Commemorative Edition: 1993 Saab 900 Turbo

When you think about a Saab, what model comes to mind? For many, a “Classic” 900 is the iconic Saab. The 900 debuted for the 1979 model year, and took Saab upmarket in the United States as an unconventional… more»

What’s in Jeff’s Garage? Nothing!

I wish I had better news for you all about my collection of barn finds, garage finds, and unconventional projects, but sadly, this is all I have to offer at the moment. We actually moved to a new house… more»

Oil-Injected Two-Stroke: 1967 Saab 96

Two-stroke Saabs are a prime example of the adage that it’s more fun to drive a slow car fast. Their three-cylinder engines like to rev high so you can drive them flat out while barely breaking the speed limit,… more»

Mixed And Matched: 1969 Saab 96

One of the fun things about the Saab 96 is that it’s easy to customize one to your liking by mixing and matching parts from different years which are easily interchangeable. I’ve always had a thing for the 1969… more»

Mellow Yellow: 1974 Saab Sonett III

It is impressive how many Saab Sonett IIIs still come up for sale considering their relatively low production volume when compared to the 96 sedans that they were based on. This 1974 Sonett III is available here on eBay… more»

Assembly Required: 1963 Saab 96 Project

The 1960-64 “bullnose” Saab 96 is the car that cemented Saab’s reputation as a rally winner. Behind the wheel of a 96, legendary driver Erik Carlsson won the RAC Rally three years in a row in 1960, ‘61, and… more»

One-Family-Owned: 1974 Saab Sonett III

The Sonett III was the final iteration of Saab’s fiberglass sports car, and traces its roots back to the six Sonett I roadsters constructed between 1955 and 1957. Officially known as the 94, the original Sonett got its name… more»

Two For One: 1958 And 1959 Saab 93

It’s rarely good to see a vehicle sitting on a dirt floor for who knows how long, but overall these two Saabs, a 1958 and 1959 93, somehow look solid. They’re really interesting cars and they don’t come up… more»

Restoration 90% Done: 1974 Saab Sonett III

I have an unusual minibike that I started to restore and then got too busy and it’s been sitting for almost four years now in a couple of big cardboard boxes, dozens of marked Ziploc bags, and is otherwise… more»

Swedish 4 Stroke: 1971 Saab 96

Saab has always been known for quirky, out-of-the-ordinary cars and this 1971 96 is no exception! Located here on craigslist in Santa Barbara, California, this rust-free example of a unique Saab can be had for an asking price of… more»

Pro Street Swede: Supercharged V8 1986 Saab 900

As I have shared on occasion, I purchased a rare 1991 Saab 900 Turbo SE convertible wearing Monte Carlo Yellow paint last year. It’s still being worked on and has plenty of cosmetic needs to sort out, but it… more»

Save This Custom Wagon! Saab 99 Turbo Combi

When it comes to one-offs, we often associate whatever wild automotive creation we’re staring at with some sort of factory-backed skunkworks. The reality, however, is many oddballs like this wagon-bodied Saab 99 Turbo were built by private individuals to… more»

Stored Since ’94: $3,500 1974 Saab Sonnett III

For those of you who might think of Saab as a quirky little manufacturer of sedans, it’s important to remember that the company had a heritage quite different from any other manufacturer, save perhaps Bristol in the UK. Saab… more»

Stored 26 Years: 1968 Saab 95

The Saab 95 has to have one of the most unique profiles of all time. Two-door wagons do anyway, but with that unique quarter panel treatment, the double side rear windows, and the mini-fins on the back, that’s just… more»

Worth Saving? 1968 Saab Sonett V4

The Saab Sonett II and Saab Sonett V4 are rare to see today in any condition, but is this 1968 Saab Sonett V4 too far gone to bring back to life again? The seller has it listed here on… more»

Project Corn Popper: 1967 Saab 95 Wagon

The next owner of this 1967 Saab 95 will want to ask Santa for a welder if they don’t already have one, there’ll be a lot of rust repair to do on this seven-seater wagon. Luckily, it’s only fourteen… more»