Last Call: Löw Rïdør Edition

Saab Low Boy
When you’ve got nowhere to go and all day to get there, making the trip in style is the most important thing you can do.
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  1. Fuhrman16 Avatar

    A stinkbug SAAB? I kinda like it…

    1. Borkwagen Avatar

      With a badly-tuned two-stroke, quite literally a stinkbug.

  2. longrooffan Avatar

    Off Topic….Remember that Travelette I spotted in the parking lot last week for Truck Thursday? MOPARIH recognized it and passed this along.

  3. Manxman Avatar

    The Audi design team took one look and promptly came up with the TT.

    1. nanoop Avatar

      Combining Batshitbox’ and your comment I present:

      1. Manxman Avatar

        Now that I’ve seen it I really want it.

        1. nanoop Avatar

          Oh, Bischofberger* had quite a selection:

          *I stumbled upon this by an article in the recent issue of the German print magazine ‘Oldtimer Praxis’ – not related, but fascinated.

  4. Batshitbox Avatar

    Bad things happen to good wagons.

    1. Sjalabais Avatar

      Looks like any first turn would kill it.

      1. Krautwursten Avatar

        Good thing it’s based in the US then.

  5. marmer Avatar

    I don’t even. I would die of claustrophobia.

  6. irishzombieman Avatar

    It might not be chopped. Could be the pillars just rusted away and the roof collapsed.

    1. Sjalabais Avatar

      Doesn’t bode well for that bleak arm.

      1. Tiller188 Avatar

        I was gonna say, does anyone else see a car that got run down/used as a ramp by a big truck behind it, crushing the dude inside and leaving his cold, dead arm lolling out of the windowframe? (…I’m not normally that morbid, really…)

  7. nanoop Avatar

    OT: I just changed the tube of the wheelbarrow, the old tube just split along the vulcanization burr. What an utter ordeal, It took me an hour (I enjoyed it being out in shorts and t-shirt around 11pm, a rare thing this year here).
    The sick part of it: A new complete wheelbarrow is USD22, a complete replacement wheel is USD35(!). Tthe tube was USD6. I had a beer in the meanwhile (add USD3), and of course they didn’t have exactly what I needed (typical issue in Norway – the population of Boston spread across Montana, or 90% of California, they don’t stock too many items).
    Lesson learned: a 4.00-4 tube/wheel can accept a 3.5-4 tube, but then, a curved valve stem can’t be replaced with a straight rubber stem without hassle.
    One more lesson learned: if time is important and looking like a wasteful asshole is ok for you – get the complete wheelbarrow, undo the wheel and leave the rest on the parking lot (so you avoid getting rid of your old one).
    My apologies for being my outlet.

    1. Joe Dunlap Avatar
      Joe Dunlap

      Replying to your comment and the original post…”Just because you can, doesn’t…mean…you…..NAAAAAA, just go for it.:-).