1969 Saab 95

1969 Saab 95

The Saab 95 was the first car from Trollhätten to truly expand on the Saab formula. It arrived a decade after the first production Saab, the 92, but its roots in the “Ursaab” project of the late 1940s were clear. Saabs were evolutionary, and 95’s 19-year run would certainly prove that. The 95 was also unique in Saab’s pantheon of products for a long time – after it was dropped in 1980, the company didn’t make another production wagon until the 9-5 in 1998.

1969 Saab 95

 

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