Saab 99 and 900

The Complete Story

Saab 99 and 900
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Format: Hardback, 200 Pages
ISBN: 9781861264299
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The first car that Saab made - the 92 model - set the standard for advanced design that would eventually be epitomized by the 99 and 900 cars. Lance Cole takes an in-depth look into the cars' design and history, and into the values that Saab carries into production. Included are year-by-year developments, technically detailed engineering overviews, specifications, advice on owning and buying, and coverage of rallying and special models.

The author

Lance Cole is the author of ten books, three of them for Crowood; this is his second book on Saab. He has a global reputation not just as a Saab commentator, but also as a journalist and design writer. Lance won the 1983 Jaguar Cars/Guild of Motoring Writer Sir William Lyons Award and trained at Autocar magazine. Since then he has written for major titles including The Daily Telegraph, The Independent , Aeroplane and Classic Cars. He has become well known as an automotive and aviation correspondent.

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Format: Hardback, 200 Pages
ISBN: 9781861264299
Illustrations: B&W Ill: 100
Size: 7.25 in x 9.5 in x 0.625 in / 184.15 mm x 241.3 mm x 15.875 mm
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