One of the vehicles you should have driven at least once is the Saab 9-3 Viggen. He is somehow and even today an extreme sabbath. Earlier, because he was fast, brute and uncouth. In the present, because he is still fast, brute and uncouth. There are things that retain their validity.
Saab 9 3 Viggen 1.0
I have to admit that I am missing a Viggen in the inventory. But first of all, both halls are full, and the emergency garage is already taken. And secondly, I don't know which Saab I could part with. A good friend from Hamburg made a nice, because also unreasonable, investment. He gave himself a viggen.
The Viggen in Lightning Blue comes from well-known previous ownership in southern Germany. He was cared for by Taubenberger, so his story is clear, 250 Hirsch PS promise full drive. A differential ensures that the turbo horses land reliably on the asphalt.
What remains for the blog crew is to wish a safe and safe flight! You can read more about the fascinating 9-3 Viggen on our youngtimer blog.
Saab 9 3 Viggen 2.0
Anyone who, due to family circumstances, lack of space or lack of suitable offer, unfortunately can not afford to pay, we have the right model in our fan shop. The 9-3 Viggen Coupe in the rare Monte Carlo Yellow gives you a little comfort when the 1: 1 vehicle is not in the carport.
It has a German approval, however it may have come about. Because we see Swedish license plates on most PremiumX models. The Viggen Coupé, like the Saab 900i sedan, is new in the shop and the perfect Christmas present for every fan.
Airplanes over the Saab factory
Saab's history and aircraft construction are inextricably linked. Even today, because the Trollhättan - Vänersborg airfield is only separated from the former Saab factory by a road and a field. Two North American SK16 veterans from the Swedish Air Force hibernate in the hangars.
Shortly before the first heavy snowfall, the press got a sightseeing flight over the factory and the airfield. A picture, almost like in days gone by. And certainly a historical document, because next year the Saab lettering will no longer be available in the background. For aviation fans and incorrigible Saab nostalgics, as I am, the local newspaper has one Video of the event.
And you can read that in the new week on the blog:
- Saab 9-5 NG. A summer fairytale.
- The future of the blog project
And a lot more. I am also on the way. New cars test for the blog. Seriously. Does that sound interesting?