We’re now officially out of fun time, having changed back to standard time this weekend following the end of summer a few weeks ago.
I hate it being dark when I get home from work.
So, I’ve got to try and adjust the times that I write and you folks might have to get used to posts being made at different times, too. Bummer.
It looks like Volvo do their testing in the same spots as Saab. I swear this road looks exactly like the one that recent Saab spyshots were taken on. Then again, it’s just a snowy road, right?
It also looks like the S40 will be getting some serious Groucho Marx treatment on the front bumpers.
I posted on people getting new cars a few days ago.
There’s no shots of these yet, but regular commenter and Saab Club of Oz el presidente AlAero has just picked up an OG9-3 Aero. He’s also just got engaged, too – so congratulations Alex!
In addition, Drew B informs me that he’s just added a 1992 900 Turbo to the family this weekend (family photo here). It’s likely going to be a fixer-upper-and-seller though. Most of the 91-93 Saab 900s here in Australia were 900i models with no turbo, so again, it’s another good find.
Given that it’s late and there’s little else to write about in a snippets format, I thought I’d show you these. I stumbled across them by accident a few days ago.
They’re a pair of photos I took around 5 years ago after I got my first SLR camera. I don’t use it anymore as it’s a film camera (remember them?), but I can’t wait to get my hands on a digital SLR and get back into some more photo stuff – one day!
These were both taken here in Hobart. One’s a night-time view over the city from the top of Mount Wellington and the other is a reflection shot of the Tasman Bridge taken on a particularly still night.