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Full Name: Bob Willits
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
10/14/2005
5:24 PM
Comments: Great site, I've got a 1967 Volvo 122s I use as a daily driver. Also ordered your brake light switch up-date.

 
Full Name: Steve Flynn
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Time:
8/29/2005
11:16 AM
Comments: The site is great !!! I'm into a 67 P1800 restoration and it's my first such project. I'm trying to get all the advice I can from seasoned Vets. My electrical worries me right now.

 
Full Name: TIFFY
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Time:
7/24/2005
3:51 AM
Comments: Nice Site , Look at mit Crash-car Site, Greetings TIFFY!!! (WWW.BONE-SHAKER.DE)

 
Full Name: luke mason
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Time:
7/12/2005
7:56 AM
Comments: exelent site, thank you very much for the great site

 
Full Name: Jerry Rogers
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Time:
6/7/2005
3:22 PM
Comments: Good stuff. Thanks for sharing. You can see my 1969 123GT with B20B motor at the web site above. It is a shame these beauties are no long produced.

 
Full Name: Mark Schoen
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Time:
3/26/2004
7:06 AM
Comments: I really enjoy your web site. It has given me many usefull tips as I restore my 1964 amazon station wagon.
Thanks

 
Full Name: george stady
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Date:
Time:
3/23/2004
11:11 AM
Comments: great source of info.

just recommishing my 68 1800, and you have really helped me with the 'lectrics.

(good intuitive site navigation too!)

cheers,
george

 
Full Name: GUS HILL
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Time:
2/26/2004
3:15 PM
Comments: GREAT SITE, CAN'T WAIT TO ORDER "GOODIES" FOR MY '65 1800, '62 544 AND '69 142,

 
Full Name: Devin
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
2/22/2004
9:16 PM
Comments: Looking to buy this infamous altrenator conversion kit, but cannot get any response. I have sent a few e-mails. If you happen to read this before reading the others, please let me know how I cn order one and how I can ask any questions. Looking forward to getting this '66 122 running.

 
Full Name: Will
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
1/31/2004
6:19 PM
Comments: Ron and Wendy, Great site! I'm a Volvo nut too. I've been working on my '67 1800 and should get it on the road in the next week or so.(I don't get to work on it too often. I've just about run out of parts so I must be near finished!)
I'd like to get two seat spring up grades from you, I think I'm shrinking.
E-mail me back with price and payment info. I couldn't get the other e-mail to work.
Will in Southern Maryland

 
Full Name: Juha J, Helsinki, Finland
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Date:
Time:
1/2/2004
2:09 PM
Comments: A great site indeed! Currently, my original 1969 Amazon P130 is cosily sleeping under a warm canvas...waiting for the spring to come.
Keep up the good work!

 
Full Name: Hugh Shorten
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Date:
Time:
12/29/2003
2:46 AM
Comments: I do like your website.
We own a 1963 Volvo 122S 4dr sedan which we are currently restoring. In fact I am shopping around for some bits & pieces; eg hood liner, rear over riders full set of door rubbers, guide channels for side glass, and a few other miscellaneous bits. However I get the impression that parts and freight to Australia are prohibitive from the US, and less of a wealth hazard from Sweden.
Regards, Hugh Shorten.

 
Full Name: bert
Home Page: http://www.horoskope-y.de
Date:
Time:
11/21/2003
1:48 AM
Comments: Mein Hobby ist es Gaestebuecher zu besuchen. Das ist immer ganz interessant und widerspiegelt so,
was die Leute im Internet wirklich denken.
War auch interessant bei Dir ! Bis zum naechsten Mal. (kann leider kein Englisch)
Bert

 
Full Name: Jim Hitt
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Date:
Time:
9/15/2003
8:51 PM
Comments: I can only give a big thanks for your upgrades, they are all very well engineered and without a doubt most necessary if you have a (in my case a 1965 1800S) vintage Volvo that you care about.
Thanks for your expertise Ron.

