The most special kind of classic time travel - Saab 95 (1967)

The Saab 95 is a small iconic station wagon. Anyone who is knowledgeable will recognize the traces of the flight construction from the fine details with which the body comes up. The B and D pillars are striking, the sheet metal structures of which are reminiscent of the legendary Junkers JU 52 and which, thanks to their corrugation, give the body a particularly high level of stability

The Swedes offered the 95 between 1960 and 78. During this time the drive concept changed, the two-stroke engine was abandoned and the V4 four-stroke engine was introduced. There were permanent improvements and revisions, in the end there were 110.527 station wagons that were sold. The 95 was Saab's first station wagon and a success for the brand.

Today, the 95 has become rare, because most of the specimens were worn out in hard everyday work, few survived. A very special example, perhaps the most special kind of time travel, is a Saab 95 from 1967. It is quite enticing, but definitely not suitable for fans who want everything original. Restomod supporters could get wide wistful eyes for that.

Saab 95 (1967)
Saab 95 (1967)

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