The Saab Sonett III Coupe 1968 is a classic and rare Swedish sports car with a sleek design, making it a truly unique and timeless classic. Its low profile, two-door body features the unmistakable red and white Saab badging on the front and sides, which exude an air of quality and sophistication. The solid steel chassis provides a sturdy and robust platform for the car, whilst the wide, aluminium wheels present an added aesthetic appeal. Under the bonnet, the Sonett III is powered by a Ford-sourced 1.5-litre V4 engine, delivering a modest yet respectable 63bhp. The low-slung two-seat design offers enough room for two passengers, and the sideward opening doors are perfect for getting in and out of the car with ease. A four speed manual gearbox allows for spirited and responsive acceleration, yet still maintains good fuel economy. On the inside, the cabin is simple, yet well-equipped. The dashboard is dominated by a classic speedometer and rev counter, accompanied by a set of supplementary gauges. A convenient manual choke lever allows for easy warm-up of the engine. The exterior is completed with all-white paintwork, along with optional chrome accents for the bumpers and windows. The Saab Sonett III Coupe 1968 is a rare and sought-after classic car, and its timeless design means it still exudes a sense of sophistication today. Its low weight and the 1.5 litre engine make it a formidable little sports car, that will continue to provide an enjoyable driving experience for generations to come.
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