Date: Mon, 22 Jan 2007 23:16:21 GMT
From: Paul Halliday <pjghnospamyonder.co.uk>
Subject: Re: Bloomin' Louverly


in article lxNsh.782519$QZ1.597838nospamsc04-news.ops.worldnet.att.net, Jeremy Brown at jerem43nospamnet wrote on 21/01/2007 17:37: > Mine is louverlier. > > (in very small lettering indicating I am muttering under my breath): > but I don't have any pictures, damn camera. mine looks better mutter grumble > bitch complain.... > 8-) > > Looks good Paul. Cheers :) > My car's tail actually looks about the same as yours, though my louvers are > the metallic Saab ones. Ah! How does that one fit? That's the one with the SAAB lettering down the side, right? I have a topic running here on my Special Editions forum and hope to write up a page about SAAB Louvres for the website at some point: <http://c900se.freeforumsite.com/c900se-about71.html> > I also have the red insert on the tailgate and the > OEM whale tale. Hopefully I can get the right side finished this year, I > need a new fender (the whole where the air damn fastens rotted out and is > the size of silver dollar) and repairs to the quarter panel (it looks like > something has taken a bite out of the wheel well.) Once those are done, > those beautifully refinished SPG panels can come out of their bubble wrap > and get put on. Yeah! I just got a brand new décor panel. Anyone want to buy an old one? I took mine off to fit the new one and discovered that the old one had been drilled again to fit the mounting screw outside the standard SAAB holes. I'd hate to drill a brand new one, so I'll wait until my new tailgate arrives and get a new numberplate at the same time. Here's mine with the décor panel: <http://www.saabphotos.com/gallery/albums/Orca/020420_orca_back.jpg> In fact, that picture is pretty much when we first got the car. > I really have to get some new pix up on my site, I am 8 months behind. You should ... I'd love to see it. Paul 1989 900 Turbo S http://saab.go.dyndns.org/

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