Forget the modern-day people carrier, this is one from the past – and it's fair to say that this 1970s Saab 95 has a lot more style than its modern equivalent.
According to the seller, this car is 'very original, rare and practical', as well as being in 'exceptional condition', having been on the receiving end of £3000 worth or restoration over the last year. It's also been used on a regular basis and has is taxed for 6 months and MOT’d until June 2012.
Under the bonnet, you'll find Ford 1.5 litre V4 engine, which runs on unleaded fuel. The brakes have been completely rebuilt with new brake callipers, pads and hoses. It has also been fitted with a new clutch slave kit, fuel pump, battery, ignition leads and the carburettors were rebuilt. Outside, the bodywork is described as 'rust free', while the interior is described as 'very good'.
Lots of images on the listing page and if you fancy it, the current bid price is £500 or you can 'buy it now' for £2,600.