Volvo Venus Bilo was featured in New York Times, February -34. ”STREAM LINING AS embodied IN A FOREIGN CAR” Two Views of a car Designed by Gustaf L.M. Ericsson and Built by Gustaf Nordberg a Chassis by Volvo, Swedens Only Automobile Manufacturer.

Volvo showed the car at different resellers in Sweden and Denmark but the reactions were not all positive. Volvo sold the car to a director Nils Westerberg in Kalmar, Sweden. He registred the car the fourth of October 1934. Volvo corporation owned the car for only about half a year. They sold it to the maket very soon, something they probably deeply regret today. Can something about the car be found today? Pictures in some family album maybe? Some pieces of the car? Or?