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I am the proud owner of a green 1967 Saab 95. It is a long term project as it runs but needs radiator work and a complete interior. 129000 miles. This car came from Seattle originally and and seen some use. The last owner left it on the street and it was towed away. However it was rescued by a friend of mine and it now lives in my garage. It has a restorable steering wheel with horn ring, clock and radio, All the bits are there. It has been great stress relief just to go out and mess around with it. The original green paint comes right up after using rubbing compound! Gotta love it.
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