Thursday, June 4, 2009


As a result of petrol rationing and shortages of materials, Volvo unit sales fall to 5,900 vehicles this year, down from the 1939 level of 7,306 vehicles. Many Volvos are now being sold with a factory-fitted engine of type ECG, already modified to run on producer gas. Sales of producer gas units and army vehicles (e.g. all-terrain vehicles) help the company make up for lost revenue from car sales.

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