Color: White / blue
AutoCult: 09004 LIMITED EDITION from 333 pcs
Included a booklet with the history of the Car (in english language).
The self-propelled Caravan
After World War II the Saab-factory started with the production of passenger cars and launched its Type 92 in 1949. The car had a liquid-cooled, two-cylinder, two-cycle engine that produced 25 hp out of 764cc capacity. With a deadweight of 880 kg, an absolutely sufficient motorization for the Swedish traffic at that time.
The Swede Torsten Johannesson dreamed of a car with integrated sleeping facility, which obviated the need for an additional trailer. This imagination fascinated him so much so that he began designing a motorhome based on a Saab 92 in 1963. During the execution Johannesson paid especially attention to create as much internal space as possible, which is recognizable by the semicircular shape of the front, roof and rear of the overall box-like motorhome. Conditioned by this maximal spatial extent and the change of the center of gravity to the front axle the unique motorhome turned out to be very front-heavy. According to his statement his “rolling home” had a deadweight of almost 1.5 tons, so twice as heavy as the Saab 92. The vehicle was desperately underpowered, as it had to get along with the standard 28 hp-strong engine.
Johannesson did not get the road approval for his 92H motorhome by Swedish authorities, so it firstly remained the only copy.
Collectors Resin model with plastic parts,
original acryl-showcase and cardboard box.
This product is not a toy. Not suitable for children under 14 years