- Volvo P1800 (Jensen) Interior
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- Volvo P1800 ES Interior
- Volvo 1800 Carpet kits/Accessory Carpets
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Upholstery set Volvo 1800 ES bright red
Front seat upholstery Volvo 1800 beige/brown.
Interior panel kit Volvo 1800E beige/brown
Carpet kit Volvo 1800ES blue textile
Volvo 1800 Black Armrests Pair
Carpet kit Volvo 1800ES red textile
Carpet kit Volvo 1800ES brown textile
Carpet kit Volvo 1800 ES Black
Cover front seat Volvo 1800 E/ES 1972 gold metallic
Cover front seat Volvo 1800E 1970-1971 goldmetallic
Volvo 1800S/E front seat Cover 1964-1971 black
Cover rear seat Volvo 1800ES 1973 light blue
Volvo 1800S/E 1964-1970 Red front seat cover
Cover front seat Volvo 1800S/E 1964-1970 brown
Cover front seat Volvo 1800 E/ES 1972-1973 Black
Cover front seat Volvo ES 1973 light blue
Cover Front seat Volvo 1800ES 1973 brown leather
Volvo 1800S black textile carpet kit
Carpet kit Volvo 1800E 1972 red textile
Carpet kit Volvo 1800E -1971 red textile
Cover Front seat Volvo P1800 1963 black
Cover front seat Volvo P1800 1963 red leather
Carpet kit 1800E -1971 red textile RHD
Carpet kit Volvo 1800E 1972 blue textile RHD
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Interior parts for Volvo 1800
When buying your Volvo P1800, the interior was certainly something you looked at to justify your purchase decision. You are not alone in that. The fact is that the interior is an important part of many potential car buyers. There are many different ways that the car’s interior can be adapted and changed to suit the new car owner’s own taste and style. On one hand, there are many different types of materials, everything from leather to fabric to leather, and on the other hand, there are also different colors and designs to choose from. The interior is the part that can easily be replaced afterward, even if it would involve a cost.
When talking about interior design, people often talk about your Volvo P1800’s upholstery and seats, but also about carpets and other things that you may need inside the car itself. The seats are available in leather and fabric, while the carpets are available in different designs, materials, colors, and shapes. Important to keep in mind is that no matter what carpet you are looking at, you must actually decide to have a carpet. The reason for this is that your Volvo P1800 can be caused by severe damp damage if you do not have a proper car carpet. The water can also leave permanent stains that cannot be removed if you do not have one. This is especially important in a country like Sweden where we have a lot of snow and rain all year round. There is even a risk that snow and rainwater that gets stuck on your shoes can leak through the car to its bottom and cause corrosion. If that were to happen, it would be a more complicated process than if you had a carpet there, to begin with.
The interior is something that wears out depending on how much you use your vehicle but also depending on how you act in your Volvo P1800. If you have a tendency to spill water or food, the interior will wear out and get dirty faster than if you had not done so. It is not only due to wear and tear or style that the interior is replaced but it can also be done for hygienic reasons, especially if you spend a lot of time in your Volvo P1800. It can be very important that it feels clean and that you feel comfortable in it. However, there are no musts when it comes to the interior itself. If the seats should be worn, there is no obligation that will tell you that you have to replace them. It is mostly for your own sake.
Volvo P1800 S/E/ES Interior parts
The interiors of the Volvo P1800 series have transformed immensely throughout the years but mainly consist of three significant updates. Beginning with a bold jukebox-style dashboard, later versions took on a more sober-looking wooden dash. Seating and other essential details define the unique Volvo P1800, developed thanks to years of design expertise.
Since the 1800 series only includes a limited number of models, the upholstery choices were much more exclusive. This allowed for higher quality and a more iconic design, recognizable across the suite of vehicles on the road. There are three critical types of seating: the original Jensen seats produced until 1962, the improved 1963 line and the newer seats of the Volvo 1800ES. When it comes to perfecting your restoration project, finding original or authentically reproduced upholstery is essential.
If you’re planning to restore the interior of your Volvo P1800, discovering the true origin of your upholstery is crucial. Open the hood and look for a black and silver VIN plate to establish the type you require. This will show you the chassis number, paint color and various other details surrounding your unique model. Under the field of ‘kladsel’, Swedish for ‘upholstery’, you’ll find the code you’re looking for. This will indicate the upholstery style your car was initially fitted with, allowing you to complete an accurate restoration.