dedicated publication that explains the history of the world's most versatile station wagon, a global workhorse, and comfortable family vehicle. Sweden’s answer to Germany’s people’s car arrived some 20 years earlier and quickly paved the way for safe and dependable vehicles.

The Volvo Estate chronicles the evolution of the Volvo estate car, with every model featured. Whether you are a Volvo lover or just have a general interest in cars, this book offers an informative and interesting look into a car that has had very little media coverage despite its vast global sales success and the affection it holds with so many.

The author

Ashley Hollebone has over 20 years experience within the film industry, which ranges from the art department to an Action Vehicle Coordinator. As a motoring journalist, he has written for numerous titles and motoring shows. From teaching actors to driving strange vehicles and road-testing, his life revolves around cars in the media. Ashley also has a passion for pre-war motoring.

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Format: Hardback, 160 Pages
ISBN: 9781787110755
Illustrations: 319 color & b-w photos
Size: 8.1 in x 8.1 in / 205.74 mm x 205.74 mm

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