Saved from Shredder: 1969 Saab Sonett

The seller claims he spotted this 1969 Saab Sonnet in line to be crushed at a salvage yard facility and rescued it before falling to such a fate. This is a story I can certainly emphasize with, given the… more»

Sub-60K Miles Turbo: 1979 Saab 900

Among the potential project cars that are perpetually on my list of Gee, I’d like to own one of those someday is the first-generation Saab 900 Turbo. This 1979 example is not only the first iteration of the classic turbocharged… more»

Success Story: Georgia Collection ’70 Saab 96

As some of you likely know, I am helping to clear out a large collection of salvage and project vehicles from a private owner. You can read more about the collection here and Part II, which features additional vehicles for… more»

Sweet Swede: 1990 Saab 900 SPG Turbo

During the second half of the 20th Century car company failures were not unusual, and some great names would be consigned to the dusty pages of history books if it weren’t for organizations such as Barn Finds. Since the… more»

$3,000 Swede: 1971 Saab Sonett III

Being Swedish – ok, half Swedish, or my ancestors were on my mom’s side.. wait, what was I talking about again? Oh yeah, being half Swedish I’ve always wondered how I have never owned a Saab. They were such… more»


From 7/27/2018 – As some of you likely know, I am helping to clear out a large collection of salvage and project vehicles from a private owner. You can read more about the collection here. As we move ahead with the… more»

This Is No Saab Story: 1967 Saab 95

While its first ancestor was the Saab 93 sedan, the 95 owes its legacy and good looks to the Saab 96. A two-door wagon that holds seven people is quite a feat, yet the 95 can do it in… more»

Quirky And Fun Project: 1971 Saab Sonett III

It’s still hard to believe that Saab is gone, or at least the Saab that a lot of us knew and loved. Other companies made quirky and fun cars but it doesn’t get much more quirky and fun than… more»

Exclusive: 2005 Saab 9-2x Aero

We wouldn’t normally feature a car this new that isn’t a special edition low mileage survivor, but I’ve always been fascinated by these Saab 9-2xs so I thought it would be fun to take a closer look. By the 2000s,… more»

Preserved Two Stroke: 1967 Saab 96

It’s a shame to think a company like Saab is effectively dead and buried (don’t start with their Chinese reincarnation, it ain’t ever going to be the same), especially when you can see the ingenuity that was baked into… more»

Post-Corn Popper Powered: 1970 Saab 96

There aren’t many cars that have a 20-year run like the Saab 96 did. This example is a 1970 Saab 96 right in the middle of the run and it’s a “Good daily driver” according to the seller. This… more»

$750 Third Gen: 1974 Saab Sonnet III

While described as having some rust issues underneath, $750 seems like a deal for a Saab Sonnet that is claimed to have still ran when parked a year ago. The Sonnet is a true oddball, both in terms of… more»

Cheap Resto Candidate: 1971 Saab Sonett

Saab’s quirky Sonett coupe underwent a few transformations in its short-lived existence, with cars like this Sonett III the swan song for perhaps the most sporting car Saab has ever made. Sure, the later 900 SPGs and 9000 Turbos… more»

Swedish Hippie: 1967 SAAB 95 Wagon

Saabs are, well, different, especially the earlier cars. Barn Finds reader Rocco B found us this interesting Saab 95. It looks more like a candidate for a LeMons race so the first glance is certainly not promising.. It’s listed here on… more»

True Blue Swede: 1974 Saab Sonett III

There was so much potential in Saab, it’s unfortunate that they aren’t still around, at least in their current form. The 1974 Saab Sonett III seen here is listed on eBay with a single bid of $999.99 (it must… more»

One Rare Swede: 1955 Saab 92B

We all know that just because a particular vehicle is rare doesn’t always mean that it’s valuable or even desirable. This is one of those cases where rare does equal valuable, and even desirability, at least to those of… more»