The Saab Museum, for sale. Some assembly required.
Hello, and welcome to yet another edition of Killing Saab Slowly With His Song. Today, it’s not the future of Saab that’s in jeopardy, but the past. We’ve (alright, some have) waited to know what will be the last Saab built; this listing enclosed here includes the first ever Saab built. In addition, here stands nearly every single milestone that has ever existed in Saab’s history.
It doesn’t matter if Saab is ever resurrected – if the museum’s contents are sold off to anybody who comes up with a qualified offer and scattered around the world, there will be no history onto which any future can be built on. I don’t doubt for a minute that the most important cars here will end up in good hands, but still in my mind they should remain together, for they are the cars that built the company – however sorry and farcical the end is.
Now that the required wrist-cutting with a Saab brochure is done, let me pick out the ten cars I would scavenge for myself were there a brick building and the required funds.
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