It seems like the Swedish at Saab are more of a hot item after their financial situation took them through the pearly gates than they were before.
These days there’s two major events to consider about Saab. One is about whats’ being sold and the other is about what’s being bought.
The “on sale” item right now is the Saab museum, with well over 100 units of gem history from within the Swedish brand.
It seems that each of the vehicles is sold off the lot of the Saab Heritage Museum can be purchased piece by piece. We’re certain however that if your pockets are deep enough you can buy the lot.
The Saab museum features some iconic production cars from “back in the day” but it’s also loaded with concepts the company has presented over time.
A second interesting bit about the present situation at Saab is that now that they’re bankrupt investors are considerably more attracted to buying into the company.
In the cold world of finances and economy it makes perfect sense since the Saab is actually worth considerably less after bankruptcy.
Even though they were in a critical state before filing for it, a car maker the likes of Saab is still worth a lot of money and, more importantly, has loads of debt to deal with.
Filing for a bit of “final moments of Concorde appeal” Saab dealers seem to be overrun with visitors, particularly new customers who are interested in taking one of these cars home.
Irony strikes again, on its deathbed, the company seems to be more alive than ever before.