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Saab Heritage Museum: Clearance auction

In the wake of Saab’s recent demise, liquidators have moved in to break up the inventory of the ill-fated Swedish manufacturer’s heritage museum. While this sadly all but eradicates any chance of resurrection, it also gives you the chance to choose your very own memento from the 120 cars offered.

Among the victims of the foreclosure are an original 92001 ‘Ursaab’ (the company’s first model) from 1946, tail-finned versions of the late 50s/early 60s 95s, and rally models of the 92, 93, 95, 99 and 900. Also included in the 123-page PDF lotlist are several design studies based on the 900, as well as various experimental, pre-production, and racing cars spanning the manufacturer’s 64-year history. Other highlights include a pair of 94 Sonetts from 1956, and numerous one-off models such as the 1965 Catherina and AeroX concept of 2006.

The 120 vehicles will be auctioned in Tröllhättan on the 23 January, with written bids accepted until 20 January – you can bid for one car, a group, or the catalogue as a whole. For more information visit the liquidator’s website, or contact [email protected] or [email protected].

Photos: Saab

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