Nordic barns are considered interesting. It is not uncommon for Swedish farmers to tend, and still do, to put old cars away. In the event that you might need a spare part in the future. They have always had enough space to put them away in this large, sparsely populated country. So it was with the Saab 93 F De Luxe, the successor to the 93 B, which was pulled out of a barn. However, not without being damaged in the process.
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