Friday, November 25

1967 Saab 95









The pre-1967 Saab 95 was equipped with three-cylinder two-stroke engine that had the lovable quirk of stalling out when headed downhill. The workaround was a small handle on the dash that activated a "freewheeling" mode, disengaging the driveline to prevent stalling until things started looking up again. For at least a few reasons, the two-stroke saw limited application to the automobile, and the 95 was eventually fitted with Ford Taunus V4 also used in the Saab 96 and Sonett, and the German Ford Taunus.

Portland, OR
95 Wiki
Photo: Jack Murray



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