Saab 96

96 In its latter years, the 96 was sold only as a 2-door sedan and in one trim level, base. It was a lightweight car at just over 2000 lbs. Wheelbase was short at 98.3 inches. Overall length was 167 inches. Driving the front wheels on this car was a 1700cc 1bbl Ford V4. It’s […]
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Saab 900

900 Saab’s entry level luxury competitor was sold starting the 1979 model year, as an eventual replacement for the 99. It was front wheel drive and on a 99.4 inch wheelbase, While more refined than the 99 it replaced, it still was quirky, just like Saab buyers enjoy. For as bulky as they appear, Saab […]
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Saab 99

99 The Saab 99 was in its fifth U.S. model year as of 1973. The car sat on a 97.4 inch wheelbase, with a curb weight of about 2500 lbs. The U.S. version had 4 round headlamps instead of the one-piece units on the Euro-spec cars. Versions included 2-door sedan and 4-door sedan. Trim levels […]
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Saab Sonett

    Sonett The 1973 & 1974 Saab Sonett were the last of the nameplate. Technically, they were known as Sonett III at this stage. They were also known as Type 97. Less than 2500 copies were made in each of these years. The body was made out of a fiberglass laminate. Front wheel drive […]
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