Kicking off the top half of our list in action, more serious contenders emerge.
Mixing unlikely contenders with storied nameplates, the mission continues.
I’ve been tossing around the idea of selling my turbo beetle and buying something with the equity I have in it so that I don’t have a monthly payment. This would free up some much needed funds for my 996(assuming the replacement doesn’t need $200 per month in work). I’m not sure I’d do it, the beetle is pretty…
The front page article on the convertible ATS reminded me, I always thought a hardtop coupe version of the 9-3 convertible would have looked wicked sexy.
Here it is;
Dragging parts of the Saab home to play with. Had some cheapo Cibie-knock-off headlamps and some yellow bulb “balloons” to replace the broken sealed beams with.
Amazon delivery driver just stopped by with a very non-traditional delivery van:
Saab concept based on a Subaru tribeca
You don’t see these very often, and you won’t be seeing this one again. After just twelve years, it’s made its last journey and is awaiting its fate. No obvious damage so I guess a combination of low value and lack of parts saw it off.
Looking over and under the project Saab to make a list of parts needed, I noticed large weld blobs on the front springs. Why? I’m trying to figure out why they’re there. Can you lower a car by welding a couple of turns of the spring together? Is that what was going on? Would the heat of welding effect the temper of…
Because of Saab’s naming convention if you want to find one you have to search by year on SearchTempest, unless you want a Sonett. Here are the finds, some are NP all day; A few may be CP; and you can buy 6 96s at one time.
Needed to finish a roll of film that had been sitting in the camera for months,