As promised earlier, more photos of my new friend. 1972 Saab Sonett, #534 from that year. Last inspected August 1991 in New Jersey.

My '02 Ranger with my '72 Sonett. The lump on its roof is the very dirty car cover it came with.

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Getting the car off the trailer was not so simple. Left front tire is very dry rotted (doesn't even try to hold air), and we didn't want to drag it around to move it off the trailer.

Solution? Friends with a big reach :)

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"I believe I can Fly..."
This is our Loadall, used for installing support beams, roofing, and now for lifting cars.

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I realized afterword that I probably should have popped the headlights for maximum effect

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May be a smidgen nose heavy. Worked out in the end though.

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Now placed behind where the lull parks, to the right of the shed you could see earlier.

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Bam! Headlights!

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Glass isn't actually attached, just held in place by gorilla tape at the moment. The glass is actually also the rear hatch (by itself, no framework)

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Drivers Side

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Passengers Side

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The seats are obviously a bit rough, but the leather is actually still in surprisingly good condition. They are also still very comfortable, given what they are.

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The floors on the other hand? Not so good

There will be more detailed shots tomorrow, I just wanted to show the basics.
As I have said before, I have evil genius plans for this. The frame isn't realistically salvageable (you'd spend far more fixing it than just buying one in better shape). But then, I bought this little guy for its body and interior.

I'll lay out my plans in more detail eventually, but for now I'll leave this as a hint-

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And the cookie goes to Party-vi by a nose`