Those of you who have been around for a little while and possessing good memories might remember my trip out the back of the Saab Museum.
One of the rare cars I was fortunate enough to see was a prototype Saab 99 station wagon, a car that was never built, but made for some curious viewing. It seems someone decided to turn such an idea into reality, employing some wagon-like bodywork to extend the capacity of a Saab 900 hatch.
I don’t know the full story behind this car, but it’s popped up on the Dutch Saab forum recently. Perhaps one of you who speaks the local lingo can provide some background to this most curious of cars?
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There are more photos, and a writeup in Dutch at the Dutch Saab Forum.