|06-26-2010 07:55 PM|
|tucksayre||We really need to import some toppolas to the states...I mean the US is perfect for it! Thanks for sharing the pictures!|
|06-26-2010 07:41 AM|
I tend to visit the SAAB-festivals everytime and I´m going to visit the festival even this year.
But this year I think i´ll bring the blue 99 turbo instead of a vert.
Perhaps we´ll see each other there?
|06-26-2010 07:23 AM|
Those pics are great!
I'm pretty sure I saw your car in person at the Saab Festival in 2007. It was parked outside of the Saab Museum.
|06-25-2010 05:36 PM|
I missed a couple of pics.
Here are some pics from our second international Toppolameeting earlier this spring.
(There are more Toppola-nuts than me)...
|06-25-2010 05:36 PM|
|justineffingp||<---Jealous. Wow you have an amazing collection my friend.|
|06-25-2010 05:27 PM|
The reason why it´s ride so low is the lower suspentions and shockabsorbers.
So the Toppola has nothing to do with the low ride.
Here´s two pics of the car before and after the lowering, and a couple of more pics....
I´m very glad that you like my cars. I found myself being a collector on older days...
|06-25-2010 04:39 PM|
Damn! Very Very nice collection!
Got any Saab tents for the hatch backs? I hear that's another RARE accessory
Those topolla's must be tough on the ride of the Viggen/9-3 isn't it? Looks rather stressed out with weight there... I always find your picture on Google picture search when looking for those or other Saab camper combo's Good to know you found saablink!
|06-25-2010 10:54 AM|
|Tweek's Turbos||Neat, I would love a toppola.|
|06-25-2010 05:56 AM|
|WyldSaabMan||I'm digging the Red 99 with the whale tail. Looks great!|
|06-25-2010 05:55 AM|
|turbocon86||Wow, just wow! Beautiful cars!|
|06-25-2010 05:49 AM|
|ninehundredt||Wow. Drool. Welcome to the link! Amazing collection indeed!|
|06-25-2010 05:27 AM|
|seriks1||Even more jealous after seeing the 900 and viggen vert. Impressive collection|
|06-25-2010 05:16 AM|
|Powar||You have an amazing collection. Thank you for sharing.|
|06-24-2010 10:18 PM|
I´ll try to include pics of my verts.
And yes, the camper is very comfortable, the bed is on the "roof" and the kitchen at the back. My kids love it and allways want to sleep in the Toppola during the warm season. In wintertime we use the Toppola as a "warmingcabin" when we´re out playing in the snow and gets cold.
I have Nordic stage 3 in the car so I guess it´s the fastest moving homevehicle in the neighburhood...
|06-24-2010 06:54 PM|
|seriks1||Very jealous. Over here we only got 99's thru 1980. All the '77s rotted out by 1981 or so, so pickins are slim for good 99's here. Very nice collection you have there|
|06-24-2010 06:26 PM|
I wish I was in Sweden for the springtime....
Your cars are amazing, thanks for sharing the photos.
In the U.S. those camper shells are only available for big American pickup trucks, I really like yours, I already sleep in the back of my 900's on long trips, but that looks much more comfortable.
|06-24-2010 05:43 PM|
|HIDSPG||Love your cars! Very Nice!|
|06-24-2010 02:43 PM|
|AUPilot09||Those look gorgeous!! Thank you for sharing!!|
|06-24-2010 02:30 PM|
Just bought my 99 turbo no4.
I´m an owner of 4 99 turbo, one 99cc turbo from 1978 (custom) and three 99 turbo saloon from 1980. All three saloons have original 5 shift gearbox and have aquamarineblue colour.
They only built 70 pieces of that colour and only in 1980. In Sweden there are approximately 20 cars left and most of them are in pretty bad shape. I guess only six cars are in running status.
The last 99 turbo I bought last week have only had one owner before me. It has never been out driving in wintertime, allways stored in varmgarage and has only made 120.000 km.
I´ll try to include some photoes in this thread.