1970 Saab 95 Review
A Great Car To Have. It Led Me To Buying Only A Saab Product For The Next 25 Years. — With the V-4 engine and a 4 speed on the column tranny. this car was unique. That it also had a transmission freewheel made it a great car to drive on ice. Each time I thought I had broken something really necessary, a small task would have "Fifi" back on the road. A 1970 car with side window defrosters was thinking far ahead of the norm. I never had reason to use the rear facing third row seat, but it was there. I just kept going and going. I think it has 130 k miles on it when I sold it (a mistake) but it never used or leaked any oil and the original clock (analog) still worked beautifully.
Pros: Hip, advanced for its time, a variety of uses.
Cons: Watch for rust on any car this old.
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