Here’s another entry in the Saab Pride of Ownership competition, brought to you with lots of warm fuzzy feelings by Trollhattan Saab (that’s me) and the incredibly fuzzy people at Elkparts, a business that can actually make Saabs weep with joy.
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This entry comes from Bengt P, in Sweden. As always, click the pictures to enlarge.
I live in Växjö Sweden in a region called Småland (small lands) in the Kronoberg county in southern part of Sweden.
The county is named after the castle that can bee seen in the background. There are only ruins left of the castle that first was mentioned in a letter dated 1351. There are a lot of forests and lakes in the region and the area is known for glassworks like Orrefors and Kosta Boda, and also for furniture. IKEA was founded just 60 km south of Växjö where you still can find the first IKEA store in the world.
In the background of the third picture you can see the Växjö Cathedral that was built during the 12th century.
Växjö is also known for a number of prominent athletes like the tennis players Mats Willander (who was born here) and Stefan Edberg (who lives here now) and also the beautiful track and field athlete Carolina Klüft.
My SAAB is a jet black 2008 9/3 SC Vector active with the 1.9 TiD engine. In the pictures you can see the car with 15″ winter tires but I am longing for the spring time when I can put on the much more beautiful 5-spoke Y 17×7″ (ALU 45). The car has been mine for a couple of months now and I like it very much. Much more than my former Volvo V50 T5.