Three cylinders, three doors: 1965 Saab 95 Station Wagon

Station wagons have been very popular in the US since the early postwar period, while in Europe they have taken root many years later. In particular, the first European car manufacturers to focus on this configuration were the Swedish ones, we are obviously talking about Volvo and Saab: the latter in particular was initially characterized… Read More Three cylinders, three doors: 1965 Saab 95 Station Wagon

German fins: 1962 Auto Union 1000SP + Auto Union Junior Deluxe

If you are interested in a miniature Thunderbird, a two-stroke engine and two cars for the price of one, this announcement may interest you. They are in fact two Auto Union, an ancient German factory that later merged with other car manufacturers to give rise to Audi (which still maintains the Auto Union logo), characterized by… Read More German fins: 1962 Auto Union 1000SP + Auto Union Junior Deluxe