The Saab Formula Junior OW 1963 is a rare vintage race car that is a spectacle to behold. It has a sleek, aerodynamic design with slender curves, large exhausts and an impressive engine size for the time. It has been a reliable model in the world of road racing for more than half a century and its rarity continues to increase its value in the eyes of collectors and racers alike. The Formula Junior OW 1963 was the last production predecessor to the classic Saab cars. Its powered by a 1.3-liter SOHC engine with dual SU carburetors and a 4-speed manual transmission. This is the same engine that powered the Saab 96 and Sonnet models. It is noticeably light on its feet, weighing just over 1,100 lbs and boasting a low center of gravity that allows for increased cornering speed. The angular grille with its chromed centre gives the car a distinct, unique appearance. The whole vehicle has a very purposeful look, with the sculpted bodywork giving the vehicle a motorsport look. It exhibits a good balance between classic racing style and modern performance. When it comes to performance, the Saab Formula Junior OW 1963 is most renowned for its acceleration and cornering ability. It has a top speed of 93 mph, with a 0-60 time of 10.6 seconds. It also handles very well, with precise poise and alacrity, making it a joy to drive. The car is also extremely reliable, and can last for multiple race seasons with proper maintenance.
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