7-Seater: 1970 Saab 95 Wagon

The Saab 95 (not to be confused with the later Saab 9-5) was built from 1958 through 1978 on a chassis shared with the 93 and 96 sedans. The 95 was the wagon version and naturally the favorite of people who want their kids to experience the thrill of waving at strangers from the rear facing seats. Today’s 95 has the sweet V4 borrowed from a European Ford and a 4-speed manual. Find this 1970 Saab 95 Wagon offered for $12,000 in San Diego, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!

From the seller:

1970 Saab 95
condition: good
cylinders: 4 cylinders
drive: fwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 93000
paint color: blue
size: sub-compact
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: wagon
Original Ca car. 93,000 miles. Eiectric fan & fuel pump, weber 34 ICH. 4 speed on the coloumn. New tires,battery, carpet ,h\liner & w/shield. Was painted the original blue . Engine is V4 made by ford and easy to source parts for. Rear seat along with 2nd row seat fold down to increase cargo area. Chrome is all original and shows some age. Starts every time,no leaks. Brakes and clutch hydraulics gone through. New brake pads ,shoes and booster rebuilt. Original Saab am radio included with car. I recently suffered a stroke and no longer able to enjoy this car. Clear Ca title in my name,

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