Juuuust squeezing into Radcast eligibility, the Saab 9-3 debuted in 1998. This is Hongwell’s 1/43 scale model of the 3 door hatchback variant.
Thought Iwould try something new. This should should be fun! Let’s see what you got!
If you’re looking for a duck billed car... I’ve got the car for you.
The Vauxhall Cavalier and the Saab 9000. Two red, ‘90s saloons that couldn’t be more different. One is a dowdy British family sedan with German roots that came with a parts-bin four cylinder, and the other is Sweden’s sauciest hatchback on an Italian platform with some of the mightiest turbo-fours ever.
In the late 1980's to early 1990's there seemed to be a huge market for midsize executive European saloons. If you wanted one, you could have just about any flavor from Renault to Jaguar, Vauxhall to Alfa Romeo, Ford to BMW, and anything in between. Of course, many countries were represented in this line-up with…
Following yesterday’s French Friday, today is Swedish Saturday and for the first time, I’ve got some Saabs instead of Volvos!
I believe your tshirt has arrived.
1947 Saab 92001 “Ursaab”. 1934 Tatra 77.
This is a Saab Sonett III. On the face of it, you may think it’s pretty wacky; it has a V4 engine, was made by a little Swedish manufacturer, and weighs under two tons.
I may be creating a new category here, but who doesn’t want a Wacky Wednesday in the mix! I figured it would be the most fitting title to showcase some of the weirdest parts of my collection, and yet one of the most treasured. This line of cars was marketed under the appallingly awkward name “Phat Boyz” and were sold…