"SAVE SAAB" Gatherings Are Growing Around The World

Posted on 19. Jan, 2010 by in 2010-2019, Events


The “SAVE SAAB” campaigns continue to grow around the world at a rapid pace following the kick-off event in Detroit that used the original idea from our friends at the Saab Club of the Netherlands.

This past weekend, Saab Clubs worldwide in nearly 30 countries have successfully organized their own “SAVE SAAB” campaign. This coming weekend, there are now other groups in St. Louis, Chigago, Washington, D.C., Toronto, Paris, Switzerland and Japan planning as well!

I still think we should have a global Saab club organization here between the clubs because this kind of global initiative to “SAVE SAAB” is unprecedented.

If you are planning on having an event in your region of the world that is not listed or needs updating and needs the “SAVE SAAB” artwork, please contact Saab History.

Please take lots of photos and film as well if you can!


Adelaid, Australia


This is by far, the smallest Save Saab gathering in the world perhaps, but very well executed, great Saabs and perfect locations, both IKEA & Holden office.

Cheers to them for making their statement and sending their message!

More details at this link.

Brisbane, Australia

The Date: 1.17.2010

For more details, please visit this link:

Melbourne, Australia


Photo credit: Sab

The Vic Branch Save Saab Rally was held last Sunday. They had over 30 cars in attendance and met in Port Melbourne. They had press from one our local TV stations here: SBS. We then left in convoy to drive by GM Headquarters Australia before heading onto the Hanging Rock region north from Melbourne for a picnic lunch.

It was amazing to see such a great turn out here in Melbourne, especially since it was organized only within the last week.
Thanks To Steve Bunton, Sandra Scanlon and Steve White for organizing.

Photographs: http://www.flickr.com/photos/avalynii_sab/ and please link to our group http://www.flickr.com/groups/saabsupportconvoys/

The Date: 1.17.2010

Saab Club Members in Melbourne are planning on doing their own “Save Saab” convoy.

Please take a look at their website for more details:


Vienna, Austria

Approximately 71 Saabs gathered near the GM headquarters in Austria at 2:30pm.

Details can be found http://www.saab-club.at

For more details, please visit this link.



There were approximately 71 Saabs in the city of Linz, Austria for the “Save Saab” convoy.

Click here for more details.

Minsk, Belarus


The “Save Saab” convoy in Minsk, Belarus near the national library had over 40 Saabs and over 50 people attend in the frigid weather, outstanding photos and great signage!

Details are on the Club forum and here.



This morning, the Belgian Saab convoy, took off at the head office of Beherman. (Saab Belgium)

There were about 50-60 pre-registered cars, who arrived at 9? o’clock in the morning for the briefing + a coffee/croissant.

At 10? o’clock, they left (oldest cars first in line) towards The Netherlands, were they will follow the Dutch convoi (about 500 pre-registers).
Bart Wageman, a real fanatic Saab youngster, organised the whole set-up for Belgium. A big bravo for this guy!

Click here for more information:




Hello! My name is Andrei Iliev, and I’m administrator of Bulgarian Saab Club. Today we had our SAVE SAAB Convoy. Later I (or somebody else from our club) will send you some pictures and even video clips. At this event we had more than 60-70 cars, and we visited USA embassy in Sofia and Bulgarian GM headquarter. Everything was very well organized, the convoy was peaceful, and main Bulgarian medias was attracted and in just 2-3 hours we will be on the news!

Details available here.

For more photos & videos of the event, please visit this link here:


Toronto, Canada


Photo Credits: Scott Hutchings

Scott Hutchings of the Saab Club of Canada have gathered a total of 57 Saabs and over 100 people at their recent SAVE SAAB event today in Toronto!

For more details, click here.

Montreal, Canada

SaveSaab Montreal Gathering 016

There were only about 7 Saabs that attended, but one included a Turbo-X and all in all, quite decent given the last minute arrangements.

For more details, please visit this link.

Vancouver, Canada

The Saab Club of Western Canada will be holding their regular month-end meeting – you guessed it – at the end of this month, and that meeting will be held as a Saab Support Convoy event.

DATE: JANUARY 30th, Saturday

TIME: 10:30am to 1:00pm

COQUITLAM IKEA (1000 Lougheed Highway, Coquitlam)

Any questions – please contact Saabken on saabken-at-yahoo-dot-ca or visit the club site.


Czech Republic


The event was a great response and in the morning, we registered 88 cars. The column was so divided that cause complications in transport”, said Josef Sedivy, who was involved in the Prague meeting of supporters Saab.

