The Volvo 300 series was a common sight on British roads in the 1980s, due to its popularity amongst practical people to buy a safe, affordable car. But many of these slow-driving, flat capped drivers weren’t aware that this car didn’t start out life as a Volvo at all, and rather than being Swedish built, it was built in the Netherlands. They also probably weren’t aware this pedestrian car would go on to win in Rallycross. So just where did this car come from?
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