Date: Sat, 24 Feb 2001 13:26:14 GMT
From: (Dean)
Subject: Re: What's that flap for underneath the car (new 900)?

On Fri, 23 Feb 2001 23:46:13 +0100, just as I was about to see how much duct tape you REALLY need to stop a gerbil from exploding, Martin Hilvers <> distracted me by babbling thusly: >Again, this has nothing to do with the new 900 only. >After an exhaustive web search I found another page in that manual, >surprisingly just a few pages before the one in your post, see > > Well geez, I am VERY REALLY and TRULY pissed off with my 90-900T cabriolet now.... after not being able to get more than 550km/h out of it, I have just had a look at this URL. It's obvious that the 96 goes so fast that it breaks the sound barrier, as evidenced by the shock waves which manifest themselves as fuzzy, wavy lines of refraction all over the jpeg image. I'm most disappointed and will be sending SAAB in Sweden a Very Nasty Letter complaining about my car's devastating lack of performance.

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