I saw this also, The owner said he replaced the body shell AND put the panel under the rear seat with the vin# from the original in the newer body, and of course the riveted on vin plate. So IF he hadn't told us we would never know it had a replacement body.
No problem in my opinion.
As for the price, it is worth what anyone will pay. Old Saab's are mostly under priced seems to me. Esp. the good ones.
My wild a.. guess there may be 10 or so of these left in the world? So yes they are rare, and were really special when new.
Of course I once owned a 1965 MC 850 THREE TIMES! over a 10 year span, and of course now wish I had kept it the last time<g> Of course I have a whole list of cars I should have kept. I am 69 now with one leg already in the grave, so won't have any more slip through my hands<g>
Enjoy, Richie S. in Da'Burgh, Pa. USA
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