Fantastically beautiful Saab 96 V4 De Luxe Monte Carlo. Image: Bilweb Auctions

Collectors time. Saab classic auction.

A Saab 96 with only 48 kilometers on the clock? A fantastically beautiful Saab 96 V4 Monte Carlo with less than 7.000 kilometers on the counter? Or an early Saab 99 with just 17.000 kilometers of mileage. Saab collectors should now

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Saab flag in the wind, we let it go © 2015 UKB

Saab cult reload

In spring 2013, the blog was about getting started with the Saab hobby. Our article series “Saab Kult” introduced the Saab 9000, Saab 900 II and Saab 9-3 I to the readers as inexpensive, well-tolerated entry-level drugs. Meanwhile

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SAAB cult. Get in with the Saab 9000 CS.

Today you would not build such a car anymore. The Saab 9000 combines Swedish engineering with an almost Italian elegance and nonchalance. The best of two worlds would drive some marketing departments to madness today. But almost 30 years ago, things were feasible that would not be discussed today.

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SAAB Cult: How Saab-crazy are we?

A friend of mine bought a new, used Saab. Since the supply in Germany is very thin, he has imported his desired Sweden from other European countries. No need to write about it, because it happens every day. Out of the ordinary

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What makes us happy ... Part II

The Saab Turbo X is the last “High Performance Car” from Trollhättan. Built in the tradition of Saab 99 Turbo, Saab 900 Turbo 16S and Saab Viggen, it embodies the contemporary brand ideal of a relatively small, compact car with a lot of power

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What makes us happy ...

Saab can make happy. Anyone who has ever driven a turbo legend out of Trollhättan is in danger of lifelong dependence. Last Friday I was traveling with friend Marco. In his family, two Saab 9-3 have found their home, most recently a Saab

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