Saab History Launches “The Lost Saab Dealerships Of New England Project”

Posted on 23. Oct, 2008 by in 2000-2009, Dealerships


Saab History is now, due to demand, launching “The Lost Saab Dealerships Of New England Project”. I am launching this project as a pilot, to see how well we can cover the New England region of the United States in terms of what dealerships have been present, where, when and what they were all about.

The demand has been increasing to launch this project over the past few years, so I finally bit the bullet and have it now running so that people can submit material.

Now that the project is ready for submissions, I am urging anyone to submit information, photographs pertaining to any Saab dealership in New England that formerly existed, and no longer remains.

This project began after a monumental amount of material was submitted by a Saab Enthusiast for the Dean Hill Motors dealership in Claremont, New Hampshire.

As we build this project, it will be very interesting to see how many dealerships were once present in New England over a period of time, in comparison to today.

Below, I have provided a map so that we can visually see each and every dealership, where they were located and any information such as photographs and associated history.

Feel free to zoom in and out, pan noting that the dealerships are indicated by the sign.

To submit a Saab dealership, please fill out the form below.

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2 Responses to “Saab History Launches “The Lost Saab Dealerships Of New England Project””

  1. Joe Tag

    14. Nov, 2008

    My Dad bought a 1958, 1960, and 1964 from Bill Goodale; he also sold Volvos.

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