This first-gen Micra is on ending its days on a parking lot in a remote Swedish town.
Sitting in a remote area of Sweden, this early-to-mid-1980s Saab 900 GL has been off the road for half a decade.
American cars and red houses, certain areas of Sweden really do look like the Midwest.
Once used to transport animals, this Volvo F 408 is ending its days just a stone’s throw from the Arctic Circle.
This 200D is surprisingly well preserved for a car that’s presumably lived through nearly five decades of Swedish winters.
On September 3rd, 1967, Swedish motorists went from driving on the left side of the road to driving on the right side.
We’re traveling back to Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, in the early 1960s. The following picture was taken in the parking lot of what looks like a big grocery store. What cars can you identify in the shot below? What one(s) would you most like to have in your garage? We’d personally take the gray …