Brno met the owners of vehicles of the brand throughout Moravia. “It would be a great pity if the company closed,” said George Hruban Association of Saab Underground, which has about 50 members of Moravia.

For more details, please visit these details:


Beijing, China


Photo Credits: Saab Club of Beijing/em>

Wow, what a nice photo and most of those 50 Saabs in attendance are quite new! Great job there, and very nice signage!

For more details, visit this link.

Ningbo, China


About 20 Saab owners gathered at a Saab dealership in Ningbo, China this past weekend to send their message to “SAVE SAAB

Click here for more details:

Shanghai, China


Another event in China, unsure of the date.


Copenhagen, Denmark.


The Saab Club of Denmark had an unknown amount of Saabs that were in attendance to convoy to Trollhattan, Sweden as part of the “Save Saab” campaign.

They reported to have 20+ cars / some 35+ people, who would gather at the American Embassy and join the Swedish Saab Club on Sunday in Trollhättan.

For more details, please click here.




Over 125 people attended the “Save Saab” gathering in Estonia at Viking Motors where the convoy visited both the Embassy of Sweden and the U.S.

For more details, please visit this link.




The “Save Saab” gathering in Helsinki, Finland had 125 Saabs in attendance and an even larger amount of supporters!

For more details, click here.

Paris, France


Photo Credit: David Morgan

Saab owners and enthusiasts in France gathered in Paris for their “SAVE SAAB” event. As I hoped, the Saab enthusiasts gathered with the Eiffel tower in the background.

I am unsure how many attended, but I hope that those details will be forthcoming. Excellent job in putting together a gathering like this is relatively short notice!

For more details, click here.


Frankfurt, Germany

Sunday 17.01.2009

1. Pre-Meeting Point
10:30 Uhr SAAB Zentrum Frankfurt,
Carl-Benz Strasse 27, 60386 Frankfurt
– then drive in Convoy through Frankfurt to Rüsselsheim

2. Main Meeting
11:55 Uhr GM/Opel/Saab-Deutschland Headquarter,
Friedrich Lutzmann Ring, 65423 Rüsselsheim

Full Details available here.

Rüsselsheim, Germany


5 before 12 clock

Deafening honking sound is heard for the symbolic clock at exact 11:55 front of the Clock headquarters of General Motors (GM) Europe in Rüsselsheim.
More than 60 SAAB vehicles have been brought to a rally here from all over Germany in position to give her testimony SAVE SAAB the right face and GM dissuade them from their plan to let the tradition die SAAB brand. The demand is simple: to destroy rather than to GM to sell the SAAB brand to SPYKER from Holland. This final bidder has rectified its offer several times at the request of GM, and now awaits the decision by GM. In addition to the fully developed SAAB 9-5, which is already running from the tapes in the Swedish Trollhätte to wait another two new models at its launch.

The convoy drove SAAB conspicuously equipped with flags and Fensterstickern by the skyline of Frankfurt and here also expressed his support for the more than 10,000 SAAB-workers expressed that directly and indirectly involved in the production of SAAB vehicles and at a liquidation of the mark would lose their jobs.

At the same time the world took place more than 35 convoys, the statement is the same everywhere:

Click here for more information and photos.


More details will be on www.saab900.hu

Budapast, Hungary


Hungarian Saabers had a Saab convoy on Sunday, although the participation with over 200 Saabs!

For more information, click here.




The Italian Saab Club organizing a “Save Saab” gathering which attracted approximately 20 Saabs. They met near Franciacorta’s Circuit in Castrezzato (BS), near Milano.

For more information, please click here.


Toyko, Japan


There was a “SAVE SAAB” event in Toyko, Japan this weekend, not directly tied to the Saab Club of Japan.

There were apparently 29 Saabs and 1 other Swedish model present.

More details to come.

For more details, please click this link.




The Saab Club of Latvia held a “Save Saab” convoy.

Date: 1.17.2010

The Route: The convoy will stop at the U.S. Embassy, Riga Motor Museum and others as it attempts to attact the media.


For more details, please visit this link:


Vilnius, Lithuania


About 20 Saabs attended a “SAVE SAAB” gathering in Lithuania, Vilnius on January 17th. 1 PM (13:00).

It included a drive-by of the USA and Sweden Embassies.

Click here for more details:



There were over 20 Saabs at the “Save Saab” gathering in Malaysia today. Great turnout in short notice with a nice group photo!

For more details, please click here.

The Netherlands



Saab Support Convoy Jan 17th, 2010, the Netherlands.

