The Volvo LV60-65 was a light truck produced by Swedish automaker Volvo between 1929 and 1932.


Volvo soon realized that the company's first four-cylinder side-valve engine simply wasn’t powerful enough so the company brought out a more powerful six-cylinder engine for its automobiles and trucks. The new LV60 truck was introduced in the summer of 1929. Apart from the larger engine and a four speed gearbox it was identical to its predecessor, the LV Series 2.