Is that weird or freaky? Citroën C15 Camper!

The Citroën C15, based on the Visa, is a historic long-distance car from the French avant-garde brand. It was produced for more than 20 years, it was a pioneer in the segment of small panel vans and in the family version a…

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Cool in summer - our Saab Base Caps have landed!

As promised, the August campaign has a slightly summery touch. Our new Saab Base Caps, the current contribution to maintaining tradition, can now be ordered in the Aero X Club Shop. The template for the campaign was provided by the 75th birthday...

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Fascinating two-stroke engine - with the Saab 96 in Frankfurt

Two-stroke engines are popular in Saab collector circles. Two-stroke sports models regularly set new price records at auctions. Time to approach the topic and take a tour of Frankfurt with the Saab 96 two-stroke. Our Saab is not ...

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performance? A recommended Saab Turbo X sedan!

It may be that an interesting offer is waiting here. A fine Saab Turbo X sedan, one of only 2000 TX that rolled off the assembly line in Trollhättan. A neat four-wheel drive Swede that has less than 90.000 kilometers…

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Patience? News from the Citroën new car order!

The new car business has become difficult. Not only when it comes to Citroën. Saab workshops that sell new cars from other brands also complain about slow deliveries. It trickles at best, and the industry is constantly inflowing...

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The era of the famous Saab engines ends with the 2023 model year

Saab built legendary good turbo engines. A highlight of engine development was the B205 and B235, which were available for purchase in the large series until they were replaced by the new 9-5 generation. The engines were...

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break fiction? This is what the Citroën C4 Break Tourer (2023) could look like!

Compact station wagons have a hard time. They are disappearing more and more from the market, one segment is quietly dying away. That's unfortunate because the traditional compact station wagons weren't the smarter choice purely from an aesthetic point of view...

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