Sadly true. I bought a new Saab 99 in 1969, first model year, and wow. Parking lights quit working after the first winter; the connecting tabs on the fixtures had completely disintegrated from rust! The free-wheel self-destructed before 18,000 miles. The exhaust made an incredible booming sound at 60 mph, couldn’t drive at that speed. Dealer told…[Read more]
Joe, the “just wait with fingers crossed” comment leads me to believe this was sarcasm—I think I’ve heard that a few times before. However, if I’m mistaken, thanks!
Could someone please suggest to NEVS that a webcam be installed at the site? Then, should a slow news day come along, at least we could watch progress on the webcam.
Just to be clear, my reply was directed to Aeronils, not Brad. Saab’s history is a history of leadership and innovation, being ahead of the times in many ways. Future oriented electrification is a logical continuation of that history.
Your comment is like a breath of fresh air in a smog-filled city. Thank you!
I’m not sure A-pillar thickness means that much regarding strength. This was a long time ago, but I cut up a 73 Volvo and cut the A-pillars with a hack saw. Took just very few seconds, very thin sheet metal, not more than 20 ga. I cut up a Saab 99 the same way, and my arm got very tired, and I took a few breaks before getting through the very…[Read more]
I think I made a dumb comment above. If what Trued says is true, could KJJ have figured out this is the end? And, if he can exit reconstruction before the court forces bankruptcy, he can sell off assets under his control, and recoup some of his money rather than see it all go down the drain under court control. Possible scenario?
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