 
Full Name: Burt Diamond
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Date:
Time:
9/13/2003
8:26 AM
Comments: I enjoy the site and I hope that I can you use you folks as a resource for my 1800e.

 
Full Name: Dennis Catone
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Date:
Time:
9/6/2003
12:00 PM
Comments: I just bought my third 544(1964)but it has been over 30 years sinse I sold the 65 that made me a believer. For someone finally getting back to working on and enjoying a vintage Volvo, this web site is fantastic.

 
Full Name: Empire of Nick
Home Page: http://www.nyk.ch
Date:
Time:
8/29/2003
9:27 AM
Comments: Great Page! Check out mine too! http://www.nyk.ch

 
Full Name: Igboman
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
8/9/2003
5:35 PM
Comments: My Volvo is clean,I love it.Mugu.

 
Full Name: Paul D. Keith Jr. (PK)
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
7/8/2003
8:34 AM
Comments: Ron and Wendy
Great website ! I am going to read some of the articles although I am very much an electrical amateur which sounds alot like electrical engineer if you mumble it!

 
Full Name: Roy Cash
Home Page: http://www.intelab.com/vbpro/swem/
Date:
Time:
7/3/2003
9:30 AM
Comments: Great site; lots of useful info! Look forward to accessing the site for problems or challenges on my 71 1800E. Thanks for your continued dedication to vintage Volvos.
Roy Cash

 
Full Name: Cees Driesten
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
5/9/2003
3:19 PM
Comments: Nice site, very educational!

 
Full Name: Simon Tabone
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
3/10/2003
4:37 AM
Comments: I havee owned a 1961 B16 122-S Amazon since 1979. It is currently being restored and should be out of the paint shop soon (been there since August!).
I have original parts manuals for B16 & B18 Amazon's, P1800 and PV 544.
Will send photos as soon as I can.

Best regards
Simon
Malta (Look at a map of the Mediterranean, slap bang in the middle)

 
Full Name: Carl Schneide
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
2/18/2003
11:19 AM
Comments: Greetings and salutations!

I absolutely loved your web sight. I am going to love sending checks to you to save my Amazon(If I can get hwer out of the snow!)

It is so funny that you drink Absolute Volvo. Spend my Saterday nights in the local pub drinking Absolute Citon with tonic and lemon! Should be driving A Citroen 2CV! My sister loves the drink as well. She will die when she sees the bottle with Amazon! (She bought my Amazon for me-so a double wammy!)

I will definatly buy a fuse block and probably a remote key ect!

Love the bumper stickers! Will submit the one I made for my Amazon. Her name is Greta Garbo so I made a sticker for the window with a sultry Garbo asking the question "got garbo?"

Really glad I found you people!

Carl

 
Full Name: Dennis Nelson
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
1/27/2003
3:23 PM
Comments: Like your site-there can never be too many sources for parts&info on old Volvo's for me!

 
Full Name: Kevin Sanford
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
1/11/2003
6:22 PM
Comments: Hi, I have been a Volvo freak for 25 years. I now have owned 18 volvos, most of them 122's. Currently I own 2- 68' 123GT and a 66 122, both in excellent shape with new almost everything. I am looking for a vaccuum brake booster for the GT (late model). Any ideas? Kevin

 
Full Name: LB of sweden
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
11/8/2002
6:25 AM
Comments: Nice site. I´m proud owner of Volvo 3314 pu 4wd, nicknamed "Puppy". Nice when the snow gets deep.

 
Full Name: Bill Matuscak
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
10/4/2002
10:44 PM
Comments: I am restoring a 1957 PV444. Ron spent about two months helping me (via email) convert the car from 6v to 12v. He walked me through all the calculations and supplied me with dropping resistors for the 6v accessories. I was pesty and he was patient. Thanks to Ron, the lights shine bright on my 444!

 
Full Name: Bob Willits
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
10/3/2002
2:10 PM
Comments: I have a 1967 Volvo 122s, 1971 Volvo 145 & a 1984 245GLT and I'm always looking for sources for parts. Thanks for the great site.

