Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Saab 900 is claimed to have had not one but three Saab master mechanics as previous owners. That's a good thing owing to its being an uber rare Sensonic edition, but will you find it's been priced to make someone its new master?
The classic Saab 900 Turbo. A car made by weird Scandinavians with real experience in the jet business. The latest Petrolucious video shows us what the Aero version has to offer, and reminds me how much I want one.
I like the Texas Mile because it's big and crazy, just like an event in my home state ought to be. There's the record-breaking runs from the Hennessey Venom GT and other cars with horsepower in the four digit range, plus ridiculous wild cards like this: a 1996 Saab 900 that made it to a staggering 174 mph.
Today's lesson in morality and capitalism begins with a single question: Should you try to profit off the death of John F. Kennedy Jr. by selling his used Saab 900 for $100,000? One New Jersey dealer says why not?
Should you buy the service manual for a Saab 900 from Amazon, they'll suggest you might like the third season of Weeds. So either they think you love pot or you're a middle aged woman. (Hat tip to TJ!)
Is something lacking in your automotive relationship? Do you find yourself checking out other cars when yours isn't looking? If you lust for performance or long for value, you need a 1989 Saab 900 Turbo.
You think a Saab only looks right on snow? Think again!
We've spent a long, cold day in South Carolina, and the level of racing drama has been high. The lead changed again and again, the first- and second-position cars were knocked out by mechanical woes, and a Saab now leads.
We've seen plenty of Saabs, thanks to the folks at Saabs Gone Wild, and most of them have two things in common: they're fast… and they blow up!
While on your way to Detroit to save Trollhättan from the bean-counting trolls, you might as well brew a grande latte, adopt left-wing politics and raid the 80s closet for clothes.
Geo… Oldsmobile… Saturn… Pontiac… and now the Saab marque has landed on The General's Death Row. But don't worry- that won't stop the
scary-ass Saab zealots devoted Saab aficionados who race at the 24 Hours Of LeMons!
Assisted suicide is illegal in Sweden, explaining why Saab, a brand born from jets, died such a slow and painful death at the hands of GM and others. The seven vehicles most responsible for killing the Saab brand below.
This Swedish inline-four debuted in 1981, but it was essentially a redesign of the 1972 Saab-Scania B engine, which itself was based on the- wait, can this be right?- Triumph Slant Four engine.
As always, there was no shortage of BMW E30s at the last LeMons race, but we also saw representatives of British Leyland, German subsidiaries of the Detroit Big Three, and a whole squadron of Saabs.
The numbers of Volvos and Saabs seem to be on the decline at LeMons races, though we're still hoping somebody will show up with a 262C Bertone coupe.