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1967 SAAB 95

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Reference Number 359502

as of 10/22/2015

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Car 1967 Saab 95
VIN 46160 
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Known History

1967 SAAB 95 STATION WAGON for sale

 

Exotic Classics is proud to present this brilliant front-wheel-drive 1967 SAAB 95 two-door, seven-passenger wagon with a folding, rear-facing seat. In about 2010 the car received an all-encompassing, ground-up restoration, with European specialist Igor Boun of Northern California carrying out the high-quality paint and bodywork. The Wagons exterior sports a Mercedes-Benz code, deep wine metallic finish and the interior has been redone in Palomino MB-Tex weave with bamboo rattan pattern accents in the cargo area.

The V-4 engine has been rebuilt; the transmission seals, gaskets, and bearings were replaced as needed. All front-end components and bushings were also replaced, and the front and rear brakes feature new rotors, pads, wheel cylinders, and calipers. The carburetor, wiper motor, brake and clutch master cylinders, starter, alternator, water pump, steering rack, and CV joints were also rebuilt. To complete the look, SAAB Sonett soccer ball alloy sports wheels were added, featuring body-color inserts and polished details. Period whitewall radials add to the 95 Wagons deluxe, vintage look. This car presents virtually flawlessly, with every conceivable aspect of renewal having been addressed during its nut-and-bolt restoration. The result of all this effort has produced what is likely one of a handful of concours-level SAABs in the world.

 

The specifications of this car include 1,498 CC V-4-Cylinder, 4-Stroke Engine 65 BHP at 4,700 RPM 4-Speed Manual Gearbox Front Disc and Rear Drum Brakes Parallel-Wishbone Independent Front Suspension with Coil Springs Rear Swing Axle with Coil Springs

 

SAAB (Svenska Aeroplan Aktiebolaget) began as a Swedish aircraft manufacturer. Looking to spread its wings, the company applied its engineering knowledge to the automotive industry and introduced its first car, the SAAB 92, in late 1949. The 95 Wagon, a vehicle suited to the challenging Scandinavian climate, was produced from 1959 to 1978 and last sold in the US in 1973. The 95 Wagon gained racing acclaim when SAAB rally legend Erik On the Roof Carlsson made a strong finish in his 95 at the 1961 Monte Carlo Rally.

 

Very few miles have been put on the car since its extensive refurbishment. This meticulously presented SAAB 95 Wagon will make a unique and crowd-pleasing concours entry or it can take a special place in any eclectic automobile collection.