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Gripen Aggressor enters the fray in US red air competition

Saab is exploring the burgeoning red air market with its Gripen Aggressor, but the new adversary aircraft could face a tough competition against cheaper, former military jets. 253 more words

Review Article

Beyond Saab: George's Imports looks back at its 60 years in the European car business

George’s Imports Has Specialized in Foreign Cars for over 60 years

By Kathy Feist

George’s Imports has several cars waiting for repairs: an MG, Triumph, Rolls Royce, Mercedes, Audi, Volvo, and most of all Saabs. 610 more words

Saab 9-2x, the Hidden WRX Wagon

Worked on the Saab 9-2x today replacing a power steering pump. This car is a sweet rebadged design of a 2005 Subaru WRX wagon. A true wolf in sheeps clothing.


Repairing the turbocharger in a Saab

Here’s what a new center hub rotating assembly, or CHRA, looks like in a Garrett GT1549 turbocharger looks like, in case you were wondering. The aftermarket component is manufactured by Rotomaster, and will go back into the 2001 SAAB 9-5 SE V6 Wagon from whence it came. 7 more words


Leaving Off The Saws

It’s now autumn, a time to reflect. Recently, DTW has been driving Lancias and we have discussed the decline of this once noble marque. It is not the only brand to have faded away. 486 more words

Ford Europe

Auction watch: 1949 Saab 49 pre-production prototype

One of the very first cars built by Saab is scheduled to cross the auction block in France this Sunday. Auction house Bonhams is offering one of the 20 pre-production prototypes assembled before Saab began series production of the 92. 263 more words


Saab A-32A Lansen

@ Estrella Warbird Museum, Paso Robles, CA

August 2017

My SoCal road trip to the Camarillo airshow conveniently had some aviation museums along the way. Paso Robles is the home to a very nice collection of warbirds, especially combat jets.  60 more words