WATCH: Going down memory lane on track with Volvo cars from the 1960s

It's seldom that we get a chance to go to Volvo's headquarters in Gothenberg and turn back time, when life was simple.

We got a chance to drive some Volvo cars from the 1960s and what a fantastic day it was. 

Th guys from CarAndBike.com dive back in to nostalgia and test three classic Volvo cars on the race track.

The first car was the BV 444, built in 1943, and was the car which propelled Volvo's dreams to be exported to other countries. It was made in Sweden.

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Then there was the 'sports car', the P1800.

The last is the model after the 144 Stationwagon, the 145.