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Specialized Saab cars Magazine by Klassiker in collaboration with the Saab Museum published in the middle of December last year, received its edition in the English language. As many of you Saab fans are from all over the world, publishers understand that shipping might come at a high price.

Therefor they’ve also added the ability for you to show support by reading the magazine in a digital form. Sounds good? Please order the printed one or read the digital version right now! This is a magazine dedicated to Saab Cars, produced by journalists that live for these classics, Made in Sweden.

Read about the full scale model 92002 from 1947 that proved that Saab was headed in the right direction. And check out the best unrestored Saab 92A in the world, a tribute to its first owner. We also dig deep in the vaults to find the models that never came to be. Treasuries in clay, plasteline and balsa-wood. This magazine is about all the models; we have no less than 18 pages with praise of the 9000 for example. And also a great story about Saab 9-5 NG Sport Combi.

Perhaps it had the power to change history but it didn’t get ready in time. Also a great story about Saab in the USA. The first sales attempts were made in 1956 in what was to become Saab’s most important market. The small car made a great impression on a select but small group of car buyers. Are you one of them? Check out this special magazine, here’s what else you can find in this special edition:

  • Full scale model 92002
    The 1947 full scale model proved that Saab was headed in the right direction.
  • Saab Facett
    A Sonett with a twist – the only one in the world!
  • Steering without a wheel
    As early as 1991, Saab planned revolutionary means to steer a car.
  • Saab 92A 1950
    Probably the best unrestored Saab 92A in the world, a tribute to its first owner. We take it out for a spin
  • The models that never came to be
    Treasuries in clay, plasteline and balsa-wood – we check out the scale models of the Saab styling studios
  • The best Saab stuff!
    Museum shops can be dull and unimaginative. With its fantastic array of Saab memorabilia, the Saab Museum is not.
  • The Saab Club
    A treasury of sparesThe Saab Club’s spares inventory in Skattkärr stocks NOS as well as remanufactured spares, all genuine Saab parts.
  • The Saab Shop
    Dressed in a neat Saab badged mechanic’s suit, Graham greets British enthusiasts.
  • The Trip!
    With a Saab 95 in the far north of Ångermanland. We travel to the heart of Swedish Masonite manufacturing in a car that is also an industrial memorial.
  • Saab Sonett
    The secret outlinesThat Saab was to build a sports car triggered Saab stylists Karlström and GAS. By chance, we discover their sketches.
  • The Arch Rivals Saab 900 vs Volvo 240
    They divided the Swedes and were in many ways the opposites of each other. Still there were similarities.
  • The Engine Swap
    When the four stroke V4 was sneaked in.
  • Saab 9-5 NG Sport Combi
    Perhaps it had the power to change history but it didn’t get ready in time. Michel is the owner of one of only 27 built.
  • Saab in the USA
    The first sales attempts were made in 1956 in what was to become Saab’s most important market. The small car made a great impression on a select but small group of car buyers.
  • The longest haul! Saab 99CC 1975
    Johan Dahl just couldn’t believe it. The car he thought had run 80 000 kilometres, had in fact done ten times as much!
  • Saab 9000 – 18 pages of … praise!
    Probably, it was in May of 1984 that Saab was at its pinnacle. Its reputation was better than ever when the brand new 9000T16 was introduced.
  • The ultra low mileage Saab 96 1980
    It was taken twice to work and back. That was all for this 96, one of the last built. It will forever be known as the 159 kilometre car!
  • Saab 99 EMS Rally
    High speed is not enough for Anders Norstedt. The car must look right too, right down to the smallest detail.
  • Saab Talk by Peter Bäckström
    He joined Saab in 1984. For more than 20 years he has been the Saab Museum curator and is our first Saab chronologist.

You may not miss this content, You can order a print edition for only € 19 (shipping) or digital edition for €9.50. They’ve made a very limited edition of this first magazine in order to test if the interest from the Saab community is high enough for a magazine. Do you like the idea? Buy a magazine and they’ll make another one.


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