Dutch Saab-enthusiasts show Saab brand is very much alive. Saab Support Convoy intiative followed around the world.

Amsterdam, Jan 9th 2010. On January 17th 2010 over 350 Saab-owners in The Netherlands and Belgium will gather for the “Saab Support Convoy”. Within ten days, over 350 dedicated Saab drivers have joined the initiative of members of the fansite Saabforum.nl.

Even though the outcome of current negotiations is not clear, the participants of the Saab Support Convoy want to show their loyalty to the
brand and their support to employees of Saab. The initiative was quickly picked up internationally, with Saab Support Convoys now being organized in Great Britain, Sweden, Russia, Denmark and even several states in the USA.

The initiators of this event, Eric van Nimwegen and Sidney Polak, are quite amazed by the way this event has evolved. “The folks on the saabforum.nl are an enthusiastic lot, but we never could have guessed that so many of them want to make this statement,” says Eric. “It’s great to see that other countries are following our example.”

“Meanwhile, we’ve got over 35 volunteers in the organization of this event,” according to Sidney. “We want to make sure that this will be a safe and fun event, two characteristics that are usually found in Saab owners and their cars.”

The Saab Support Convoy will start from eight sublocations in the Netherlands and Belgium and gather on the Military Aviation Museum in
Soesterberg. From there on, the Convoy of 350+ Saab cars will drive to Muiden for an informal gathering.

More information about this event can be found on www.saab9k.nl/index_gb.htm and www.saabforum.nl (Dutch)

More information on www.saab9k.nl/index_gb.htm and www.twitter.com/SAABSAABSAAB
Pictures: www.pbase.com/paul_teixeira/saab (Hi-res material available on request with Lindy Dragstra).

For more details, visit this link.



The “Save Saab” convoy in Norway to Sweden was represented by surprisingly only 5 Saabs.

For more details, please click here.


Date: 1.17.2010

The Saab Support Convoy in Warsaw took part about 270 Saabs in Warsaw, with more than 500 people thanks to the Saab Club of Poland

You can find out more details at the Saab Club of Poland website and there is also a Facebook page for this event.

Update: There are now over 270 Saabs & 500 participants!

For more details, please visit this link.




Saab History has learned that the Saab Club in Portugal have recently gathered for their own SAVE SAAB event.

Great job!

For more details, click here.


Ekaterinburg, Russia


The “Save Saab” gathering in Ekatarinburg, Russia had approximately 29 Saabs in attendance where they drove to the U.S. Consulate.

For more details, please click here.

Moscow, Russia

The Date: 1.17.2010

Russian Saab Owners 12:00 at Khodynka Airfield for meet and greet, then at about 1pm to form a convoy to drive by the US Embassy in Moscow.

Click here for more details:

St Petersburg, Russia

The event was held on Sunday 17th at noon, meeting at Rastrelli Square. A convoy was then formed to drive to Griboyedova Channel, where we parked and walked to Swedish Embassy to show support for SAAB.

Click here for more details:

Full details are available at the Club forum and at Saabnet.ru

Belgrade, Serbia


The folks from Belgrade, Serbia are now reporting that their “Save Saab” event was successful. There were near 20 people in attendance.

Here’s a quote from them:

We gathered in caffe bar Plato near Students square,where we gave a signed leaflet to the Swedish Ambassador,then we went out,parked cars at the square, took photos and started the convoy.

Great job to all of the Saab owners in Serbia!

For more details, please click here.




Photo Credit: George Ong

The Saabstance club in Singapore, Saab History’s previous home, many years ago, hosted their own “SAVE SAAB’ event on Saturday.

The event began at Trans Eurokars and it involved parking at a nearby airstrip where the photograph was taken. I believe even a breakfast was provided!

For additional photographs, click here.

For more details, also click here.



At 10:00am, 55 Saab Enthusiasts gatherd for a “SAVE SAAB” group photo in front of their dealer.

For more details, please visit this link.

Ljubljana, Slovenia.


Approximately 25 Saabs managed to be present along with 50 people in Ljubljana, Slovenia for their “Save Saab” gathering.

The convoy shot was taken in front of a local Saab dealership.

For more details, please visit this link.


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The “Save Saab” Gathering In Trollhättan, Sweden was quite impresssive as the over 2,000 Saabs parked in Saab Automobile’s factory parking lot!

For more details click this link.



The run began with a meeting at IKEA parking in kungens kurva between 12 and 1pm, then the convoy went to the Swedish parliament and GM’s Swedish headquarters.

