Date: Mon, 07 Feb 2000 12:55:19 GMT
From: ntadm <>
Subject: Re: Volvo engine?

Johannes H Andersen wrote: > It is quite odd that a small country like Sweden has two major car companies > with so little in common. The old 4 stoke SAAB engines had origins from Triump. > Volvo have used engines from Renault and Mitsubishi. With the recent alignments > with GM and Ford respectively, and with these companies aligned with other > car makers, I wonder if their path will cross somewhere. And not to forget Ford, who delivered the first 4stroke engines to the _old_ Saab 96. If i remember correctly, it vas a 2/3 split from the V6, that is a V4 with extraordinary sound... The triumph engine was used in the early models of Saab 99. //kimmo

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