- The original 1946 92001 “Ur-Saab,” the first car built by the company’s aerospace engineers and the only Saab that can rightfully claim to be born from jets.
- A six-door 9000 limousine, which must just the thing for getting Hansel and Gretel to the prom.
- The weird, wedgy EV-1 from 1985—not to be confused with former parent GM’s more famous sibling—this one has an all-glass roof with solar panels, Aramid fiber-reinforced composite bumpers, and screen time in the background of Back to the Future II.
- A Cadillac BLS, the short-lived, unloved 9-3 rebadge for European hair-shirt aficionados.
Saab Museum’s 120 Cars Are Up For Grabs
Now that the entire company’s been pawned off like so many storage units on a Discovery Channel show, Saab’s entire 100+ car collection in its home base of Trollhättan is up for grabs to the greedy, unwashed masses. And for a company that’s seems like it has been building the same car for the past 70 years, there are some genuine gems in there. Some of the more notable cars:
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