Car stuff (mostly) – "….makes for some great toilet reading" – Andrew Johnson
” Makes for some great toilet reading”. Toilet reading is kind of a funny phenomenon isn’t it? I wonder how the cave ment handled that.
I know you haven’t posted anything in a long time, but I’m glad the site is back up.
I’m sure Koonisegg has you very busy!
Steven wade, I just finished reading your report of 14/8/13 regarding buying a saab 9000 aero. I found it a very interesting read plus the added comments from other saab owners. Im well past retirement age and have been thinking of purchasing a 9000 cs ,intending to detail and upgrade . thus giving me an interest. Many people have told me im wasting my time and money on a vehicle 18-30 years old but your article has made me more enthusiastic. There are a few cs advertised locally one with only 115000klms(with service records) .which is worth a look. However finding upgraded parts at reasonably prices will be difficult. I hope the areo is still putting a smile on your face regards allen
Hi Steven ,
my name is Nick and I’m a SAAB enthusiast like you
I live in Greece , and my father (Fighter Pilot) had an 96, 2 stroke long nose SAAB, 40 years before,
It was the first car I droved (shitting in my father knees and steering the wheel when I was 9 years old) , the 96 had to many mechanics failures and he could it afford and finally my father sold it in 1979.
The years past away… we changed o lot of cars since then, but I always remember the sound of “2 stroke” and the smell of oil!
After the loss of my father (2007) , I’m trying to restore my good memories from the past.
After an 9000CD turbo and lately an 9-5 XDW Aero, I never succeed to feel like when I was 9 years old inside the SAAB 96….
Hello Steve, I bought your 9-3 Monte Carlo. Love it! It is still brilliant. I’ve done a few things:
Short-shift plus close ratio
Fixed the steering brace and welded fire wall
Bigger inter cooler
It runs wonderfully and mid range is rocket ship.
Instagram as ‘saabmontecarlo’
Good to hear from you and I’m glad the car is still on the road and going well. That’s fantastic news.
PS Instagram ‘sallysaabmontecarlo’
I’ve been a reader of yours for quite a while now and just wanted to touch base on possibly collaborating with you regarding your work, in terms of Social Media for Koenigsegg.
I work for Car Throttle, the internet’s largest car community, and wanted to have a chat about possibly setting up a profile for you.
Shoot me an email anytime and I’ll give you the details.
P.S.: Your recent piece about the 968 has swayed my opinions on the car for the better. I always saw them as a car that you bought because you didn’t want people to know you drove a Porsche, but your look into the ridiculous prices of 911s have really brought me around to them.
finally discovered your photos of our Alpine A110 taken in Launceston (Targa Tas) in 2013. Nice shots. Just wanted to let you know that we will be back this year with 2 additional A110 and teh R5 Turbo 2. Drop into the Silverdome or to Simmons Planes on Saturday around 3.30pm (scrutineering).
I am desperately waiting for a comment to “no more Saab’s” or NEVS from you from the Center of the force in Sweden.
Hi Steve !
I’m a fan of Viggen and I got one myself .
I found our site some years ago and I find it very interesting to look at the numbers of Viggen and were they were sold . But now I can’t find any tables . For example under Sweden it says ( table id=8 ) . Can you help me to find them ?
Best regards Ulf Stensson
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