STOCKHOLM, Sweden - The last few right-hand drive Saab 9-3 convertibles have rolled off the Trollhätten line in Sweden and are expected to have significant sentimental value for fans.There are only 26 cars units. The hand-finished convertibles show off additions to the 9-3 range which was dramatically revised for 2012 and expanded to include a special Independence Edition trim line and an all-turbo power train. The cars, described in some quarters as some of the best examples of Saab’s convertible range over 25 years, have a refreshed cabin and body styling. The Independence Edition models are finished in vivid orange metallic paint and each has a serial number etched into the rear side windows. END OF THE LINEFurthermore, the Independence Edition models are fitted with 18” two-tone alloys, a carbon-fibre look for the leather on the instrument panel, handbrake and gear shifter mouldings and a leather-wrapped steering wheel with contrasting orange stitching. Given Saab’s financial battles, these “last of the line” convertibles will be sold in the UK via Saab’s network of authorised repairers.