Saab 93A, 1957
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Updated: 31-January-2023 12:06

Saab 93A, 1957

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Saab 93A, year 1957. Colour dark red combined with a grey/ dark red cloth interior and grey rubber carpet. This magnificent and beautifully streamlined two-stroke Saab was restored in the year 2008. In the process the original interior was retained. The bodywork is in superb condition showing crisp panel-fit and very good paintwork. The original interior is largely in good condition, showing some wear and tear to the seat facings and the odd stain. All the original details are present like the semaphore trafficator arms and the wood rimmed Saab steering wheel! Mechanically the car is in very good condition, the car drives and sounds splendidly! The engine is a 750 cc two-stroke unit fitted with a 750 GT cylinder head. Power is transmitted to the front wheels via a three-speed gearbox with a steering-column operated shift-lever. This special Swedish classic model is listed on the Mille Miglia eligible car list. So, you might be granted an entry for this legendary Italian event with this car!


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Svenska Aeroplan AB, SAAB originally started as a manufacturer of aero planes. After the second world war the firm decided to expand their business and started developing and manufacturing automobiles. It started with the Saab 92. The car was given a very aerodynamic bodywork and the car was fitted with a DKW two stroke engine. Saab decided to enter the car in rally competitions which brought great success. The Saabs were light, agile and aerodynamic. This combined with front wheel drive proved to the perfect ingredients for a successful rally car. The make became famous with amongst others rally driver Erik Carlsson.

Technical data

3 cylinder two-stroke engine
cylinder capacity: 748 cc.
capacity: 45 bhp (standard 33 bhp at 4200 rpm.)
gearbox: manual (column shift)
top speed: approx. 130 km/h - 82 mph.
weight: 787 kg

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