Events Saab Wheels at IntSaab August 9, 2011 19 Comments I’m not sure why I decided to take these shots, but the detail-oriented side of my inner Saabisti found it very satisfying to do so. Click. — Share this post, bro:TweetEmailPrint IntSaabIntSaab 2011wheels Previous Post Next Post You may also like August 26, 2011 UPDATE: Swedish Car Day (Boston) postponed until Sept 4. October 17, 2011 Fan Week: Mitchell Saab beauty contest May 9, 2011 Mille Miglia Revisited: Classic Saabs Pay Homage to Historic Success 19 Comments Would make a great poster. Nice work. Reply Nice! Perfect way to go window shopping 🙂 Reply Has the makings of a Saab spotter competition there Steve 😉 You could even see who has owned the most cars with the wheel sets shown. Reply I was thinking a similar thing about a game – match that wheel with the car they originally came on. I found all the wheels I owned. And I found myself saying things like…that came on a…or that was with the V-6…there’s what I use for the snows…etc… Reply I love this sort of thing! I take a wheel/tire shot for each car I place on our website (I work for a Saab dealer). Wheels are an important part of any automobile and can really accentuate the vehicle’s stance and proportions. Having a touch of your detail oriented OCD myself, I think this is a great micro view into Saab’s macro history. Great work Swade! Reply Well done Steve ,yet again this site has lifted my mood! Reply Hmm..Tri-Spoke Double Blade on a OG9-3.. Might be a better replacement than the Nails for my 3-spoke doubles. And everyone should have an Inca Wheel at home as sculpture Reply Nice shots. I don’t see my double-wings posted so they must be quite rare. 🙂 Reply How about this one? http://www.akesson-motorsport.se/sonett/3.jpg (1980 jubilee Saab 96) Reply Swade, no Viggen rims? Or were they too bent out of shape for them to be shot? lol Reply I only saw one Viggen all weekend. Lightning Blue and the rims were painted off-white. Actually looked really good. The problem is I only saw the car once, on the move as we left for the Nokian warehouse, and I never saw it parked at the hotel through the whole weekend. Reply Noone had new three spoke Inca´s in 18″? I Love those rims. Like here http://microsite.spprod.com/saab/after_sales/fi/pdf/saabfi07_2.pdf on page 11 Reply Should I be concerned that I own a set of six of the rims which are pictured here? 🙂 Reply I think you should be immensely proud 🙂 I wish I had the room! Reply Very nice=) I love it! But missing my favourite winter tyre alloys. Think they are called Aero92. I had them for my 9000 Aero. A set of asymetrical tri spoke alloys that were really easy to keep clean and that in my opinion looked really nice when fitted on the “wrong side”. Will be looking for e new set of winter alloys now as I’m back as a SAAB owner again after almost a year without one.. My dealer just got in a 9-3 Aero Cab that was too tempting=) Reply Missing the 15″ stainless steel wheel covers (flat with lots of round holes near the rim) that my 1st classic 900i came with! Reply It´s fun to see that tour of my six owned SAAB is represented. I have owned a 99 GLS from 1976, a 900i from 1985, a 9000 CD from 1988, a 900 turbo from 1995, a 9-3 aero from 2001 and now a 9-3 SC biopower from 2010. My next is going to be a 9-3 cabrio from 2012 and after that I´m thinking of going electric… Reply This really shows how many nice designs Saab alloys have. Actually Saab is one of the few brands who uses alloys to make car look even more cool. Think of 900 Turbo (Inca) and 900 & 9000 Aero with “Aero” wheels. Reply And what about these? https://picasaweb.google.com/109896582614516754633/NasSaabBjorn#5451902810900339442 I have it on my 1999 Saab 9-3 MonteCarlo/SE Sport Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.