Saab license plate holder “Made in Trollhättan by Trolls”

The Saab license plate holder, which emphasize the Swedish origin of our brand, are spread so slowly across Germany and Austria. Only the (poor) Swiss Saab friends have a problem with the different sign sizes.

Saab 9-3 Hirsch by Peter, license plate holder "Made in Trollhättan by Trolls"
Saab 9-3 Hirsch by Peter, license plate holder "Made in Trollhättan by Trolls"

Unfortunately, I do not get it solved at the moment, because the friendly sign supplier does produce small editions for EU sizes but for Switzerland? No way. Sorry to all Swiss readers.

Cool Saab 9-3 deer by Peter with correct license plate holder
Cool Saab 9-3 deer by Peter with correct license plate holder

I'm always happy to receive feedback and a photo if the license plate holder has fallen. Peter got a Saab 14-900 deer after 9 years Saab 3 this year. The silver inserts and also the mirrors (silver?) Look absolutely cool. Peter It was the right decision, have fun with your deer, the 9-3 I like.

For some car colors I have prejudices. A red car, does not work. But still I am the age where one can revise prejudices. Hopefully that will last. 😉

Saab 9-3 sports suit by Horst, nice rear, matching color!
Saab 9-3 sports suit by Horst, nice rear, matching color!

Saab Fan Horst sent me a picture of the rear end of his red Saab 9-3 sports car. Horst, the Saab is red and the color is the car. Class! Thanks for the photo and have fun with your Saab.

Text: tom@saabblog.net

14 thoughts on "Saab license plate holder “Made in Trollhättan by Trolls”"

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  • Hi Guys,
    where do you get the signs from?

    gruß
    Detlef H.

  • Hmm, thank you.

    I thought the EU in its regulatory mania would have made uniform signs. Probably they couldn't come to an agreement because that would have affected national interests too much 🙂 ...

    LG Leif

  • Servis Leif!

    just because EU is on it, is not the same inside !!
    I think it was almost a CM in height and in the width it was 2 mm.

  • We are always discriminated against Swiss

  • Hello cutsick!

    Are EU signs not the same? How much bigger are the “Taferln”? CM or millimeter?

    Only interest.

    Leif

  • Unfortunately, the Austrian “Taferl” are a bit bigger than the German ones. I have to unpack the tin snips on the weekend ...

  • Ah! thank you very much

  • Where do you get the holder?

  • Hello,

    I meant especially the brown metallic of BMW, VW Group, Mercedes and Dacia, which is then combined with silver-colored aluminum look or worse with just the same interior, so black alu. The German cars are anything but stylish, especially in the interiors, this eternal black, just terrible, or so bright grays or beiges that soiled everything.

  • Servus Philmos, you certainly do not mean the lush Java brown metallic of Saab

  • I think red is absolutely OK as a car color, with many brands even a must like Ferrari or Alfa Romeo or the Cinquecento Abarth ...

    Worst of all, I find the many shades of brown that seem to be in again at the moment. Reminds me of the '70s bathrooms that can't seem to be taken away. Especially with BMW, for example, the X1 with the aluminum-colored plastic parts of the body in combination, it looks really nice. If only they had made the parts in bronze or something else from the color spectrum.

  • Uii, crap.

    I still want to take photos of it - but somehow I haven't put the signs on yet.
    Shame…. 🙁

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