By Sara Webb and Mia Shanley AMSTERDAM/STOCKHOLM, April 29 (Reuters) - For an enthusiast like Karl Ask, you can never have enough Saabs. The 23-year-old Swede has 11 already -- including a Saab 93 and Saab 95, featuring the two-stroke engines -- and has his eye on the Saab 92, an earlier and rarer model. But with Saab's financial woes once again threatening its future, fans of the brand wonder whether even the newer models could become collectors' pieces sooner rather than later. ...
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