The car in Zackrissons workshop with the brothers Saab V4 Turbo Racing in the background.
The rust attacked wheel arch and the body side with a new part waiting to be fitted.
Meeting in the workshop with Saab Veterans and the project group.
Going to NEVS for the paint job
Priming of the inside of the roof
Daniel Karlsson in the paint box at NEVS, just having put the first coat of paint on disassebled parts.
Final coat of paint in engine bay and wheel arches done.
This is how nice the inside of the car now looks.
The body ready for pick-up
NEVS Paint Shop personal that helped us, from left: Process Engineer Daniel Karlsson, Senior Process Engineer Mikael Seppi och Director Manufacturing Bertil Gustavsson samt painter Anders Andreasson (missing in the picture)
Thure Stam from the Museum checks that the body is secured before the transport.
At the Museum workshop, Åke Zackrisson (left) talking to Hans Eklund
Rear axle and springs in place
Wiring, front end and brake cylinder in place.
Jan Erik Liedberg fitting the new hatrack of thin aluminum.
The now ultra light back end, that is easily lifted by hand.
The interior fitted except rev counter and wooden steering wheel.
Now only the engine is missing
For the first time on its own wheels, all to high since the springs hasn't been cut to the right length yet.
At the Swedish Saab Clubs annual meeting the 30 of March 2019 the car was shown for the very first time officially.
The majority of the project group gathered
The interior only holds what's needed in a race car.
The engine bay with the double Solex carburettor in the front.
Åke Zackrisson and Ulf Andersson showing the car to the public at the Saab Car Museum Festival in 2019.
Gösta Karlsson's family in connection with the handover ceremony.
Göstas wife Ulla is takes place in the drivers seat and informs us that the rev counter is in the wrong place.