3cyl commented on the post, The ‘Impossible’ made Possible – Unique Saabs road legal in Sweden 6 days, 7 hours ago
Nice to see that perseverance paid off.
By the way, do any of the 27 remaining SCs have the NA rear tailgate/bumper?
To the extent a diesel is worth the extra cost vs.gas power, that benefit is diminished in a diesel-hybrid as the diesel will not be used for all driving situations. It seems somewhat of a belt and suspenders […]
In the latter versions especially, SAAB did a great job of making the 9000 hatchback look more sedan than hatch while providing interior volume near that of a wagon.. The powerful versions were fast and the […]
Doug R and Angelo, I personally agree that there are benefits to a design that has a longer than lifespan. My point was that most people don’t. Even Tim has been reluctant to fully endorse NEVS’ product because […]
As you imply, there has to be some value assigned to having a
car produced in relatively small volume. NEVS currently cannot go head to head on the specifications page with their high production competitors for […]
BMW is expanding its hatchback line and doing it with the sloped back of the old SAABs not with a Combi style back common on smaller cars. They make wagons too, but obviously they see a market for a car like the […]
If there is any doubt that the modern automobile has become more appliance than machine, consider that somewhere along the way the view of a plastic cover when opening the hood became more appealing than the sight […]
3cyl commented on the post, Getting significant brake performance in a 9-5, Part 2 1 month, 3 weeks ago
I wanted to upgrade the brakes on a nice old Jeep Cherokee not too long ago. In this case the replacement rotors were the same diameter, but dimpled and slotted as compared to the original equipment flat rotors. […]
3cyl commented on the post, Classic cars reinvented: Car icons back from the dead. 2 months ago
The original Ami 6 must be included as another design that is difficult to “outdo” as evidenced by a listing on Hemmings.com at $32,000US.
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