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The History of the SAAB - Saab Automobile AB
In the midst of WWII, from manufacturing engines, to aircraft, to cars. Saab Automobile's history began Saab Automobile AB is a Swedish premium car manufacturer. It was formed in 1945 when Saab AB began a project to design a small automobile. The first production model, the Saab 92, was launched in 1949. In 1968 the parent company merged with Scania-Vabis, and ten years later the Saab 900 was launched, in time becoming Saab's best-selling model. In the mid-1980s the new Saab 9000 model also appeared. In 1989 the automobile division of Saab-Scania was restructured into an independent company, Saab Automobile AB. The American manufacturer General Motors took 50% ownership with an investment of $600 million, and then in 2000 exercised its option to acquire the remaining 50% for a further $125 million; so turning Saab Automobile into a wholly owned GM subsidiary. In 2010 GM sold Saab Automobile AB to the Dutch automobile manufacturer Spyker Cars N.V. After struggling to avoid insolvency throughout 2011, the company petitioned for bankruptcy following the failure of a Chinese consortium to complete a purchase of the company; the purchase had been blocked by former owner GM, which opposed the transfer of technology and production rights to a Chinese company. On June 13, 2012, it was announced that a newly formed company called National Electric Vehicle Sweden (Nevs) had bought Saab Automobile's bankrupt estate. According to "Saab United", the first Nevs Saab 9-3 drove off its pre-production line on September 19, 2013. Full production restarted Monday December 2, initially the same gasoline-powered 9-3 Aero sedans that were built before Saab went bankrupt, and intended to get the automaker's supply chain back up and running as it completes development of its new Nevs products. Give this video a thumbs up if you liked it, share it or subscribe to our Top Shift channel for new video updates!





The sleeper Saab 9000 axle change and quick drive boost pull.
Another dirty job but on my own 20 psi Boost sleeper.





Saab 9-3 Viggen 800Hp Pikes Peak.mpg
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1993 saab 9000 CS Promo
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SAAB Suite Ballet
Ballet in 3 acts for 8 Saab 9000 turbos





New SAAB 9000
Promotional video from 1994 Related videos: "Top Gear S18E05 History of Saab" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8PT91JWljQ Part of Saab history series http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lm5xpF_NBw0





Venta de Saab Automobile AB
General Motors y Koenigsegg Group Firman un Acuerdo de Compra de Acciones para la Venta de Saab Automobile AB. Mas información: http://www.redsaab.com/noticias/noticia11.html





Saab 9000 Turbo - Documentary
The Saab 9000 is a large executive car that was produced by the Swedish company Saab from 1984 to 1997. Representing the company's foray into the executive car scene, the 9000 remained in production until it was replaced by the Saab 9-5 in late 1997. Saab designed the 9000 as part of the Type Four platform in conjunction with the Italian automaker Fiat Automobiles. Fiat retailed similar derivative versions as the more basic Fiat Croma, the luxury-themed Lancia Thema, and the sports-oriented Alfa Romeo 164. Unlike the 164, which shares only the chassis, the Croma and Thema are outwardly similar to the 9000. As such, much of the bodywork appeared interchangeable between the 9000, Croma and Thema; for example, the doors. However, because Saab fitted heavier side impact protection they will not fit.[citation needed] Only seven different parts are actually interchangeable.[2] The 9000's body was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and Saab designer Björn Envall. Despite being shorter overall than the 900, the 9000 had a longer wheelbase and greater interior space, and was the first Saab vehicle imported to the United States to be classed as a "large car" by the EPA.





Saab 9000 Promotional Film
Saab 9000 Dealer introduction video





SAAB 9000 1995 Front and Rear Brake Disc and Pad Change
A quick video showing you how to change the pads and discs on a 1995 Saab 9000 CD. I only show the front, but the rear is very similar, with only 1 metal dust cap to remove in order to release the pressure so you can push the piston back. How to Jack up a Saab 9000: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYt_rgGZ788 Music by Boxcat: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/BoxCat_Games/





Amesie's Corner 65 - 97 Saab 9000 High power high mile-er
26 lbs of Boost!





Saab 9000 2 0 CS
My Saab 9000 2.0 CS 1995





SAAB Automobile Parts AB
A short video showing the main functionality of the warehouse system of SAAB Automobile Parts AB in Nyköping, Sweden





Top Gear SAAB 9-5 Aero
Jeremy Clarkson tests the SAAB 9-5 Aero





Saab 9000 Aero tuned by Abbott Racing
Driving video of Saab 9000 Aero tuned using products from Abbott Racing





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1994 Saab 9000 CD 2.3T: 10.583 @ 127.000
John Andersson, Turbos: Holset HX40 Tires: MT ET DRAG 26x10 15


1985 Saab 9000 Turbo: 11.590 @ 129.000
Mats Gustafsson, Engine: 2.0, Turbos: Schwitser S200 Tires: MT ET Street 26x10,5-15


1987 Saab 9000 turbo: 12.100 @ 115.080
Jn Gunnar Kristinsson, Engine: B202L, Turbos: Garrett T3/T4 E50, .63 stage 3 ex. Tires: ET drag 26*8,5/15


1987 Saab 9000 Turbo: 13.370 @ 106.960
Andrey Sokolov, Engine: Stock 2ltr, Turbos: STOCK T3 Tires: Stock


1996 Saab 9000 Aero: 13.520 @ 105.000
Ronny Olofsson, Engine: B234 (Stock), Turbos: TD04 -15t #6 (stock) Tires: Kuhmo V700 soft


1997 Saab 9000 Aero: 13.817 @ 106.430
Trevor Lambert, Engine: B234 (stock), Turbos: Mitsu TD04 (stock) Tires: BFG T/A Drag Radial


1993 Saab 9000 2,3T: 13.930 @ 108.000
Andreas Plars, Engine: B234L, Supercharger: -- Turbos: Singel TD04 hl 15t (9000 AERO) Tires: Dunloop SP sport 9000.


1995 Saab 9000 Aero: 14.810 @ 98.710
john k, Engine: 2.3 turbo, Supercharger: - Turbos: stock td04 Tires: 205-55-ZR16 yokohama avs


 


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