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Old Top Gear, Series 39, Episode 5, (Saab 95 Test etc) Late 1997. 1/2

Jeremy Clarkson tests the 'new' Saab 95 & Quentin Wilson has a feature on where people & dealers buy cars when they are in short supply so as to make a large profit. Steve Berry tests the Ducati ST2 Sport Turismo.


 


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