The event website is here. http://forum.saabturboclub.com/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=272706

For more details, please visit here.

Umea, Sweden

A gathering at the local dealership.

The event will be on the 17th January, at 13:00.

Details can be found here.

Interlaken, Switzerland


The Saab Club of Switzerland held their SAVE SAAB event this weekend on the 24th at a former military airfield in Interlaken.

There were over 90 Saabs that showed up and more participants!

Click here for more details.



The Saab Club of Taiwan gathered this past weekend on the 10th as well as the 17th and took some photographs. They even used the same looking signs as we had in Detroit!

Click here for more information.


Bankok, Thailand


United Kingdom


Photo Credit: Nick Hulin

Meanwhile, the dedicated supporters of Saab in the UK have enjoyed 17th January a fabulous day, with the best weather since months, good company and the finest selection of Saab history brought together in a festive convoy, leading from Luton to IWM Duxford.

Please find attached a few snapshots from the gathering at Duxford Imperial War Museum, this part was limited to some 80 cars. Mr Saab, Erik Carlsson cut the cake and enjoyed the overwhelming amount of international support for Saab.

Total amount of cars joining in the convoy approximately 120, we picked up some more down the road, average 3+ passengers, some 400 people involved in total.

The local GM workers Union in Luton showed their support along the route we followed passing the Saab UK head quarters.

More pictures will follow in a next email, pictures of the convoy on Flickr, I was behind the wheel heading the convoy, no time to use camera.
Josephine Gatsonides

For more details, please visit this link.


United States

Phoenix, Arizona

I would be most willing to put on a Saab Phoenix event on January 31, from the Legends Saab on 101 Scottsdale North to the Ikea store in Tempe from say 1 to 3 PM.

Anyone interested should contact Chris on 602-370-8226.

Atlanta, Georgia


A moderate turnout for the folks in Atlanta, Georgia, once home to Saab Cars USA’s headquarters, made the treck! There is currently no count of the people or Saabs, but guesses should be around the 20s.

SAAB owners in Atlanta, GA who are interested in participating in a convoy on January 17th please contact Ajith Wijeratne, at the following e-mail address: awijeratne-at-bellsouth.net

The plan is to gather at the Blue Moon Pizza store in West Village, Vinings at 11:30 AM on January 17th. Then we can drive circling Atlanta using I – 285. If we have sufficient people signed-up we can contact several local TV stations to get some coverage. There is plenty of parking at Blue Moon.

For more details, please visit this link.

Brookline, Massachusetts


There were approximately 88 Saabs in attendance at the “Save Saab” gathering in Brookline, Massachusetts.

This gathering was where the annual “Swedish Car Day” is typically held each fall.

For more details, please click here.

Chicago IL, USA


Saab owners in Chicago held their SAVE SAAB gathering today beginning at the local IKEA.

It’s looking like IKEA around the world continues to be one of the best meeting spots for Saab owners.

Please keep watching this space for more information, photographs and videos.

For more details, please visit this link.

Denver, Colorado


Photo Credit: Tim K

The Rocky Mountain Saab club, who hosted the incredible 2009 Saab Owners Convention have done “SAVE SAAB” event in Denver, Colorado at Mile Hi Auto, and have just returned from an incredible turnout. They had 60+ cars and 120+ people.

For more details, please click here.

Detroit, Michigan




Saab Enthusiast Gathering Near GM Renn Center To Save Saab

On Thursday, January 7th, a deadline will expire and GM will ultimately need to decide the fate of Saab Automobile.

“Sell Opposed To Shutdown”. There are two known interested parties that have submitted bids to buy Saab, Spyker Cars & Merbanco.

As time is of the essence, Saab Enthusiasts have therefore decided to take an initiative by gathering near GM’s world headquarters in Detroit, in order to send a message to GM to “SELL SAAB”.

Saab owners and enthusiasts from the U.S. & Canada will gather near the GM Renaissance Center at approximately 1pm by showing their unwavering Saab spirit in lining up their Saabs, holding Signs, taking group photographs and speaking to the press about how important it is to sell Saab.

Since GM emerged from bankruptcy court this summer, they are now 60% owned by the U.S. Government. Saab owners, Saab dealers and U.S. taxpayers alike, all want to see Saab sold in order to preserve thousands of jobs and and nearly $500 million dollars from the 218 Saab dealerships, small business assets in the United States.

