You look at what’s happening in Germany, you look at what’s happening last night in Sweden. Sweden, who would believe this. Sweden. Who would believe this?
Whatever it was, it doesn’t bother a Volvo PV444 (444 means: 4-seater, 4 cylinder, 40 horsepower), a pre 1954 with split front and rear screen and roof side-mounted indicators. After 60 years, this old hunchback thing – actually known as Volvo’s peacetime car when first introduced in 1944 at the Royal Lawn Tennis Hall in Stockholm in hope for a brighter future when World War II was still raging – has managed to cross the open border somehow. Who would believe this.