93 1956 to 1960

Saab 93 1956 to 1960

The 93 marked Saab's expansion as a car manufacturer, even though it was only the company's second model. It was sold overseas, and opened new markets for the company. This was slightly surprising in some ways, as it was quite an iconoclastic car. Aerospace styling, twin-stroke engines, and free-wheel gearing made the Saab easy to pick out of a 50s line-up. It was also a popular competition car, mostly in rallying but even at Le Mans and the Mille Miglia.

Originally fitted with a now unavailable 520-15 crossply tyre. A modern radial replacement would be a 145SR15.

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