What ownership of a 1964 Volvo P1800 means in Hawaii

The reasons why someone would own a classic car are wide-ranging. Sure, they vary from driver to driver, but we'd say that the consensus is that people do it for a love of the craftsmanship, because of a desire for road-going prestige or just as a car lover's project. But one reason we hadn't heard before is because it's easy to maintain. Most older vehicles simply aren't known for their ease of service.

John Patterson owns a beautiful 1964 Volvo P1800 which he drives and self-maintains on the Hawaiian island of Kauai. There aren't many classic car owners there, and boastful driving of fancy cars isn't as acceptable as it is here in Columbus, OH, so Patterson decided to invest in the P1800 because it's a good looking, fun-to-drive car that's as modest as it is marvelous.

Get the whole back-story right from the source via the Petrolicious video below:

Now that you have an idea of Volvo's past, get a load of its future with a test drive of any of our new Volvo vehicles, here at Byers Volvo in Columbus, OH.

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