Date: Sun, 21 Oct 2001 14:00:53 -0400 From: DaveH <ddhartwicknopsamPAMearthlink.net> Subject: Re: Cleanliness: How tidy is your Saab?
Yep, married. Wife could care less. That's it though. You've shamed me into action. I'm gonna remove the seats and do some serious cleansing! Dave 89 900S, 5sp, 4 door, 170K >That's disgusting dude, I keep my Saab pretty much immaculate. No food >allowed, or smoking, but maybe that's because I just quit. I sold my last >car partly because it smelled like smoke. You must be married or something, >I'm still single so I have to keep the car clean so the ladies aren't >grossed out by my car. > >Jason >"DaveH" <ddhartwicknopsamPAMearthlink.net> wrote in message >news:63BDA08122420FDC.C51B800651121EE1.E7563C6001BAA713nopsamirnews.net... >> We love our Saabs, I love mine...or at least I think I do?? >> >> I am ashamed of myself because it is a filthy mess. Ancient french >> fries under the seat, inside the parking brake housing. Little stones >> collecting on the drivers side floor. ...Dusty dash. Cigarette burns >> on the seats. >> >> Hats and umbrellas and all manner of junk in the back seat and floor. >> I keep a sizeable cardboard box on the passenger side floor for >> trash--not very stylish. Seat pockets crammed full of stuff, most of >> which I never use or need. .....Glove compartment stuffed full of fast >> food napkins. The paint is shot so I only wash during winter to remove >> road salts. >> >> My primary concern has always been mechanical soundness. "If shes >> running ok--I can always get to that clean-up job", I've been telling >> myself. >> >> Is your Saab a utility-mobile, a junk yard----immaculate, or somewhere >> in between? >> Dave >