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Flashback Friday: MotorWeek Tests a 1991 Saturn SL2

Watch this classic MotorWeek video review of Saturn's 1991 SL2 sports touring sedan. "Control design is top notch with everthing well-marked and falling easily into hand," said John Davis. "We loved the crisp, accurate shifter that's as good as anything from Honda."

Vintage Saturn Photos

Vintage Saturn Photos

Saturn has been busy posting a growing collection of "vintage" Saturn pictures dating back to the late 1980s and early 1990s over on their ImSaturn website. Included in the album are classic S-Series advertising and plant photos, like this picture of the first Saturn ever built: a medium red 1991 SL2.

Video: Michigan Company Converts a '95 Saturn SL1 into an Electric Car

WILX News Channel 10 reports in this video segment about a Michigan company that is going into business converting used economy cars into electric vehicles. A gold Saturn was shown in the linked clip and others were flashed on the screen as future upcoming conversions. "This model will run anywhere from $15,000 to $20,000," said the station, "but it can be cheaper if you bring in your own car."

GM's 10 Most Significant Cars of the Past 100 Years

1991 Saturn SC

Any way you slice it, 100 years is a long time. Few companies have marked such a milestone, but later this year General Motors will clock its one-hundredth anniversary. The company's celebration started last week and it will continue all year long online and at events across the country.

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Reminder: Check Out GMbeat.com for a Look at What Was Going to be the Future of SaturnFans.com

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It's been more than three years since General Motors announced it was shuttering its "different kind of car" division. At the time, Roger Penske was attempting to purchase the brand and possibly stock it with cars sourced from plants in the US, South Korea, Mexico, or even Europe. Ultimately Mr. Penske couldn't get a deal done within GM's tight timeframes and Saturn was closed. While frantically attempting to keep up with rumors swirling around Saturn that fateful year, I made a decision to rethink the way I was collecting and reporting the news. In the midst of all the uncertainty surrounding Saturn, I began to draw up plans for new and improved version of SaturnFans.com that could not only help visitors track what Saturn news was happening, but where it was happening as it was happening.