sky so blue.i want one real bad. i'd take this one. but i feel like this wagon and i are destined to be together.
I'd like to find, and buy one of the Saabs Kurt Vonnegut sold back in the day.
I like the red stripe
Mate, post some of the GM era ones...Yes, I like them and no, it's not ok to flame me.
What do you mean anon? Have you gone back a few pages to see the other recent stuff? Our goal is to never keep someone waiting to see different eras and countries alternating regularly, as well as oddities you'd never expect.
Chill down. I've seen almost all your posts since January, and even before that. I love this place.What I am talking here is to show some of the GM era Saabs. That's it.
Right on man, I didn't mean to sound non-chill with my question. Thanks for diving deep and posting replies. I wasn't actually familiar with "the GM era", largely because around 1989 is often a questionable era for old parked cars (more modern designs and more survivors). I like the late 70s and early 80s Saabs more than Tony does, but what's your fave model of the GM era? Clicking the Saab tag recently was a lot of fun.
I went there this morning too and it was indeed lots of fun. Lots of character in those cars.To me, anything >=20 years is game. But you guys are the owners of the site and do a great job.Some NG900s wouldn't hurt. A 9000. Maybe an early 9-5.Have a nice day :)
It´s actually a -67, because of the low windshield and back window.
and the rear view mirror on the dash.
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