A 22-year-old Saab that has hardly been moved in recent years. The conversion work is finished, it is the first time on the long haul. That's where Saab advertising suggested 25 years ago that the brand should be at home. Is that still the case today? The 1.000 kilometer test, driven in one day, is pending. In the end, it will even be more than 1.000 kilometers that man and machine will have to cope with. The starting flag in the direction of Hamburg falls early in the morning. 04:30 a.m. The Saab is fit. And I haven't slept properly. A portent for the day and the long haul? Maybe! And then there is the question of what fossil fuels destroy an old car with a powerful turbo engine and antique automatic transmission over long distances?
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