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By Matthew R. Crow via Iris.xyz As World War II drew to a close, a military aircraft manufacturer in Sweden saw the post-war consumer economy as an opportunity to expand into cars, and the Saab automobile was born. For about 45 years thereafter, Saab established itself as a scrappy automaker known for innovation. Saab was the […]
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