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Trafikjournalen (Review: Sovereign Ocelot)

Trying to recreate the magazine that arranged the 24h clunker run, since I like writing and have been a nut for years when it comes to read all automobile related litterature…

Trafikjournalen is one of Swedens leading automobile magazines. We have been testing cars since 1948, cars that have been brand new, cars that have been a couple of years old to help buyers looking for an used car, nostalgic articles about really old cars - you name it, we have tested it. Here we will put up the best of our old issues in no specific order, as well as some new articles exclusive for the Trafikjournalen web

ARTICLE ARCHIVE:
1966
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Number 12:
Review: Olsson 67

1967
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Number 1:
Comparision review: Earl Eagle Custom wagon vs. IP Icarus 2200 DX wagon

1971:
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Number 19:
Review: Armor Streethawk

1975
Number 5:
Review: Ceder 515 TS

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Number 8:
Review: Bogliq Bazooka 5.0 Deluxe
Used car review: 1969 Kyung-Yeong Ssanvan

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Number 10:
Test drive: Ceder 419 TS
Review: Armor Cricket

1976
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Number 16:
Used car review: Three sports cars.

1977
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Number 19:
Review: CM Spaniel

1978
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Number 2:
Review: Hanseung Saturn

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Number 11:
Review: JESA Bianchi Nuova 300 TC2000

1979
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Number 1:
Review: Schnell L4

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Number 21:
Centerfold: Akerstrom Type C Aero Coupé
Motor sports: Is Mara being dishonest?

1980
Number 19:
Used car review: 1971 Hessenburg C200

1983
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Number 17:
Review: Estrada Carlos

1984
Number 2:
Test drive: JESA Bianchi Gecko I.e. Turbo

Number 7:
Comparision test: IP Colibri Turbo vs. Holborn Albion GTI

1985
Number 2:
Classic cars on a budget, part 1 : 1952 PAZ 200.

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Number 3:
Classic cars on a budget, part 2 : 1963 Bridgell Faith.
Review: Lacam Furka 140G A

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Number 4:
Classic cars on a budget, part 3: 1959 ZKF Z500GT
Used car review: Kaizen Terravis
Review: Hessenburg 2000 RSi

1986:
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Number 8:
Review: Ivera Executive

1987:
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Number 14:
Review: Hayaku Seiko

1988:
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Number 1-2:
Review: Seikatsu GrandMaster
Review: Auxio AQ500

Number 25:
Review: Lacam Ornon 230 G A

1990:
Number 16:
Review: Hinode Tempest GT Turbo

Number 17:
Review: Kaizen SC32

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Number 26:
Review: Hinode Lucent
First look: Hessenburg F-4.

1991
Number 24:
Review: Sovereign Ocelot

1992
Number 10:
Review: Wells Apollo

1993:
Number 5:
Test drive: Jedamo Enoxa GTI R-Edition

Number 20:
Classic car pages: Raiders of the lost RAUKs

1994:
Number 19:
REPORTS FROM THE 1994 New York international auto show:
First look: Seikatsu CAT4 200Q
First look: IP Colibri 1600DX
First look: Farox Endevia

1995:
Number 19:
First look: Auxio SV500

1997:
Number 1:
Review: Voiture Infime VSR

2000:
Number 9:
Test drive: Hirochi Exatima

Number 11:
Review: Schnell D4

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Number 24:
Used car review: AMA Kingbird
Review: Hirochi Exatima

2001:
Number 2:
First look: Hirochi Sunburst S

Number 22:
Review: Mahanti Bachata

2003:
Number 10:
Test drive: Schnell D8

2004
Number 3:
First look: Hakumai Crest SX

2005
Number 2
Review: Hayaku SJ

2006:
Number 11:
Review: Gujarat Xenon

Number 12:
Review: Hakumai Crest RS V6

2010:
Number 15:
Test drive: Axel MRS Turbo

2011:
Number 5:
Classic car pages: RAUK PM2 and ITA Cuter

2013:
Number 26:
Review: Hanseung Saturn

2015:
Number 18:
Classic car pages: Hessenburg H100 T2

2016:
Number 21:
Classic car pages: 1982 Sisten Torrecca

2017:
Number 13:
Test drive: Forea Quma XCross MX facelift

Number 14:
Classic car pages: Yuro Sabre 25 years.

2019:
Number 18:
Test drive: Olsson 1170 Orkan and Orkan KP.

Number 21:
First look: Jedamo Zenrin turbo JPD

Number 23:
Classic car pages:1970 Kaizen FCP 19s

Number 26:
First look: Wells i6

2020:
Number 4:
Project Kojak, part 1

Number 6:
Project Kojak, part 2

Number 11:
First look: AT 722R

Number 12:
Test drive: FWM Aspen

Number 15:
Test drive: Baumhauer 340 RS Kombi

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I can give you a top spec Farox Aerio to review as your 1999 larger executive sedan.

I can get it to you in a coupe hours, it won’t be a brand new model since the generation which was on sale in 1999 was new in 1997, but it’s still a good car :smiley:

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SOMEBODY SAY MINIVAN? It’s no Calvinator Superwagon but slightly cheaper. Can’t do Diesel unfortunately.

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If you want an e36 ish m3, I have one on replicas, I included the .car file. I’m at work right now, so i can’t access it myself

I’ll make one compact executive sedan for you.

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i have got a compact sedan ready ill send it

I can do a wagon. I’m just trying to fine tune it to be ‘executive’ enough. Is there a naming convention you had in mind?

No, that’s not necessary, it’s only a few cars for this time so I can keep track on them.

Incidentally I also have this one, with all the fun bits: 2.7L Straight Six Turbodiesel, AWD, 5-speed automatic, Air suspension etc. But as you can tell it’s still Kee only as of today.

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It’s coming along! Can’t wait to see the first issue :smile:

It’s very good article.
What cars you need for next number?
For example 1 one year old used car that is wagon or sedan or what?

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So I will make 1998 coupe that will be as used car.

Nice job, that was a fun read!
hopefully i can get a car into the next issue as well :grinning:

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Noooooo!!! I can’t read it in compressed file because I need to pay for the subscription of WinZip. So how should I read it?

Download 7zip

Where should I look if my windows is 32-bit x86 or 64-bit x64?
Edit: The article is awesome!

Yes I did thanks to 7zip! 7zip is very helpful. It helps me open those compressed file.


By the way, I can’t wait for the next article…

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Farox is listening! If you come out with a 2001 issue, I’ll send you guys the facelift :wink:

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All cars needed for the next issue found.

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