 
Full Name: MICHAEL A TOYLOY
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
8/18/2002
4:38 PM
Comments: I OWN A1965 VOLVO P1800 AND I LIVE IN JAMAICA, I NEED HELP TO SOURCE PARTS.

 
Full Name: GeKo
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
7/29/2002
4:59 AM
Comments: I have had a lot of fun with your website. I'm the owner of the p121 with three frontlights (you remember?), so I don't know any darknes ;-) Greetings from Germany GeKo

 
Full Name: Joseph Saberito
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
4/5/2002
4:22 PM
Comments: From Brooklyn, New York
With my 1999 S70 and loving it, its a great car.

 
Full Name: STATHIS FTOHIDIS
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
2/12/2002
3:03 PM
Comments: I AM LOOKING TO FIND THE SITE OF THE SWEDISH EMBASSY IN GREECE.I DIDNT FOUND IT.COULD ANYONE HELP ME TO FIND IT,PLEASE?

 
Full Name: giampiero campus
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
2/1/2002
5:33 AM
Comments: Italian flag on your site: bellissimo lavoro, ed anche molto divertente...congratulazioni e continuate così!

 
Full Name: Bob Silvius
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
1/2/2002
4:08 PM
Comments: Good to find you. You have been duly bookmarked.

 
Full Name: chuck petterson
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
12/27/2001
5:44 PM
Comments: Super resource with a reasonable approach to the significance of elderly swedish machines.

 
Full Name: Jerry Sira`
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
12/18/2001
6:26 PM
Comments: great site for my 122. Have your alternator bracket and have about 7,500 trouble free miles!

 
Full Name: stanley
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
12/14/2001
12:23 PM
Comments: Hi Ron,
Although I am writing you primarily about the intermittent wiper upgrade I wanted to let you know how satisfied I am with the alternator upgrade I completed with the SWEM kit last spring. It's nice not to have to take that old generator in and out all the time due to problems with that ancient artifact.
Stanley

 
Full Name: robert prochot
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
10/18/2001
4:48 PM
Comments: I have six 262C COUPES.

 
Full Name: Chris Doyle
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
9/28/2001
6:18 PM
Comments: Just wanted to say my alternator kit has made the
charging system on my 67 100S run flawlessly.
Never a problem with running accessories like
the heater fan and fog lamps (which used to
tire the old generator)and start-ups have
never been better. A great mod to any
vintage Volvo. - Chris

 
Full Name: KUMAR MAHADEVAN
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
8/5/2001
2:08 AM
Comments: Would like to see more of the 122s.I learnt to drive in on at the age of 11!

 
Full Name: Rich Klomp
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
7/24/2001
12:04 PM
Comments: Just got on your site, so far it looks good.

 
Full Name: David Bernsohn
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
6/28/2001
3:11 PM
Comments: Have a 1967 122. Was referred to your site from
vclassics article on alternators.

 
Full Name: Bob Steele
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
6/27/2001
2:20 PM
Comments: On my 73 ES, the rear hatch hinges are getting worn. The glass is starting to hit the lower edge of trim. It's hard to find a good replacement. Anyway they can be restored? Seems the pot medal hole is now oblong.

 
Full Name: Joel Chauvot
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
5/27/2001
8:31 PM
Comments: Owner of a 1954 PV444 that I'm restoring. Used to own a 1959 PV544 that I restored 20+ years ago. I love this car model and want to retore to factory condition.

 
Full Name: Hans-Georg Kalinke
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
5/17/2001
6:11 AM
Comments: eine interessante Web-Seite. Ich wünsche weiter viel Spaß und Erfolg beim Volvo-Hobby. Viele Grüße von Hans-Georg Kalinke aus Gera/Thüringen in Deutschland.

 
Full Name: Jon Forrer
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
5/10/2001
8:00 AM
Comments: Just made the switch from VW's to My 65 122 this week. Glad I found Your page first. You Rock...

