5-door Saab 900 Finlandia for sale

There seems to be a five door Saab 900 Finlandia for sale here: http://www.nettiauto.com/saab/900/6429464

These are extremely rare. There can’t be much more than a handful (one or two most likely) ever made. The engine has been replaced with 16 valve Turbo, and the condition is not that nice, but the price is cheap.


Saab 96 V4 1700S 1974

Here’s one of the more rare Saab 96 models I saw at the Saab Festival – Saab 96 1700S.

The info card on the car said there was only 83 Saab 1700S made in 1974 and 1975. But in a Klassiker magazine I have it is stated that between 120 to 150 were made. Anyhow – it’s still a very rare model and presumably as few as two 1700S have been restored to their former glory so far. This one is owned by Anders Jensen.

The cars were standard 96 V4 that were modified and tuned by the Saab competition department in Trollhättan. Following modifications were made by the mechanics at the competition department:
– 1.7 litre engine lightly tuned, 90 hp.
– upgraded chassis
– leather Sport&Rally steering wheel
– tachometer
– aluminium rims (football rims)
– Simons rally exhaust system
– rally stripes

All cars were painted Indian yellow. This model was only available in Sweden.

IntSaab2013 site open


It looks like the International Saab Club Meeting 2013 official pages are now open!

I would have loved to attend but unfortunately I just don’t have the time this year…

But for those interested check the site: http://www.intsaab2013.com/
It seems to be somewhat ”work in progress” at the moment but I’m sure it will be updated through the spring.

Meanwhile, there’s some info on the SOC site http://www.saabclub.co.uk/index.php/international-saab-clubs-meeting-gb-2013.html and the Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/IntSaab2013.