Youngtimer is a term mostly used in Europe and usually is a vehicle between 15 and 30 years of age. They have the potential to become a classic car (or oldtimer) in the future and are often used as daily drivers and kept in great shape. Maintaining these older cars is often more expensive than new cars but premium cars from Europe like Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Audi, Volvo and Saab are perfect candidates for being a youngtimer.
Great opportunity if you want to start your own funeral business or just have a large family. The hearse could be a multi-functional vacation / camper with a few modifications.
Buy-it-now price is GBP 9,950 so around US$ 14,600 or EUR 13.800.
2000 SAAB 9-5 Hearse & Limousine | eBay
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2000 SAAB 9-5 HEARSE AND LIMOUSINE
It's surprising to see this ex police car offered for sale. The listing on Blocket.se shows it is original and still has all equipment, including the lightbar on the roof. It also says you can drive this on public roads but you can't drive witht he alarm lights on..
It's only about USD / EUR 5000 (SEK 44 500) so pretty cool to have as a collectors item. Mileage shows between 350,000 and 400,000 kilometers but the exterior appears to be in g...
The Swedish design firm Viztech showed a design concept based on the Saab 96 several years ago in 2010. Tthese computer images generated quite some interest and it was exciting to imagine what a real life example of this Saab 96 would look like. The car was designed for Per Strömqvist by designer Bo Zolland.
Bilsport.se reports this unique Saab 96 is nearing completion and features a hand-built body in sheet metal. Powering this ba...
Valmet in Finland developed a Saab 9000 Convertible Concept that never made it into production. The concept car is preserved at the Uusikaupunki Automuseo at the Valmet factory and not much information has been published about it so far.
Our friend Saabrobz visited the museum and shared some pictures of the 9000 convertible concept on Flickr. Find more info about the museum here: SaabWorld - Uusikaupunki Automuseo, Finland - The othe...
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