In 1985, at a time when almost no one thought a Saab 93 was attractive anymore, a Hessian car collector brought one to Germany. For him it doesn't stop with a two-stroke engine. The collector hoards several copies - with good intentions, of course. But as is so often the case, restorations here also end unsuccessfully.
It remains at the beginning - then the vehicles are put aside in favor of a new project.
Decades later, Henrik buys the Saab 93 at auction. It is locked, a fender is missing, and of course it is not ready to drive. The path leads to the new home, the Sauerland. After unloading, he will realize what he has bought. A ruin, including engine damage? A hopeless project perhaps? We will accompany him on this.
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