Date: Tue, 26 Nov 2002 20:20:25 -0500
From: Four Weis <mweinopsamcom>
Subject: Re: Any thoughts on safety?


You won't be able to sell anyone on the power of a Saab, unless it is a turbo. Where the Classic Saab are great is how they handle, especially on wet and snowy roads. A real selling point will to agree to help pay for a major stereo upgrade - if he takes the Saab. If he does not want it at all let me know - I will take it! I proved my Saab can stop faster than a Ford pickup when I came to a stop sign, and believe it or not, I actually stopped. The pickup hit the back of my 900 and only scratched the trunk. Later, a Mazada 626 was driving at night without any lights on, since I forgot to turn on my radar or wear my night vision goggles, I pulled out, resulting in an accident. I needed only a new bumper - the body of the Mazada was twisted to the point where all the windows broke and the seats broke off the mounts. That is why I still drive a Classic Saab today! Brent Goodwin wrote: > "tom reingold" <tlr244nopsamnline.net> wrote in message > news:3DE3AB89.70805nopsamnline.net... > > > >> Elizabeth, How old is your son? Are you sure he will respond to > > rational argument? Maybe you should appeal to his emotions? Or his > > pocketbook, by giving him an incentive. > > > > -- > > Tom Reingold > > Noo Joizy > > > > Tom touches on an important point. No (few?) redblooded American teenaged > male will be sold on the safety issue. It is important of course, but play > up something like the Saab's horsepower, reliability, roominess, or > something along those lines. > > Regards, > > Brent Goodwin

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