SAAB Of The Week

This week our SAAB Of The Week is also the find of the week. Pierre says he had been looking for a convertible for some time that he liked and could afford. His search is over now that he has found this amazing 93 in Vermont with only 48,000 miles and no rust. It really pays to not settle and to search for your perfect car if you are in no hurry, I am sure that Pierre will have a very fun and exciting spring and summer now that he has his convertible. Thanks for sharing with us and as always, keep those photos coming in to [email protected].

Saab of the week

SAAB Of The Week

This weeks SAAB Of The Week comes from Freddy and is his 9-3 after a good snow fall. With 104 likes on our Facebook page, this one was a clear winner.

Flexline 100

If you’re not on Facebook and still want to see the photos that are added, click on the SOTW tab above and check out some of the fabulous cars that have been added. We even have some exceptionally rare cars owned by SU friends like these two below. The photos are added as they come in, so check back often and keep the photos coming to [email protected]

Arjans beautiful Aero. Sky Blue colour.
9-3 Independence of Daniel Ploetz from Franconia, Germany

SAAB Of The Week

This weeks car for Saab Of The Week is a 2004 9-3 Aero Convertible coming from Harry in Brisbane Australia. With the cold that a lot of people are experiencing right now, this photo makes me crave the summer and warmer weather. Thanks for sharing Harry.

2004 93 Aero

SAAB Of Week

This weeks Saab of The Week pick is from Jordan, who has a ’99 Viggen that has generated a lot of likes on the Facebook page as well as comments. The wheels would be something you either love or don’t but they definitely stand out and draw attention to a very sought after Saab. In the comments posted about this car, people were saying how they missed their Viggen and how if you ever had one, you would miss it too. Hard not to love the Viggen when it came with 225hp and talk about a rare car, I have seen numbers varying from 400 to 426 built for 1999. Thanks for sharing Jordan.













From Saab History I found some other interesting details on the first two years of the Viggen for those that did not know:

The first model year MY1999 for the Saab Viggen and its body continued to be manufactured at Saab’s factory in Trollhattan, Sweden, then shipped in a climate controlled, sealed container to Uusikaupunki, Finland for painting and final assembly at the Valmet Automotive plant.

The painting of the first two years of the Saab 9-3 Viggen, were appropriately colored in “lightening blue”, paying homage to the significance of the “thunderbolt” name.

Here is the video from SU about the making of the car and being born from jets.

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