Volvo Station Wagon Gets Wood Burning Stove

Old Volvos can be used for many things, from being your first car to serving as a base for a sleeper project, but the owner of the station wagon in the adjacent video has taken things to a whole new level, installing a wood-burning stove in his vehicle.
Pascal Prokop decided to ditch the passenger seat in his 1990 Volvo 240 estate in order to replace it with a fully-functional wood-burning stove, with the modification being (are you ready for this) approved by the Swiss authorities.

Prokop explains that he chose this over an electric heater as he wants to keep the car warm long after the engine was stopped. And we haven’t even gotten to the best part yet: the Swede wants to do this because at times he is tired or drunk and wants to sleep in the vehicle!

Via: Jalopnik
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