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Freeze damage is interesting stuff. I've never seen it in a Saab - only in Triumph and British Ford - which might say more about British car owners' culture than anything else. Once I saw a British Ford engine whose block was patched in multiple places, to mend freeze cracks from different times it had frozen the coolant. I was thinking that was the kind of thing you only do once and then you learn...but evidently not on that car! Hopefully they were from different owners.
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