Can he hold out? With the Saab 99 LE from Frankfurt to Biel!
It's Tuesday morning. Just before 7 a.m. Frankfurt, airport area. A dreamlike summer day is announced. I'm going to change. From my Saab 9-5 Aero to the 99 LE. Like the Aero, it was one of the brand's top models at the time. Only he is 25 years older and at 47 years on the sheet metal has long been an automotive classic. The Saab does not have everything that we appreciate today. He has neither air conditioning on board, nor an automatic transmission or a turbo engine. ABS, ESP, none of that is there. We drive 100% analogue via the autobahn to Biel in Switzerland. Can the old Swede hold out in summer temperatures?
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