 
Full Name: ALFONSO JOVER
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
5/6/2001
1:36 PM
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Full Name: Aymat Chaintrier
Home Page: http://www.geocities.com/volvostory
Date:
Time:
5/6/2001
4:17 AM
Comments: Cool website!

Aymat from Belgium

 
Full Name: Rondo Bauer
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
4/21/2001
8:09 PM
Comments: The Jupiter 5 Rocket is on the road and making low-level flights once again! Check it out at http://www.homespunfarm.com/122/ ... I can't wait till you come out with a windshield wiper relay (fast and slow isn't enough), and the o-ring idea on the clutch slave cylinder works perfecto.

 
Full Name: Christian Flury
Home Page: http://cmflury.xodox.com
Date:
Time:
4/8/2001
4:07 PM
Comments: Hi, the adress of my page.......
http://cmflury.xodox.com

 
Full Name: Christian Flury
Home Page: http://cmflury.xodox.com
Date:
Time:
4/8/2001
4:06 PM
Comments: Hi and sorry my english!
It`s a nice Volvo- Site, i will make a link on my Homepage! Greetings from Switzerland

 
Full Name: Christian Flury
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
4/8/2001
4:04 PM
Comments: Hi and sorry my english!
It`s a nice Volvo- Site, i will make a link on my Homepage! Greetings from Switzerland

 
Full Name: Guðmundur Jón Hafsteinsson
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
3/29/2001
9:17 AM
Comments: amason 4door, b18 ,1966

 
Full Name: Hardy
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
3/26/2001
4:06 AM
Comments: Great Stuff !

GREETINGS FROM GERMANY...

I'm driving a RHD 122S...

Cheers
Hardy

 
Full Name: Rondo Bauer
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
3/7/2001
3:17 PM
Comments: I love your article on the Jupiter 5 Rocket #3! There's only one thing wrong... My name is Rondo, not Ron Jr. Just a little thing. It's so much cooler to have a history to go along with the car. And no, I don't think any Lexus owner would understand. I see there is a placeholder spot for pictures.. I have some in-the-process pictures at: http://www.homespunfarm.com/122/ and if you come and stay at Homespun Farm Bed and Breakfast you get to meet the wonderful Rocket #3!

Again, I really like the article and my mom is flattered by your "lovely and gracious" comment. I'll be sure to keep the page updated with all the new updates (the car should be painted and registered in just a couple weeks!!!).

 
Full Name: Aymat
Home Page: http://www.geocities.com/volvostory
Date:
Time:
2/16/2001
5:59 AM
Comments: Great website! People interested in Volvo cars history can visit my website: http://www.geocities.com/volvostory
Enjoy!

 
Full Name: Jon Norstog
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
1/28/2001
4:31 PM
Comments: Hello! I drive my 122s all over the Navajo Reservation for many years. I put fuel injection in after giving up on all the difren kine carburetors. It was EZ and works good. I need an OD transmission.

later

jn

 
Full Name: Jeff Wiersma
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
12/29/2000
1:23 AM
Comments: I am the proud owner of a red 122S 2 DOOR sedan
which I bought new in 1966. Still goes well.

 
Full Name: Niklas Johansson
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
11/21/2000
1:43 PM
Comments: I Like this site!

 
Full Name: stanley clark
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
11/2/2000
7:40 PM
Comments: very good site. helpful tech stuff.

 
Full Name: Bob Mayer
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
10/31/2000
12:21 PM
Comments: Nice site! I'm a happy user of the Amazon
mechanical brakelight switch. Very well made
and very easy to install. I should have done it
years ago!

 
Full Name: Barry Rowe
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
10/30/2000
6:45 AM
Comments: Nice site -- great pictures -- nice cars

 
Full Name: mike sorendo
Home Page: None.
Date:
Time:
10/28/2000
5:52 PM
Comments: Thanks for an interesting web site. My '73ES is rolling along thanks to good folks like you.

 
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