Saab Museum – Uusikaupunki, Finland

Posted on 01. Nov, 2007 by in 2000-2009, Finland

800px-flag_of_finlandsvg.png From 1969 Saab-Scania at the time has had a presence in Uusikaupunki, Finland until Saab Automobile concluded their collaboration when the last 9-3 was built in 2003 with the Valmet Factory where a number of Saabs were produced.

There is also a Saab Museum located in Uusikaupunki, Finland

If you want to find out more information on this museum you can visit the official site directly.

The Automobile Museum, Saab Collection and Garage Museum
Located in Autotehtaankatu 14, tel. +358 20 484 8068, +358 500 845 835.
Open: June 1st-August 31st Mon-Sun 10.00-18.00, other times every day 11.00-17.00. Entrance: 5 €/adult, 2 €/child, 4 €/person for groups and pensioners (min.15 persons).

Here are some photographs of the museum:

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The Saab Museum Finland
Autotehtaankatu 14
Uusikaupunki, Finland


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4 Responses to “Saab Museum – Uusikaupunki, Finland”

  1. Paul Halliday

    12. Nov, 2007

    While we know quite a bit about the V8 engine at this museum, what do we know about the 1600CC B201? Anyone?

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  2. Jarto Nieminen

    05. Jul, 2011

    That although it would have been a lot more economical for the customer, the additional production costs from ordering new, smaller bore engine blocks, pistons and head made the concept financially unviable for such a small market. (Predominantly designed for domestic sales only due to Finnish taxation and insurance laws basing pricing on the size of the engine.)

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  3. Aleida

    19. Dec, 2014

    You’ve got a gift when it comes to writing. Outstanding write-up.

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  4. Kato

    04. Jul, 2016

    Sorry, didn’t see it. They only take cash. And on bicycle I had no energy to cycle back for cash.
    I come from Norway and did not like this.

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