1968 Saab 95 Station Wagon.

April 23, 2017

6 comments

6 comments:

Asgeir Hoffart said...

It´s almost certainly a -67. You can tell by the low windshield.

RomansRoad said...

Man, I love this site! Only here can a a great photo from an off beat part of Portland get a learned response from some expert of obscure cars presumably in Scandinavia! I had to look this car up and would love to see one in person. Very cool. Ben, we need more terrific photos....so forget about that pesky day job!

Anonymous said...

I agree I've seen every vehicle put onto this blog, I started in 2010 so it's been seven years now. My favorite one ever added is a gray four door 1st generation Mitsubishi Montero with graphics on it.

My favorite find ever personally was visiting Seattle and I went for a walk in a neighborhood and found an orange 1968 Pontiac Firebird.
https://s14.postimg.org/7lp9c7k1d/DSC00011.jpg

I've found more rare vehicles than that, this has to be my favorite though.

RomansRoad said...

That orange Firebird is a beast!Mismatched wheels and all yet it still looks like its going 100 sitting still. I used to live in Bellevue, and it seems y'all have much better pickings than here in Dallas. Must be the rain...

Tuomas__ said...

This a find as a 95 is very rare even here in Finland, where Saab-Valmet was making them at that time and local Post was using them as delivery vans.

95/96 was also a very popular car here in late 70s, you couldn't walk at street even a minute without seeing one. Although VW Beetle was even more common.

Most of the remaining 95s here are old Post vehicles, the others have rusted away as Post rust-proofed all of their cars before taking them in use.

One of the European 7 seaters, along with Peugeot and Citroen.

Tony Piff said...

my fave configuration of this bucket-list car.

did they do the third row with sideways seating in the two-door?