Date: 14 May 2002 15:13:09 -0700
From: SaabynopsamalBox.com (Saab Guy)
Subject: Re: SAAB vs. Saab (was Re: My dealer hasn't got a clue)


> Saab's website calls themselves "Saab Cars USA" (ok, so the one *here* > does), and the references there are spelled Saab, so I'd say it's changed > in their own usage. I'm sure someone here has a more clear timeline. > It's interesting to note, however, that even on the emblems on the current > cars, it's SAAB rather than Saab. I donno but it's probably just for astetics, tell me which looks better: Well I went to buy a SAAB last night, I went to my SAAB dealer and looked at the new SAABs, I checked out some SAAB 900s and some SAAB 9000s but I don't want a SAAB that is that old, so I asked about the new SAAB 9-5 Sports Wagon and they said it was a myth, they don't exist or this Well I went to buy a Saab last night, I went to my Saab dealer and looked at the new Saabs, I checked out some Saab 900s and some Saab 9000s but I don't want a Saab that is that old, so I asked about the new Saab 9-5 Sports Wagon and they said it was a myth, they don't exist I personally think you can blame it on the internet...EVEN IF IT IS JUST A NAME (I.E. SAAB) ALL CAPS HAS COME TO IMPLY YELLING Who knows...you say "Tuh may tow" I say "Tuh maa too"

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