Date: Sun, 12 Sep 1999 23:30:20 +0400
From: "Matthew Faulks" <m.faulksnopsamin.net>
Subject: Re: Why I own a SAAB


I was driving behind a Saab when a Truck carrying Granite slabs ran into it from the side, the truck must have been doing 25-30mph, the saab slid sideways, rolled over and went into a ditch. Both the driver and passenger walked away, I think one had broke a finger getting out of the car. If it had been a vauxhall it would have broken apart. I've owned a Saab ever since. Robert2011 <robert2011nopsamcom> wrote in message news:19990912140025.22930.00008006nopsamo1.aol.com... > >Besides, the engine is overheated so I have to add coolant almost daily. > > I had the same problem in hot desert climates until I replaced the thermostat. > If it still overheats after that then the radiator might be plugging up. > > The safety advantage over the Honda is a life and death matter. You can walk > away from a major accident in a Saab that would put you in hospital if you were > in a lesser car. If you get injured in a Saab you probably would have died in > another car. > > For parts you should subscribe to Nines magazine from the Saab club. They have > many parts advertisers that ship same or next day. > > Address : > Saab Club of North America > 7675 Bear Trap Jct > Saginaw MN 55779 > > Phone: 218-729-0827 > email: timnopsamclub.com > website: http://www.saabclub.com/ > > I hope this helps. > > Robert

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