Yes, It IS an Oxymoron.
I've been a SAAB enthusiast pretty much my entire adult life. I can't really answer of why, but they just sort of clicked and the marque has been a driving force (no pun intended) in my life ever since my first test drive as a College Sophomore.
Recently, I told a friend the "short-short" version of the story of how SAAB and I came to be. I suppose it is totally normal for any person to ask the question when they learn about the proclivity for the
So What? SAAB is dead!
Technically, most SAAB models "died" off (and every other generational car model) well before SAAB went into backrupcy in 2012. I don't see how just because the company doesn't make any new cars is a reason not to support and celebrate what it did when it was still producing them. If you are reading this, you probably know exactly what I'm talking about, so here lies the crux of this post...
After nearly 20 years of driving, racing, restoring and
hoarding collecting these classic SAABs, I'd like to do my part in keeping the appeal alive. My goal is two-fold , inspiring the passion and enthusiasm that I have on to others and developing the highest quality products and best service available.
Modern Classic SAAB
I've always been interested in modification and engineering but also appreciate the struggle for preservation. Keeping with an original design intent, but perhaps apply new materials or new manufacturing techniques to improve or just make available products that were around in the hay day of SAAB. Sometimes it's modification for the sake of looks , performance or utility. Whatever it is, with the advent of micro-manufacturing and procedures, small batches of high-quality precision parts can now be available without a huge price tag, made proudly right here in the USA.