Date: Mon, 21 Aug 2006 20:45:04 GMT
From: Craig M. Bobchin <CBobchinnospamlobal.net>
Subject: Re: Regarding the SAAB 9-3 ... Is it "The SAAB Way"?


I've seen the trunk/bumper styling you mention on a lot of cars, Honda, Toyota, Lexus, some GM varients, and others. I don't think it is a GM/Opel/Vuxhall feature, but a mid 2000's 1st decade feature like fins were in the '50s. In article <44E78A48.37D56F9Bnospamstop-spam-efitter.com>, joh-stop-spam- snospamstop-spam-efitter.com says... > I never noticed that before you mentioned it, so it's not a big deal. It may > have some aerodynamic function to reduce the wind noise. I'm more put off by > the way the boot (trunk) lid appears to cut into the bumper, this is a typical > GM style feature, giving away the relationship to Opel/Vauxhall cars. > >

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