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Volvo Tipper N 88-48. The asphalt knight   

Volvo Tipper N 88-48

Volvo Tipper N 88-48

This 1979 man is a nostalgia for many drivers. The value will now be considerably higher than the purchase price at the time. And if you look at the beautiful condition of this Volvo Kipper N 88-48, the expiration date will no longer be visible. 

By: Dirk de Jong


Only when watching this Volvo truck - which we found in the hall of Kramer's classics in Wolvega - you would want to relive it all. After all, the romance of yesteryear is part of the memory. Many have fond memories of their working life with this brand and model. 

Within this company there is a constant stream of old - now classic - cars that have long since disappeared from the normal street scene. This Volvo is no longer marked by its heavy past but has been restored for a second life as a hobby car. 

The drip tray shows that some incontinence may have been detected, but yes ... when you have passed 40? In short: Volvo in an excellent condition and fortunately preserved for a new future. Does this photo also make your emotional strings vibrate? 

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