“If there are enough Saab owners and enthusiasts parked outside of the GM Renaissance center in Detroit, perhaps we could really show them how serious we are in wanting Saab Automobile to have a bright future and be sold.” says Ryan Emge, editor of SaabHistory.com, an independent promotional news site.

This timely event marks a final effort in the Saab Community to save a company that has historically seen the value in saving the lives of its customers.

What: Saab Enthusiast Gathering Near GM Renn Center To Save Saab

When: Meet On Tuesday, January 5th at noon. / Saab Car Gathering is at 1pm nearby. (Press To Attend)

Where: Lunch At GM Renn Cenn Food Court followed by Saab car gathering at the public lot at the corner of Atwater and St. Antoine alongside the bay behind GM Renn Center.

For more details, please visit: “SAVE SAAB” promotional coverage of event

Jacksonville FL, USA


The North East Florida Saab Club in Jacksonville held a “SAVE SAAB” event on Saturday.

This was interesting location in Jacksonville, Florida, given it was one of Saab’s first ports in the United States besides Hingham, Massachusetts, starting in 1959.

They had a decent turnout as you can see in the photo. For more photos, please visit this link.

For more details, click here.

St. Louis, Missouri


Photo Credit: David Zemon

Here is the initial photo from the SAVE SAAB event today in St. Louis, Missouri.

A Saab club in St. Louis, Missouri is organizing a “SAVE SAAB” event this weekend on the 24th.

There will be more information and photos coming shortly.

Click here for more details.

Minneapolis MN, USA


Photo Credit: Greg Abbot

The Minnesota Saab Club has held their “Save Saab” gathering today. There were 36 Saabs that turned out!

The event was held from 1:00 to 3:00pm at the American-Swedish Institute.

A great job by everyone. That’s a lot of SAVE SAAB signs!

For more details, please visit this link.

North Carolina, USA


Photo Credit: Ryan/North Carolina Saab Club

Saab owners in North & South Carolina held a SAVE SAAB gathering. This was one of their first formal meetings since the club relaunched. Great to see them out there doing this with their newly relaunched club already!

For more details, please visit this link.

Kansas City, USA


There was a small turnout in Kansas City, Kansas as part of their “Save Saab” gathering.

Please click on this link for more details:

New York City (NYC)


Saab History has just received the first photo from the SAVE SAAB event in New York City today. It looks like there was quite a turnout of well over 75-100 Saabs!

Here’s a summary from Steve G., a Saab History frequenter with his comments. I really hope to see photos at Time Square!

Saabs with their flashers on as far as the eye can see going through Times Square and the crowd that made it to Liberty State Park. Unfortunately due to misty weather and some logistical issues we didn’t get the photo op at the statue itself, but the turnout was between 50 and 60 cars at the finish point.

Folks were pointing and cheering throughout Manhattan and especially through Times Square. Without a police escort, keeping everyone together through the streets of NYC was a challenge but kudos to the organizing team for doing a great job

For more details, please visit this link.

New Mexico, USA


Saabisti NM, the Saab Club of New Mexico has completed their SAVE SAAB convoy. We had 8 proud owners show up to our event. We were even honored to have an actual SAAB employee show up to support us, talk about what is going on, and to send us off. During our parade down Route 66 we had other SAAB owners pulling up along side of us, asking what was going on and trying to join the event. Even non-SAABers rolled their windows down asking us what was going on. It was great for us to show and share our pride in a state where little is known about the brand.

For more information, please visit this link here

Southern California


The Southern California “Save Saab” convoy has just gotten back to Saab History with a Saab count of about 30.

It seemed to go quite well for them as they described in their summary below. For more photos, click here.

For more details, please click here.

We took about a 120 mile road trip up the California coast, to near the small town where the *Sideways* movie was filmed. We had about 30 cars in attendance, and had after party at a local tavern that was originally a stage coach stop in the pioneer days of the West Coast of America.

It was a balmy 55 degrees F despite how much clothing people appear to be wearing, and since we didn’t think there was a support convoy in Hawaii or Alaska, we were probably the last Save Saab Caravan still at it (the caravan part at least).

Washington, D.C., United States


Photo Credit: Brian

The “SAVE SAAB” event in Washington, D.C. has just finished and here’s one of the first photos from the event. Great to see so many Saabs in front of the Capitol building!

There will be a description, more photos and even videos here, so keep watching this space for updates.

For more details, please click here.

