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Saab has been called dead so many times that I can’t believe it until I see Victor Muller himself saying it’s so. And today he said it’s not over yet.

Prints now available: Saab 9-5 2000-01 Aero “Klingon” Wheel

Perhaps the bankruptcy will allow Saab to finally rid themselves of GM, who keeps turning away potential investors.

(Source: jron, via uncannydrive)

If you’re looking for vehicles suited to my personal odd preferences, join me at one of my other blogs - the relatively new uncannydrive.

The ‘69 Marauder (shown here) will be featured soon. Sketches in progress.



Saab currently has an amazing lineup of cars.

The idea that this company could go under, with this much fully-engineered new product, the most efficient factory in the world, and some of the most loyal fans the world over is hard for me to fathom.

(Source: uncannydrive)

a rambling evolution of cool:

"1980 was the year Steve McQueen died, and by the end of the decade it had become cool to be like the slick Gordon Gecko, not the no-glory Bullitt. We were aware of the cultural shift back then, even though we were in the middle of it: clothes changed with it, they got a little shinier, a lot brighter; squeaky clean yuppies disdained the dirty hippies, resulting in not much more resistance than a few "Die Yuppie Scum" t-shirts worn by grunge fans.

By the beginning of the new century we had internalized an entirely new idea of cool.”

(Read more at my longer move sideways)

Saab 9-5 2000-01 Aero “Klingon” Wheel

Designed with the original 9-5 concept car


SAAB PhoeniX

(via freethinkingtoo)

Saab 9-5 Aero SportCombi, classic version

My son’s excited— he sold another t-shirt from his store!

The blue Saab 900.  (Still exciting for him even if it’s my graphic, it’s his store.)


hmm.  Looks excellent in black or in white, but am thinking I’d like to go with the black.