I had a few communiques with Chip Lamb from West of Sweden late last week, with regard to the Saab vehicles remaining unsold from the former GM Heritage Collection.
There were a number of vehicles bought, restored, or just kept from new by GM in their Heritage Collection that the new Saab organisation either couldn’t afford to keep and store, or didn’t think were needed to be kept outside of the Saab Museum (take your pick).
Most of those have already been sold, in some cases sold back to owners who had them before GM bought them in the first place. There are a few remaining, however.
They are listed below with brief notes from Chip, in some cases expanded a little by me:
Saab 9-3 Aero 1/400 – $30k, with virtually no miles on the clock. This is #1 of the 400 anniversary convertibles produced for the US market back in 2006.
Saab 9-7x #1 (pilot car used for auto shows et.c. – actually VINned as a ’03) – $23k
Saab 9-2x Aero – $21k – 15k miles and somewhat rough miles at that, as it was used by European Car magazine for a while.
And the party piece of the bunch…..
Saab 900 Airport Runway Friction Tester $16k ($50k restoration by GM…) – no miles since restoration
Images taken by GM, gleaned from Saab History, where there’s also a fuller listing of all the vehicles that were in the collection.
If you have any interest in one of these, contact Chip via West of Sweden.