Historic Saab collection for sale

As the administrators try to clear some of Saab's debt, the historic collection is to be split up and sold

Swedish administration firm, Delphi, is selling the Saab historic collection, with cars like the 1946 URSAAB prototype, and 2006 Saab Aero X concept being auctioned off. Delphi is trying to recuperate as much money as possible from the remainder of Saab's assets, and will be splitting the collection up, accepting bids until 20 January, so be quick with your offers.

The huge Saab historic collection, located in Trollhättan, contains 65 years of automotive history, with 123 important prototypes, lesser spotted classic and modern-day Saabs all under one roof.

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You can download the official PDF, or visit Delphi's website for more details.

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