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Monday, July 4, 2011

Saab Catherina

The Saab Catherina is a 1964 ancestor sports car, commissioned by the Swedish automaker Saab, advised by Sixten Sason and fabricated at the workshops of the Aktiebolaget Svenska Järnvägsverkstäderna (ASJ - the Swedish Railroad Works) in Katrineholm, Sweden (hence the name). It is a red, two-seat sports car with a targa top. Sason, who was alive as a contributor for Saab, fabricated some assets of a baby sports coupé in the aboriginal 1960s. As Saab was planning to acquaint a sports car model, the aggregation commissioned him to accept the architecture for accumulation production. The activity began in January 1963 and in May the accumulation of the ancestor started at the ASJ. The ancestor was aboriginal displayed, however, alone on 24 April 1965, at the Linköping Sports Centre.

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