Tenth Anniversary SAAB Picnic in Oneonta, New York

Posted on 23. Jul, 2007 by in 2000-2009, Events, New York, NY, Saab Clubs


Photo Credit: Thor Carlson

On Sunday, July 8th, 2007 Cameron & Ed Lorenz held the tenth anniversary Saab Owner picnic at their home in Oneonta, New York. There were many in attendance including the former veteran Saab training czar, John Moss as well as many others who traveled in some cases quite some distances to attend. The variety of SAAB models were plentiful and it appears that everyone had a great time overall.

Here is some coverage of the event from Ed Lorenz, as well as some photographs by Thor Carlson, enjoy.

Sunday, July 8th, was our
“Tenth-Anniversary-Edition-Saab-Picnic-in-Oneonta (New York)”.
We had a fine day, with 28 Saabs in our front yard. Thank you to all
who attended!

Also, thank you to wife Cameron and son Riley for their assistance with

Thank you to Bob Abels, for donating a box of service manuals and other
literature, that was auctioned off, with the proceeds going to the Vintage Saab Club of
North America.

Thank you to John Moss for being the auctioneer. Thanks to Mike St. Pierre and Bruce Turk for their help. In a quick recap, “People’s Choice” went to Bob Abels and his ’64 GT-850. “Almost People’s Choice” went to Frank Allocco and his ’72 95. In the category of “Riley’s Choice” the trophy taker was Larry Feer with his V-4 95, and the winner of “Almost Riley’s Choice” was Todd Coggshall and his turbo Sonett III.

“Longest Distance?Traveled” went to Tom Shipman and his V-4 96 from Kansas (!!!!) and “Almost Longest Distance Traveled” went to Mike St. Pierre.

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