Swedish Classic Cars

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BF Auction: 1983 Volvo 244 Turbo

UPDATE – We’ve decided to pull the reserve on this Volvo! If you’d love to have it, be sure to bid below. I’ve owned a handful of old Volvos over the years and they have all been great cars… more»

No Reserve and Cherry: 1972 Volvo 1800E

No big surprise, but like many others I fell in love with the graceful lines and elegant European styling of the P1800 watching the popular 60s TV series, The Saint. The suave Roger Moore may have been the show’s… more»

Saintly Swede: 1964 Volvo P1800S

Volvo is not the first marque to come to mind when one thinks of the great sports cars of the 1960s. Yet their sole commercial success in this arena was groundbreaking: just look at this 1964 Volvo P1800S. Located… more»

Mini Chris-Craft: 1995 Jet-Zet Speedboat

Sometimes all it takes is the right skills and a vivid imagination to create something unique. Such is the case with this 1995 Jet-Zet speedboat. This timber beauty features a Kawasaki engine that offers excellent performance. Its petite dimensions… more»

53K Mile 1974 Saab Sonett III

It’s a gutsy move to not have a reserve when you’re auctioning a car as nice looking as this 1974 Saab Sonett III is, but that’s the case here. The seller has this beautiful lime green Swede listed here… more»

Cheap Hot Hatch: 1984 Saab 900 Turbo

When you sit around lamenting the rising price of enthusiast vehicles (like me), you can spiral around a whirlpool of despair – until you see a listing that reminds you deals for good cars are still out there, provided… more»

Rebuilt Powertrain: 1974 Saab EMS

OK, let’s momentarily ditch the sugary diet of GTOs, Mustangs, Chargers, et al. and take a look at what I would consider to be a quirky car, but one that had some spirited moves, a 1974 Saab EMS. OK,… more»

V8 Zombie Hunter? 1954 Volvo TP21 Sugga

I have come across one of these Volvo Suggas before and am always amused when you realize that Sugga translates into “Sow”. With both a civilian and military purpose in mind, this 1954 example, which looks like a TP21… more»

Cars and Parts: Pair of 1973 Saab Sonetts

The Saab Sonett was a 2-seat sports car built by the Swedish automaker between 1966 and 1974. The last edition of the automobile was the Sonett III which was powered by a 1700-cc V4 engine supplied by Ford. From… more»

V4 Project Wagon: 1967 Saab 95

The Saab 95 was a seven-seat, 2-door station wagon built in Sweden from 1959 to 1978. Initially based on the Saab 93 sedan, it evolved to more closely follow the Saab 96 which replaced the 93. From 1967-forward, the… more»

Spotless Survivor: 1993 Volvo 240 DL

Automotive history will record that Volvo is renowned for two significant traits. Their offerings have always tended to be some of the safest vehicles to ply our roads. The company also has a record of keeping models in production… more»

1973 Saab Sonett III With Engine Mods

I’m on the fence with Saab. I guess there’s really no fence to straddle anymore as they are a fallen flag. Different and quirky, Saab had their devotees and their downfall has been debated often – many point fingers… more»

Good Buy or Goodbye? 1969 Saab 95

With over 110,000 Saab 95s being made over two decades, they aren’t unicorn rare but nice ones don’t come up for sale too often. And then again, sometimes nice ones come up for sale more than once. This 1969… more»

Ready To Race! 1977 Saab 99 Rally Car

When it comes to building race cars on a budget, Grassroots Motorsports has built more than a few, and apparently, back in 2008 they built this done-right rally car. The 1977 Saab 99 model, here on craigslist in Santa… more»

Low Mileage 1968 Volvo 122S Wagon

Someone is going to get a very good classic car. This 1968 Volvo 122S wagon, from the tail end of 122S production, has only 59,989 miles on the odometer and is sparkling in all the places where they’re usually… more»

Monte Carlo Yellow Duo: 1998 and 1997 Saab 900s

Two of something is not always automatically better than one, but it doesn’t necessarily hurt, either. And when you find two of a kind that happens to be quite rare, well – it gets even better. Now, that’s not… more»