Volvo P1800 Parts 

Ready to restore your favorite ride to its former glory? We stock a large selection of Volvo P1800 S/E/ES parts, covering every aspect of interior and exterior design.  

Body parts


Brake parts

Cooling system parts

Wheels & hub caps

Electrical equipment parts

Engine control parts

Front suspension parts

Fuel exhaust

Heater system parts


Rear suspension/Transmission

Chassis numbers



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    Upholstery set Volvo 1800 ES bright red

    Sku: 462890-RED


    Rear panel Volvo 1800 ES outer

    Sku: 684242


    Hood/bonnet Volvo P1800

    Sku: 664192


    Front panel lower part Volvo 1800 1961-1973

    Sku: 664373L


    Front section Volvo 1800 ES

    Sku: 664373ES


    Volvo 1800 front cowling section

    Sku: 664373


    Front seat upholstery Volvo 1800 beige/brown.

    Sku: 693244-SET


    Volvo 1800S wiring harness

    Sku: 673126


    Spicer ring & pinion Volvo M27 4.88:1 39×8 teeth

    Sku: 661519


    Volvo 1800 Front fender Right

    Sku: 664372


    Volvo 1800 front fender Left

    Sku: 664371


    Trunk Floor Volvo P1800 E/ES 1970-1973

    Sku: 682449


    Trunk floor Volvo P1800S/E

    Sku: 664197


    Volvo 1800S Cable Harness Volvo

    Sku: 673312


    Volvo 1800 Cable Harness Volvo 1969

    Sku: 673955


    Wiring harness Volvo 1800E/ES 1972 M41

    Sku: 1212926


    Volvo P1800 rear bumper kit, Stainless Steel

    Sku: 664447-48SET


    Volvo P1800 front bumper kit

    Sku: 664654-55SET


    Volvo 1800 E/ESmain harness 1972

    Sku: 1212928


    Carburetors SUHS1962-bolt Volvo B18B/D, “KD” rebuilt

    Sku: 237245


    Volvo carburetor SU 2-boltZH rebuilt

    Sku: 237219


    Carburetors SU 3-bolt rebuilt

    Sku: 237314


    Volvo 1800 Grille 1967-1969

    Sku: 672477


    Volvo 1800S Cable Harness Volvo 1965-1968

    Sku: 3104


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The Volvo P1800 Sports Car Dream

After the Volvo P1900 failed to achieve the desired success of its creators, Volvo’s leader became fixated by the idea of an elegant sports car. Perfect for the export market, early designs of the P1800 began with an Italian chassis builder to boost popularity and excitement. At the end of 1957, 3 prototypes were put together, and the first was presented to the board – this was the final version except for a few minor modifications. The very first Volvo sports car was born.

The Jensen Deal
Once the final model of Volvo’s P1800 was approved, the company hit a bump in the road. Due to its innovative design and complex composition, the brand couldn’t produce it at home. After experimenting with some options in Germany, Volvo finally settled on a deal with Britain’s finest: Jensen Motors. Agreeing to outsource some of the bodywork to Scotland’s Pressed Steel Fisher, Jensen signed a contract for 10,000 cars. This was a massive moment in the brand’s history and continues to be a unique turning point for car production across the world.
Final Touches
The newly-created Volvo P1800 was set to take the market by storm, but not before undergoing some final modifications to make it fit for purpose. As well as switching to a different exhaust, the bumpers were also changed, and the classic grille V disappeared. Two years after being introduced to the press in 1959, the Volvo P1800 finally hit the road. Ever since, it’s been a popular car for sports enthusiasts and collectors alike, continuing the bright legacy of the Volvo name.