The chassis, cab and body panels are restored from the original parts, but the engine, transmission, brakes and electronics get robust upgrades.
Enjoy them and resell in 10 to 15 years for a payday.
Even with a turbo and leather seats, it remains a hideous icon from an era that nearly killed the station wagon.
Technically speaking, the 96 was not Saab’s first car; it wasn’t even it’s second (that’d be the 93).
They don’t go for six figures, they’re still in production, today, and they’re pretty much everywhere.
I could have done it all day.
Being on the ground when it all goes down is a gorgeous, frantic fury.
Any owner can send their 10-year-old-plus car in for thoroughly modern service.
Jamie Kitman doesn’t collect high-school dream cars.
Craig Jackson sees a lot of cars roll across his auction block.
This Defender is poised to set itself apart from the not-’90s-enough-badass-vehicle scene.
For a super pure, joyful driving experience, look to the West…