Date: Sat, 19 Aug 2006 13:22:30 GMT
From: SG <>
Subject: Re: Calling Paul Halliday

Paul, That is good to hear! We're on a good direction now. Could you post your reply on the latest posting on the blog just for clarity for the entire Saab community? That would be most helpful! :) You will see that I posted the photo you provided me there too. Best, SG On Sat, 19 Aug 2006 08:43:53 GMT Paul Halliday <> wrote: > in article, SG at wrote on > 18/08/2006 23:15: > > > I think we are eye-to-eye and are now officially talking about the same TV > > advertisement. > > > > > > > > Look at the last clip in 2006 with the Swedish Flag, that photo is exactly > > like the first photo link you provided from > > Ah ... Sorry ... Must have been my proxy, because that last addition was not > there yesterday evening. > > > Let me know once you've checked that out. It is the clip at 1 second and 22nd > > seconds where the Viggen flys over the C900 on the runway like you said. > > Yes, that's very much like it. In fact, the very start of it when the hangar > doors open and the Viggen rolls forward looks like a precise remake of the > original. On the original that is cut with a C900 rolling forward and a > couple of shots of Mr Sunglasses :) The soundtrack is quite loud and > confusing with a female voice slightly distorted. The advert then follows > the Viggen and the C900 (cutting between) as they get faster and faster and > ultimately, the Viggen takes off. > > Hmmm! That wouldn't pass the Trades Description Act today :) > > > I wonder if that is a U.K. Only video or Saab Sweden ad or both? > > I wonder if it was around 1985 for the "SAAB Aero T16 har landat" campaign > in Sweden. It looks like a flat nose on the video. > > Paul > > 1989 900 Turbo S > >

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