Red doesn't work? You will like this red Saab 900 SPG!

Everything but red wrote a reader in the comments a few days ago. By that he meant red paint, which he didn't like at all on a Saab. In fact, red vehicles, with the Saab logo on the hood, are not always easy to sell.

Red is generally the anti-color for large sedans. A Saab 9-5, no matter what series, is problematic with this color scheme. And even with the 9-3 you either love or hate this paint job. Staying neutral doesn't work at all.

Things are different when it comes to the classic Saab 900 Turbo. Then red is not just a color. They said Talladega Red at Saab. A strong, rich red tone that changes everything. Suddenly you find the paintwork very attractive. Who's going to say that red doesn't work?

Saab 900 SPG (1990) - the red suits him
Saab 900 SPG (1990) - the red suits him

Yes, I want to


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