How a Swede built a Viper-powered Saab wagon

Is there anything a Dodge Viper V10 engine can't be wedged into? If so, would someone please tell this guy from Sweden, who installed a 10-pot snakelump into a Saab 9-3 Combi. Sweden should just change its national motto to "Yes."

In fact, in honor of this build, here's part of a new Swedish anthem I wrote. If anyone could help me with a translation and publishing rights I'd be grateful. (Shoehorn into the tune of ABBA's Mama Mia.)

Oh, oh Sweden
Northern land of awesome
What the hell is wrong with you?
Building cars like this.
By "this" I mean
A Viper-powered Saab.

Is there any build.
That you people won't do?
I mean,
A home-made Bentley?
Don't hit a moose in that thing! Oof.

You even drift airplanes. Huh.

Oh Sweden
F-'n Sweden
Ease up, there Sweden

We already know.
You're the unicorn tits.

Thank you. Now just go ahead and peruse the build thread. If you're fluent in Swedish, feel free to read it too. (Thanks to Spike Jnz for the tip!)

How a Swede built a Viper-powered Saab wagon

How a Swede built a Viper-powered Saab wagon

How a Swede built a Viper-powered Saab wagon

How a Swede built a Viper-powered Saab wagon

How a Swede built a Viper-powered Saab wagon

How a Swede built a Viper-powered Saab wagon

How a Swede built a Viper-powered Saab wagon

How a Swede built a Viper-powered Saab wagon

How a Swede built a Viper-powered Saab wagon

How a Swede built a Viper-powered Saab wagon

How a Swede built a Viper-powered Saab wagon

How a Swede built a Viper-powered Saab wagon