Date: Mon, 16 Dec 2002 01:33:02 -0000
From: Skodapilot <>
Subject: Re: The Saab owner

In article <>, spouted forth into > in article, Skodapilot at > wrote on 15/12/2002 14:05: > > > In article <>, > > spouted forth into > >> Hmmmmm, I sense yet another re-visit to that wonderful "flying Saab" > >> (otherwise known as "what are the mid-flaps for") thread that we all know > >> and love .... :) [Keep tuned SkodaPilot - Saabs can fly too] > >> > >> > > Ah But Skoda's can swim > > So can some Saabs - that's why the classic 900 is dolphin shaped :) > > Sadly this shape has largely gone now, hence the few hundred 9-3s that > drowned the other day. Do you have a floating Skoda I could borrow - I fancy > a day out Saab fishing in the English channel. > > Paul > Unfortunatly not yet. Although I reckon that a few of the south coast owners club chapter may have been secretly trying to sink that container after I mentioned that I was thinking about a classic 900 as next car (French secret service and greenpeace style). After I mentioned it, I got an anti Saab rant front one of the guys about how his 900 owning neighbour is always going on about reliability, then has trouble winter starting, when neither his Rapid nor 6 Estelles don't ever need any time to warm up, or start up. I explained he probabley has the worst kind of Marque snob, not a real enthusiast owner. Also told him about the Absinthe stories on either Saab Scene or Saabcentral (can't remember which), and the Scrapyard tuning (a second APC from the breakers and a Screw driver (to tinker with and tune), or bigger turbos and a Volvo intercooler from a breakers yard) but I don't think he got it. -- Carl Robson

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