Just when we thought the classic vehicles owned by Saab were safe from the gavel, tragedy strikes. According to Hemmings, the vehicles held in the Saab Cars North America Heritage Collection will be auctioned in an 10-car lot on Friday, February 10. Vehicles like the gorgeous and painfully rare 1956 Type 94 Sonett Super Sport pictured above will join a host of other iconic Saab models for bid in Stearling Heights, Michigan. According to Hemmings, interested parties may submit their bids before noon on Friday to McTevia & Associates, the law firm Saab hired to handle the company's creditors here in the States. A 25 percent cash deposit is required.

The collection includes notable hardware such as a 1967 fastback with 25,353 miles on its triple-carb three-cylinder engine as well as the 1960 96 that won the Royal Automobile Club Rally with Erik Carlsson behind the wheel. There's plenty of history wrapped up in the 11 vehicles up for auction. Head over to Hemmings for more information.


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      hudkina
      • 2 Years Ago
      The city is called Sterling Heights...
      CarCrazy24
      • 2 Years Ago
      This is so sad. Hope these all go to great homes!
      SooooRight
      • 2 Years Ago
      Ok, there is a market for these cars. It is unfortunately only 17 people. 9 are just retards and think they are all smrt and stuff. They also voted for Obama. They not feel a little less smrt for that but won't admit it. The other 8 are writes for Autorag and they don't regret voting for the boy idiot and can't imagine why anyone wouldn't vote for him again. This is the market for these bad cars.
        Niels Marienlund
        • 2 Years Ago
        @SooooRight
        How did you ever figure out how to post a comment on here?
        Darren McLellan
        • 2 Years Ago
        @SooooRight
        Wow. I fo not even know WTF you meant with all the drivel. Hows things in your parents basement?
        dukeisduke
        • 2 Years Ago
        @SooooRight
        Okay, I don't like the guy either, but that to be the stupidest comment I've ever seen posted here at AutoBlog.
        PJPHughes
        • 2 Years Ago
        @SooooRight
        I'll second or third the "WTF." If you don't like the post or Autoblog, then GTFO.
        Timothy S
        • 2 Years Ago
        @SooooRight
        dude you are sooooowrong, first off you probly dont know **** about saab secondly you are making outrageous judgements that can not even be classified as stereotypical. if you are trying to sound smart then "They not feel a little less smrt for that but won't admit it" wont get you anywhere you just end up sounding like a under educated arrogant individual. Obama has nothing to do with these cars lol. I own a saab and love it but i didnt for for Obama or any other crooked politician.
      dukeisduke
      • 2 Years Ago
      I wonder if the City of Trollhatten is aware of this auction? I'm hoping so, and that the cars will all be going home.
      mburfeind
      • 2 Years Ago
      '94 Saab 900 Turbo was my first car. I hope, somehow, they come out of this mess.
      speedybiesey24
      • 2 Years Ago
      The last part of this past decade has been rough on auto companies and to see especially these rariefied models take flight at the hand of lawyers makes this even sadder..how can the Swiss still be making overpriced watches chocolate and I know its weird rarified euorpean muscles cars at quite a pretty penny but they couldn't keep SAAB going.WTF
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