Saab History Attempts To Regain Saab Enthusiasm With 1992 Saab 900 Turbo This Memorial Day Weekend

Posted on 23. May, 2009 by in 2000-2009, saab900turboproject


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There has been a lot of news lately, but I have to tell you, after reading through all of the paperwork, learning about the possible buyers for Saab, etc. it hit me that it’s really nice once and a while to drive a Saab you really like. Furthermore, I also believe it’s even better for you the readers, here on Saab History, to see some actual Saabs on this website once and a while instead of just far from exciting court documents and other such material.

This weekend, will be the first weekend of the year that I am taking the 1992 Saab 900 Turbo restored last year, out for its first drive of the season. After a nice list of work done by my mechanic this past week, it’s running well and I’m learning all of the lessons on what to do and what not to do when storing a vehicle indoors over the course of a cold winter.

“Waiting for my car to be completed over the past three weeks, was almost akin to waiting for Saab Automobile’s three-month reconstruction process to end, you knew their was a light at the end of the tunnel, you just hated the process.

I am hoping to use this long memorial day weekend here in the United States, to reclaim my Saab driving enthusiasm through this classic Saab 900 Turbo, much like Phyllis Lamb in the Pacific NorthWest has in her 1972 Saab Sonett III.

I will report back to you about my experience early next week, and so I leave you and wish you a wonderful weekend yourself. Happy Saabing!

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2 Responses to “Saab History Attempts To Regain Saab Enthusiasm With 1992 Saab 900 Turbo This Memorial Day Weekend”

  1. todd agostini

    25. May, 2009

    does that have a lawnmower engine in it ???

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    07. Jun, 2018

    Te depositamos hasta $2,000 en tu cuenta bancaria.

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