Classic Car Consignments
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1957 Saab 93 ‘Mille Miglia’
Early 2-door family Coupe with suicide doors and characteristic front split window
The 93 was the second production automobile that was manufactured by Saab, it was first presented on December 1, 1955
3-cilinder 748cc two-stroke engine, producing 33HP in standard form (this car has a little more 😉 , top speed of approx 130km/h
1 of 3 race/rally prepared Saab 93 by Saab Sweden for the 2011 Mille Miglia Storico (see main picture).
Exactly 10 years ago, the trio of Saab 93 followed in the wheel tracks of Charlie Lohmander and Harald Kronegard, who won their class with a Saab 93 in the last 1957 Mille Miglia road race. They completed the 1000 Miglia at a remarkable average speed of 96 km/h in a privately-entered car with factory support.
The car on offer today is car N°3 with race number 333.
Car N°1, with starting number 331, was driven by Mats Fägerhag (Saab Automobile’s Vice President of Vehicle Product Development) and Peter Bäckström (Manager of the Saab Museum). Car N°2 , with race number 332 , was entered by none other than then Spyker CEO Victor Muller and was driven by Hans Hugenholtz and his wife Laurence.
Our car, wearing race number 333 during the 2011 MM, was also prepared by the Saab Museum and was driven by long-time Belgian Saab enthusiast Jacques Beherman, whose family company has been importing Saab cars for the Belgian market since 1979.
Entered and successfully competed in the 2011 and 2016 Mille Miglia .
Car in concours condition, both interior and exterior are pristine and the 2-stroke engine was given a complete no expenses spared overhaul and upgrade.
Your chance to compete in a future 1000 Miglia edition at the wheel of a very unusual car at a reasonable price.
Ask for more info or a testdrive. Price on request upon viewing.
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Nicolas Van Frausum
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2870 Puurs – Belgium