The Saab 99 as a friction tester are probably pretty rare, especially ones that survived in such good condition. This 99 Combi Coupe is offered for sale in Germany at a price of € 4.250. The seller’s […]
Classics and Sports Car magazine Chris Rees samples a trio of turbo pioneers from BMW, Saab and Renault BMW 2002 Turbo Saab 99 turbo Renault 18 Turbo
Etienne Morsa is a Belgian Saab enthusiast and blog writer who has a worldwide following. On February 18-19, 2011, Etienne competed in the Legend Boucles de Spa rally in Spa, a Belgian town located between […]
Title Saab 99 and 900 – The Complete Story Author Lance Cole ISBN 1 86126 429 1 Publisher The Crowood Press LTD – Great Britain Date 2001 Language English Pages 160 From the front dust […]
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Trollhättan, Sweden — Although the regular Saab 99 Sedan and WagonBack models already can boost of very large interior dimensions, this “king-size” Saab 99 has them beat by all of 30 inches. Specially built for […]
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Magazine article from Retro Cars – United Kingdom – January 2005 Galactic mile-muncher and automotive icon, this chunk of Swedish retro can still make a cracking buy. Click any thumbnail to view larger images. You […]
Making its world debut at the Frankfurt Auto Show in September 1977, the 99 Turbo instantly became one of the most emblematic cars in Saab’s history. The launch car, finished in a unique Pearl White, […]
The Saab 99 debuted in 1967, the same year that Sweden changed from driving on the left to the right side of the road. The 99 was a step up from the successful 92-96 series, […]
Durable, cheap and quirky, 99s make good first classics Malcolm McKay Classics and Sports Car magazine – UK