Evaluation: Located in New Jersey. Older full restoration but done on a budget. Mismatched tires front to back. Tidy engine bay. Dirt and oxidation underneath. A good driver. 217,568 miles done on the chassis, but the drivetrain was rebuilt during the restoration and Volvo 1800s are famously robust.
Bottom Line: Not sold after a bit of a last-minute bidding frenzy, which arrived at a perfectly reasonable offer. This Volvo sold for $16,800 on Bring a Trailer back in 2015, when 1800s were considerably more affordable than they are today and before these cars got the high-dollar restorations that are more common to them today.
It looks much the same as it did on Bring a Trailer and the odometer only shows 2049 more miles. The seller here is also likely the same person who bought it in 2015, so why they refused a $10,000 profit for a car they owned for six years and barely drove is a mystery.