We are waiting for good news from Sweden. It will probably be April until we hear concrete news. Saab Fan Götz sent us the appropriate pictures from Trollhättan on the subject of “The lake is still.” He spent his last summer vacation in “Saab-City” and the pictures were probably taken somewhere on Göta-Älv. (Götz ..?)
In any case, the 95 with Swedish registration is his “holiday room” which he can drive whenever he is in Trollhättan. Without knowing the details now, I would also like to have a holiday sauna. I'll be back in Trollhättan next month, but I'm afraid nobody will lend me a 95 ...
The 95 is a Saab icon and he is a child of aviation. With this car it is not marketing chatter, this car is really “Born from the Jets”. Intelligent use of space, 7 passengers with compact dimensions meet a clever construction. If you don't believe it, you should take a look at the design of the “D-pillar”. The old aunt Ju52 and lightweight welcome.
The Saab 95 had, quite Saab typical, a very long construction time. From 1959 to 1978, almost unbelievable 20 years have been built. He went through the methamorphosis of 2 -tact to Saab 95 V4. The 95, I've written it before, is on top of the list of Saabs I'd like to own.
However, a dream that will not become reality. Our fleet is full, because the one thing is owning cars. The other is to keep these species-appropriate, that is, to move regularly. We are well utilized with our 4 Saabs.
But who knows, maybe he'll hit me in Trollhättan.