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14 Responses to “"SAVE SAAB" Gatherings Are Growing Around The World”

  1. Alexandros

    15. Jan, 2010

    Dear Ryan, just a small correction on the German Saab Support Convoy:

    We will meet first at 10:30 Uhr at the SAAB Zentrum Frankfurt,
    Carl-Benz Strasse 27, 60386 Frankfurt

    – then drive in Convoy through Frankfurt to GM in Rüsselsheim

    2. Main Meeting
    11:55 Uhr GM/Opel/Saab-Deutschland Headquarter,
    Friedrich Lutzmann Ring, 65423 Rüsselsheim

    Thanks a lot,

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  2. kim

    26. Jan, 2010

    A little off of the subject ,but has anyone noticed that there have been several articles posted on Google which are old news.My example is right now their most recent new posing when one references “Saab news”and the current article is misinforming as it’s an old release from the 11th of January 2010.It’s heading “GM says Sabb is closing -no viable bids”talk about people afoot trying to damage any positivity currently taking place with Stryker,…the article states that it is from the Victoria Times Colonist but in checking closely it is from a reposting in Miami. I’m apalled by this !!! I hope someelse can witness it as this has been the third day in a row this has happened.

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  3. Erin Hackett

    31. Jan, 2010

    The total count for Brookline was 96 some people forgot to register and some came later in the day an emailed me their info. All and all a good day though impending weather cut it short.

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  4. michi

    02. Mar, 2010

    Hi Ryan,
    I wasn’t in tokyo convoy in japan, I was in Brookline convoy.
    it was quite experience.
    It seemed nonsense for me to push japanese supporter to show their support, but it was worth to make some bridge between you and them.
    something in common “They love Saab!”
    I know that their convoy pictures came in so late though.

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  5. Shogun

    15. Mar, 2010

    Wow, this is amazing… I was misinformed by this one website that it was only held in Detroit and that “this must be all the Saab enthusiasts in the whole world” but they’re just a bunch of douchebags.

    I was surprised that Japan also had these gatherings… I looked it up, and there were two more meetings other than Tokyo. Nagoya seems to be one of those places

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  6. michi

    18. Mar, 2010

    hi! Shogun, here is more picture from Tokyo japan.
    I felt bad that their pics are no where to be found.
    Here is my creation of slideshow based on the pictures I received from Japan.

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  7. kamal fentianah

    19. Apr, 2010

    i am saab frinde from kingdom of saudi arbia and i love thise cars from 1986 stell now and 4ever
    now i have saab 9.3 seddan 2007
    wlcome spyker i hope to keep saab and save it to be a beter cars in this world
    your lovely
    kamal fentianah abest saab ferinde in ksa
    thank you

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    05. Feb, 2011

    Thats very good work people of the world, but somebody tell SPYKER that we are looking for a SAAB dealership in East Africa.Am the coordinator of the East Africa SAAB CLUB operating in NAIROBI KENYA and i can assure everyone that the car has an enormous market of lovers here.We drive SAAB cars with no dealership for more than 10 years now.Please contact EMILIO on +254722105276,+254722519934.Please SAAB lovers of the world, support us on this one as we continue to make SAAB a car of choice to all car buyers

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    • Rene John Dierkx

      04. Oct, 2012

      Dear Emilio,

      I am a SAAB enthusiast and have settled in Nairobi, Kenya. I drove a 9-3 in Holland.
      I am interested in joining the East Africa SAAB CLUB. Can you send me details.
      I am also looking for a 96 (two-stroke or V4) to restore in my spare time in Nairobi.

      Hope to hear from you.
      Rene John Dierkx

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  9. BILL

    05. Feb, 2011

    Am writing from East Africa particularly in Nairobi Kenya.I drive a 1969 SAAB V4 saloon and i have miraculously been managing it ever since i bought from a sweedish in Maasai Mara in 1986.SPYKER please consider EMILIO’S request of getting through him a local SAAB dealership here in East Africa and treat the matter as urgent.He coordinates our club so religiously and WORLD SAAB LOVERS,please support us on this quest.We are suffering here and we believe we have the power to contribute to the popularisation of this car. Send me updates via email any time

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    • Rene John Dierkx

      04. Oct, 2012

      Dear Bill,

      I am a SAAB enthusiast and have settled in Kenya. I drove a 9-3 in Holland.
      I am interested in joining the East Africa SAAB CLUB. Can you send me details.
      and I am looking for a 96 (two-stroke or V4) to restore in my spare time in Nairobi
      (I have all the factory workshop manuals)

      Hope to hear from you.

      Kind regards,
      Rene John Dierkx

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  10. Charlene

    10. Jan, 2012

    …been driving a SAAB since 1979–love it—would hate to see it go by the wayside….

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