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Orange Saab in white studio was rendered in Keyshot
There 2 blend files for Blender:
1 - Old Saab ( Lighting is Pro lighting skies(Demo) there)
2 - New Saab in black studio (Studio lighting there).
Pro lighting skies demo is ZIP file.
NOTE: Collada (dae) file has non subdivision wire (able for games)
The 93 1960 model received the designation 93F, the F denoting new front hinged doors, a feature of the 93, the GT750 and later the 95. The 93F represents the final year of production of the 93. Only 600 or so Saab 93F models were built, each with mudguards at the rear wheels and a larger capacity cooling system. 52,731 examples of all 93 models were built.
Starting with Chassis No. 43,629, some 605 GT750s were manufactured between 1958 and 1960 - some with the 93F body and four speed gearbox. 546 units were shipped to the US and probably fewer than twenty or so remaining in Sweden.
Project 93C, as it was known within Saab, culminated in the announcement of the new Saab 96 at a Stockholm press conference on 17 February 1960. The Saab 96, feature a new 841cc, 38hp three-cylinder two-stroke engine seen for the first time last year in the new 95 estate model. The 96 is not completely new the front is relatively unchanged from its predecessor, the 93, but the rear is extensively redesigned to incorporate a 117% larger rear screen, a wider backseat, larger luggage compartment, a new fuel tank and larger rear lights.