The early part of 1988 saw the 100,000th Saab 9000 roll off the Trollhattan production line. The first 9000 had been built only three years previously, so to reach this figure in such a short time was truly staggering for a small car company.
The 100,000th car was destined for the UK , was a turbo charged model, and fitted with options such as a sunroof, Automatic Climate Control and Grey leather upholstery.
I guess this car is long gone now, but someone somewhere in the UK once owned this special car .
I wonder if any of the staff can be named?