The 900 received a makeover for the 1987 model year, so today's Junkyard Gem comes from the final year of the 900 with the endearingly 1960s face derived from its 99 predecessor.
Most of these cars didn't chug along for quite as many miles as their Volvo 240 countrymen, but that may be attributable more to the differences in driving style between Volvo and Saab owners.
The word TURBO had magical connotations during the 1980s, and so most turbocharged cars of the era boasted big, obvious badging.
Red car interiors were all the rage during the 1980s and 1990s. Try to imagine the vivid bordellitude of this upholstery before it faded beneath the blazing Colorado sun.
Was it a runner when it arrived here? We'll never know.
Born from jets, sure, though the original Saab jet was known as "the Flying Barrel" and wasn't especially graceful-looking.