Swedes vs the Dutch in the battle of Saab Support Convoys

Last time I checked in, the Dutch had around 360 vehicles signed up for their Saab Support Convoy on January 17th.

Of course, the Swedes are holding a Saab Support Convoy of their own and it seems they’re aiming to give the Dutch a run for their money in terms of the number of cars that turn out.

Nothing like a bit of friendly competition, eh?

OK, they’re not competing. That’s my silly talk. But the Swedes are looking to get as many people to Trollhattan as possible for the Swedish Saab Support Convoy.

STCSdecal.jpg The Swedish event is being set up by the Saab Turbo Club of Sweden and they’re aiming to have 500 Saabs in attendance. They would like to encourage everyone with a Saab in the Trollhattan area (and beyond!) to come to Trollhättan on the 17th of January.

Attendees don’t have to be a member of any Saab Club, they just have to own and drive their Saab and show their support for Saab.

500 Saab Cars in a row should in theory mean there would be approximately 10,000 meters of Saab Cars. That’s equal to a Swedish mile!

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Click here to see the event information at the STCS website.

In short, they plan to gather at 11.00 o’clock at the Saab Car Museum in Trollhättan. At around 13.00/13.30 they will form a big Saab Convoy through the town of Trollhättan out
to the Saab development and assembly plant, arriving at 14.00.

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