Volvo LV60-series
Volvo LV60 Truck 1929
Manufacturer Volvo
Also called Volvo LV Series 3 and 4
Production 1929 - 1932,
approx. 2,970 produced[1]
Predecessor Volvo LV4
Successor Volvo LV76-series
Class Light truck
Engine(s) Volvo sv inline 6
Transmission(s) 4 speed non-syncro manual
Wheelbase 3.3 m (129.9 in) - 3.7 m (145.7 in)[1]
Curb weight 4,100 kg (9,039.0 lb) - 4,700 kg (10,361.7 lb) (gross weight)[1]

The Volvo LV60-65 was a light truck produced by Swedish automaker Volvo between 1929 and 1932.


Volvo soon realized that the company's first four-cylinder side-valve engine simply wasn’t powerful enough so the company brought out a more powerful six-cylinder engine for its automobiles and trucks.[2] The new LV60 truck was introduced in the summer of 1929. Apart from the larger engine and a four speed gear box it was identical to its predecessor, the LV Series 2.[2]

Engines Edit

LV60-651929-31Volvo DB: I6 sv3,010 cc (184 cu in)55 bhp (41 kW)Petrol engine
LV60-651932Volvo EB: I6 sv3,366 cc (205.4 cu in)65 bhp (48 kW)Petrol engine

Gallery Edit

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Olsson, Christer (1987). Volvo - Lastbilarna igår och idag. Malmö, Sweden: Förlagshuset Norden AB. ISBN ISBN 91-86442-76-7. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 Volvo Trucks Global - history

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