Date: Sat, 18 Apr 1998 09:53:04 -0400
From: Chris Thurrott <>
Subject: Re: Finally!!!

Congratulations! I remember having the same feelings sliding behind the wheel of my 1967 Chevy Camaro (Slightly different car!) for the first time several years ago. It's been sold now, but I have a lot of great memories from that car. A Sonnett would be near the top of my list for a hobby car now that I'm a Saab owner, but that is going to have to wait several years (need to get a house first). So, when do you put pictures on a web site? I'm interested in seeing the interior, I've never seen a Sonnett in person. Good luck, -Chris Quester wrote: > Today after allot of work, sweat, blood and disappointment the "Dragon" a > 1973 SAAB Sonett III, had it's coming out. Finally!! > > There is a profound sense of accomplishment in driving something that you > have labored (and Cussed) over for the last 6 months. It took me till1:00 > Am to finish those "couple" of things needed, (had to make a good > impression) in order to take it to work today. I can not relate the feeling > of driving such a fun car. Of course I had to take the scenic rout to and > from work :-) > > I would like to thank everybody who helped me. Without the knowledge of > others the Dragon would still be a piece of fiberglass and metal and not the > awesome driving machine she is. > > I would especially like to than Erik Bjorkner & Charles Stoyer for all their > help and patience. As well as everyone else in my little "club" that I > pestered with questions. Without all of you I'd never of been able to > finish this project. > > On this day, another SAAB has been reborn and travels the road for all the > world to see.... and wonder.... at what the hell a Sonett is! THANKS TO > ALL!!!!!!

Return to Main Index

The content on this site may not be republished without permission. Copyright © 1988-2020 - The Saab Network -
For usage guidelines, see the Mission and Purpose Page.
[Contact | Site Map | on Facebook | on Twitter | Shop Amazon via TSN | Site Donations]