TimR has presented me as the German part of SaabsUnited, and as such I will take care of the German speaking Saab market, and maybe other things. 😉
So let’s get started with some snippets.
I promised Swade I would get this on-line. It is from Till72
I met with Alexandros yesterday and we intend to establish a regular Saab “Stammtisch” for Munich and the region. Those who are interested please contact me via till (at) tilldrescher.de so we can set a first date and location.
Munich Saabers get in contact with Till72.
And talking about Till72, he and me are preparing and interview with Mr. Schumacher, and I’m not talking about the F1-driver. I’m talking about JPS (Jan-Philipp Schumacher), the new Country Director for Germany.
Don’t worry, I will try to get some interviews with the country directors from Switzerland and Austria.
I don’t think I will do this many more times, but once should be OK.
Since Geneva I’ve been reading a German Saab Blog, which I like very much.
So, if you have already read all the posts at SaabsUnited, and you speak the German language, and you are still searching for new Saab information, you may take a look at saabblog.net, they have at least another point of view.
And at last, Germany has got only 20 9-3 Independence Edition, although they are only 20 the German dealers were allowed to order the Full Monty. In the list you can find the TTiD180 engine and the Bio-Power 220 engine with either a manual or an automatic gearbox.
Not like the UK or Spain, where only the TTiD 180 diesel engine with an automatic transmission will be delivered.
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RedJ, do you have any info about saab “Stammtish” in Berlin?
The Berlin “Stammtisch” is scheduled every month on the last Wednesday (30th this month). The location varies… more information can be found via the forum saab-cars.de -> “SAAB Gemeinschaften”
Jealous here!! I lived in Augsburg, Germany for several years in the late 80’s/early 90’s. Bought my first Saab there (a 1991 900i Sedan–plantana gray) and WOULD love to participate in the Munchen Saabisti Stammtisch. But alas, I live back home in the USA now.
So it looks like you have to come over for a visit…? 😉
One of these days (years) we will! I really enjoyed your country and the people. My wife has never been, so we’ll have to make it over there.
Whenever you’ll make it make sure to get in touch.
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