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and has history international there is a program that comes on weekdays at 10 am and 4 pm called voyages. they do all kinds of things like boats planes trains and cars. i have seen the austin's jag's, prosche's, and bmw stories. today though they did saab. it was pretty interesting although the show is rather old (98) but really its the first 45 minutes thats captivating anyway. just figured i would share in case someone was interested.

this was on there

as was this

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Loved the first video... Crazy Sweeds.

This kind of sillyness would be WAY cooler if it

were done with a fleet of CTS-Vs or Camaros.

FWD SAAB-9000...? :rolleyes:

Never will a turbocharged motor make up for

the short-comings caused by front wheel drive.

Ever.

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If they sneak in some ocean liner and large commercial aircraft stuff, I could definitely watch.

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Segway Autocross? I'm there!:)
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Anyway, those are cool, and so is this stunt driving with a couple 9-3's. I was blown away the first time I saw it.

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Seriously, Reverse-Front-Wheel-Burnouts?

Fkucing ultra_LAME!!!

Don't tell that to the Cobalt Turbo.

Even that car, awesome as it is, is handicapped by its incorrect drive wheels.

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Even that car, awesome as it is, is handicapped by its incorrect drive wheels.

Not really, since it can beat RWD cars.

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