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Volvo XC70 Pickup Truck Spotted Outside Volvo’s Museum!

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A watchful reader over at our Swedish pals at “Bilfeber” scooped these pictures of two Volvo pickup trucks parked in front of the Volvo Museum in Gothenburg, Sweden. While the six-wheeler XC90 LWB pickup truck is something we’ve seen before, the XC70 “El Camino” is a first –if you’ve seen it anywhere else, feel free to drop us a line.

From what we managed to find out, both of these cars seem to be the work of a Swedish coachbuilder called “Dalbo Fordonsteknik”. Call us weird, but we found the XC70 AWD El Camino’s design somewhat appealing. Maybe FoMoCo should look into building this one itself. What do you think? –More pics after the jump




Via: Bilfeber


8 Comments:

xg9 said... »May 12, 2008

wow.. they look good... i remember a few years back, a volvo enthusiast sent me a photo of an s80 limo... it was parked just outside a volvo building. i guess volvo make em just for the purpose of showcasing it in the museum...

Anonymous said... »May 13, 2008

No, the S80 limo is quite common in Sweden for airport transfers and VIP taxis. The Swedish government is also a large customer.

Vlad Balan said... »May 13, 2008

And it's cool how one tows the other :)

Anonymous said... »May 14, 2008

I think the double axle pick up is the bespoke conversion that Volvo use as a camera car for a lot of their photo- and video-shoots around the world. It has air suspension, and a sophisticated rear bed with sophisticated mountings for camera equipment.

Anton said... »May 20, 2008

I have bought my own Xc90 LWB pickup from Dalbo Fordonsteknik to my own company

Anonymous said... »March 24, 2009

wow! this is cool! it actually looks like a baja and the commodore had a kid! lol

Anonymous said... »July 23, 2009

Finally I have had a V8 SS Holden Ute and no moved to Sweden arfter meeting a Swedish girl and getting hooked and moved half the way over the world and now Volvo brings this out hell yeah nice work cant wait!

Atvs for sale said... »December 10, 2010

It's totally look like a car type. Nice model.

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