Date: Fri, 03 Sep 2004 14:39:40 GMT
From: Shane Almeida <almeida.spam.is.evilnospam.is.evil.mindless.com>
Subject: Re: This may real bad news, and truly the end of Saab as we know it.


On 3 Sep 2004 14:24:32 GMT, Dave Hinz wrote: > A Saab built in Japan is not a Saab. A Saab built in Germany _could_ > be a Saab, just as the ones built in Norway, Finland, and Belgium are. > But if they're going to assemble it in Detroit or something, then I'll > be keeping that 99-Turbo I'm getting this sunday (!) for a very long > time I think. That begs the question: what makes a Saab a Saab? Is the location of the factory that important? In February, I bought my first car: a 2004 9-3. Because I'm new to Saabs (and vintage are older than I am), I can't appreciate the "new Saabs aren't really Saabs" complaints. What did I miss out on by buying my 9-3?

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