We leave in 40 minutes to go and pick up our new dog.
Saab Car Club members in Melbourne can expect to see a few dusty and dirty cars in the new year. As the drought here in Australia continues, the state government there has implemented Stage III water restrictions, which include a ban on using your hose to wash your car.
It shouldn’t hurt club members Alex R and Steve B though, as they only use bottled water collected from the Himalayas to wash their cars anyway.
The reserve hasn’t been met yet, but this is my eBay Saab of the moment.
A rare-ish 5-speed 9-5 Aero, in Silver. Hubba Hubba.
OUCH! – Finance owing. Oh well……
Some of you may remember the Australian 20th Anniversary Convertible launch a few months ago. I had some fun pointing out that the vanity plates used on the display cars were prepared using a Holden font rather than Saab’s usual Gill Sans.
Saab Oz got their revenge this week with my stories on E85 Saabs. It was pointed out to me that the correct spelling is BioPower, not Biopower (with a small ‘p’).
Grrrrrr. There will now be no limit to my pedantry!!
Completely non-Saab related:
If there’s any Englishmen reading this, or even just someone with the slightest bit of English ancestry traceable within the last 30 or so generations…..
Please examine the following list:
If you’re able to identify the sporting goods from that list, please contact the English Cricket Board immediately for a free holiday in Australia.