1960 Volvo PV544
Really, when a car in the ’60s is styled like a Ford from the ’40s, it’s not shocking to see it built up like a hot rod. Somewhat interestingly, the builder didn’t use the easy button GM crate engine, but instead used a 327 smallblock, with dual four-barrel carbs and a tunnel ram intake. This should be a stout engine in this relatively small sedan.
Those rear seats have become somewhat useless, or at best quite uncomfortable as the wheel tubs interfere with passenger space. No matter – the extra weight of passengers will only slow you down.
It’s on eBay in Colorado with reserve not yet met.