Date: Fri, 18 Aug 2006 22:15:00 GMT
From: SG <>
Subject: Re: Calling Paul Halliday

Paul, 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 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. I wonder if that is a U.K. Only video or Saab Sweden ad or both? Best, SG On Fri, 18 Aug 2006 22:08:15 GMT Paul Halliday <> wrote: > in article, SG at wrote on > 18/08/2006 19:39: > > > > > Paul, > > > > There is a nice reply to your posting on > > > > I think I have a few snippets from the television ad you refer to as "Nothing > > on earth comes close". > > > > Please let me know if you recall these snippets at 1 second and 22nd seconds > > to be from that original television advertisement. > > This one? > <> > > It's not on that. If that's not the link, just post it up will you? > > When the UK TV show 'Top Gear' reviewed the 9-5 Aero a couple of years ago, > it was played at the beginning of that show. This is the end of the advert: > <> > > Essentially, there's a 'Top Gun' kind of macho sunglasses scene, panning > shots of the C900 and the runway scene, culminating in a scene following the > car which transforms into the plane. Maybe that was another advert, since I > remember that one being much darker. > > Here's Mr Macho Gunglasses: > <> > > This is so annoying ... You'd think with an entire world's collective memory > out there on the internet, someone would have the advert. Even after a deep > google, I'm still coming up with nothing :( > > Paul > > 1989 900 Turbo S > >

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