Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2000 04:23:41 GMT
From: S. W. Falken <>
Subject: Re: Would Saabs be better as RWD?

On Wed, 12 Apr 2000 17:58:53 GMT, Porsche_S2 <> wrote: >I do prefer RWD over FWD. Some of us in bad weather places might too, but living is more important than racing around. >gauge cluster, it comes with cup-holders (blah, you wont see real cars >(MBZ/Porsche/BMW with them), Nor my saab. >the use of 194/fpt when it is FWD? When it is wet out I have no control >of the car. Try not flooring it all the time. >unless you punch-it hard. There is no "go-cart" feel to FWD cars My 98 feels like a gocart compared to my 88! >either. Whats the fun of that. You drive to drive and only drive. Speak for yourself. I beat BMW's ALL the time. Having a fast and well handling car and driving it to those limits are two different stories. >Why can't cars be more like the Germans. They all should be! Sieg heil! *pfft* The saab has MANY fine points. If you like Porsche, get a Porsche. Also try surviving the winter with it here. All Porsche owners put theirs away for the winter as they wish to keep them for next spring. The same goes for BMW owners.

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