Friday, 27 April 2012


The idea of a desirable Volga estate is one that you'll never be able to sell in to a lot of people. But they're missing out, as you can see here; this wagon, borne of an era of austerity, looks gloriously battle-scarred with its frilly edges and gentle patina, yet at the same time defiant in the face of modernity. Its suspension has had a fair wedge of height hacked from it, while the arches accommodate polished Cragars - this Volga cocks a snook at its own functional ethos, blending a little American warmth into its icy surroundings. And there's something rather wonderful about that.
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