SAAB News. SAAB Museum auctions vehicles.

Two vehicles from the historic Saab collection in Trollhättan will be auctioned through the auction platform KVD. One of these collectibles is a rare Saab 96 V4 Monte Carlo, from prominent prior ownership. The first owner was Prince Bertil, Duke of Halland. The prince, who was the heir to the throne for several years, was an avowed Saab fan and drove many races under the code name Monsieur Adrian as a hobby racer. Of course on Saab.

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SAAB Talk: on the way and mail from Sweden

A Saab is at home on long runs, and probably the longest distance of recent days Max has covered with his friends in the Saab 9-5. He traveled from the Rhine-Main area to Trollhättan, visits the Saab Museum, and there are

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Saab News: Dates 2013

The year 2012 is coming to an end. Blogger Tom has already said goodbye to the Christmas holidays. And we will also have less time in the next few days to “provide” the community with news about SAAB.

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SAAB News: Erik Carlsson visits the Air Force Museum

SAAB News: Erik Carlsson visits the Air Force Museum. In Belgium, at the international Saab meeting, people often asked about the Saab rally legend. “Where's Eric…” was the most frequently asked question in Spa. Because usually he doesn't miss a big Saab event. His heart is still beating “Saab”.

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SAAB Day: The King in Trollhättan

King Carl XVI Gustav of Sweden was a guest at the Saab Museum today. Curator Peter Bäckström, who incidentally was a development engineer at Saab Automobile before moving to the Bil Museum, welcomed the monarch and handed over a Saab 92001 Roadster for the Royal

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SAAB News: Support for the Saab Museum

Last Tuesday, Trollhättan hosted the first meeting to found a supporter organization for the Saab Museum. To say it in advance: much has developed positively since our last visit! Two months ago, the worries were still

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Support for the Saab Museum - bloggers on the go

Do we still remember the fear and hope of last year? The Saab Museum, home of the unique historical Saab collection, was in serious danger. The Kronofogden confiscated the collection, that was probably the absolute low point, and left his pledge seal

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SAAB Day: Supporters of the Saab Museum and evening reading

Something is happening in Trolhättan! NEVS bought the factory premises from the Hemfosa consortium - just as it was announced. This means that the new owners are in control of the site, and everything speaks for the seriousness of a long-term investment. Also

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Saab 9-6x the opportunity given?

While we wait for news from Sweden, we use the time to talk about cars. Saab 9-6x and the Saab 9-4x study are juxtaposed at the Saab Museum Trollhättan. The one never went into production, the other was only for

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SAAB Museum: Video trailer from the Saab Museum Trollhättan

The travel season has begun and many Saab fans, who also like the homeland of our cars, are heading north. To our travel guide Trollhättan many suggestions have been received and we will in the next few days the

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SAAB Talk: New additions to the Saab community

Saab isn't in the business news right now. A situation that will soon change, but which gives us time to write about cars, the brand and the fans. On Friday we had a visitor from Sweden. Lars, blogger from “Phoenix -

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SAAB Day: Saving the last Saab and Saab Talk from Trollhättan

Tim Rokka and Till Drescher of Saabsunited have launched an initiative to preserve the very last Saab for the museum in Trollhättan. The Saab, an 9-3 Griffin, is currently being completed at the ANA and is reserved for this project.

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SAAB support: Your donations to the Saab Museum

Some things happen in the right place, at the right time. Our trip to Trollhättan, planned for the long term, was not intended as a donation tour. 10 days before our departure Mark had the idea not to go empty-handed to Sweden.

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SAAB Blogger: Back from Trollhättan

Hardly back from Trollhättan make the first withdrawal symptoms noticeable. The last 420 kilometers from Leipzig to northern Bavaria was the TurboX the only Saab on the way. No comparison to the last days when Saabs of all model series were on the roads.

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SAABblog.net: Mission Saab Museum Trollhättan ...

In the middle of the night we started towards Trollhättan. From Leipzig, it continues via Rostock to the north. As always in terms of Saab, we are on the move quickly. Because this afternoon we have an appointment with Peter Bäckström, the

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