Photos by Per-Borge Elg.
[Editor’s note: This story, by Per-Borge Elg, Editor, Motorhistoriskt Magasin, Sweden, comes to us via Michael Lamm. We extend thanks to Motorhistoriska Sallskapet i Sverige, the Swedish club that publishes Motorhistoriskt Magasin.]
Wealthy Swedes have long preferred American cars. Sweden’s largest auto manufacturer, Volvo, capitalized on that fact with such series as the postwar PV 444 and PV 544, which looked a very much like 7/8th-scale 1942-’48 Fords.