One day we might look at Twitter and say “Oh, that was so 2010” but for now, for me, it’s a very handy way to keep in touch and find out information that I might not otherwise have access to.
I thought I’d post some of the Saaby Twitter accounts that I subscribe to. You might find them handy as well.
And of course, if you’ve got some other Saab-related Twitter accounts that you follow and I haven’t listed them here, please let me know in comments.
@elkparts is the account for site sponsor, Elkparts, and features a lot of good info that John gets his hands on.
@RGS_SAAB is the account for General Sales Saab in West Chester, PA. It’s pretty new, but they’re looking to engage a bit more.
Likewise, @NewSalemSaab is the account for New Salem Saab in Albany, NY. Darryl Carl has been sharing quite a bit of good technical information on this account, as well as on their Facebook page.
@Sandervd is one of the marketing guys for Spyker and always has a lot of good stuff, especially during race meetings!
@SaabNewsINTL doesn’t get used much, but might be worth a follow.
@SpykerSquadron is essential if you’re into motorsport
@Autoline is a good one if you’re into John McElroy’s work (which I am). It can be a bit overloaded with sponsor stuff and show announcements, but it’s handy to know what’s happening and when.
@genuinesaab doesn’t get used enough, but when Nick Taliaferro posts something you’ll be up to date.
@ShawSaab is the account for Shaw Saab in Norwell, MA. They post some good stuff.
@Autoextremist is the account for Peter DeLorenzo, Detroit opinionator extraordinaire
@Speedparts is the account for the Swedish tuning house of the same name.
@Tiff_TV is the account for Fifth Gear’s Tiff Needell. Great stuff!
@sniffpetrol should need no introduction.
@peterbackstrom is the account for the modern Mr Saab and Director of the Saab Museum in Trollhattan, Peter Backstrom.
And as mentioned, if you’ve got any other handy ones, please leave them in comments.