Date: Tue, 14 Sep 1999 23:30:43 GMT
From: nutmeggernopsameja.com
Subject: Re: a (happy) Saab story


In article <Pine.SOL.4.02.9909121457580.8209-100000nopsamor.csustan.edu>, Tom Reed <treednopsamor.csustan.edu> wrote: > I don't think I encountered a single car that could keep up with me > on the uphill sections (we severely embarrassed an Acura Integra > RS). That's easy! >In fact, one of my favorite things about my car is that I have the >ability to accelerate past people going uphill and around a corner. Yes, same here! > but I did what anyone else driving a turbocharged Saab would do. In a >moment I was going 90 (145) and went sailing past the Mustang with lots of room to spare. Heh, heh it sounds like what I'd do too. You've got the power, use it! > Finally, is it just my perception, or do people move out of the way > of a Saab when it comes up behind them? They do around here - most of them. What I don't get is all the people who want to play. I'm just cruising along minding my own business, then wham.....someone is playing. It's just fun to win so many times. > Ok, now it's your turn: I want to hear your happy Saab story (and, > Viggen owners, I especially want to hear from you). I have so many!! My favorite is playing with a VW Jetta (I know!) I was in the SPG going down a three lane highway doing about 10mph over the speed limit when he comes flying past me. Then he switches to my lane and slows way down, so I passed him. He did it again, then started tapping his brakes. I moved to the slow lane, so did he. I was getting pissed, so I down-shifted and left him in the dust - big time. He was trying with all his might. I slowed back down to normal and resumed driving and he goes flying by again flipping me off, while I was laughing. But the best part was about 5 miles down the road, I saw him pulled over by a state policeman. I couldn't resist.....I beeped and waved! Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ Share what you know. Learn what you don't.

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