Our Swedish friends are still confident that the acquisition of the Saab Museum by Innovatum will succeed. Currently, the bankruptcy trustees have posted a list of vehicles on the web, and frankly, my heart is bleeding. The complete and unique Saab history, from Ursaab to the first current Saab 9-5, is up for sale. Vehicles and prototypes are there, which so far only a few of us have seen. Bids are up to 20. January, the formalities can also be retrieved on the page of the law firm Delphi.
A thing that makes you sad. It's not that Saab fans from all over the world have not already tried to save the museum. The friends of Saabsunited have launched an initiative, and a lot has been done in Germany, but without any real success. In the meantime, I think, the window of opportunity for each initiative is too narrow, we have to hope and wait.
Why the Swedes so carelessly deal with their historical past is incomprehensible. A good friend said today that this would be unimaginable in Germany.
How is it going? If it were a German compulsory auction, then a complete bid would be preferred to the individual bids. Whether it is in Sweden, is questionable. Nothing in the documents of the insolvency administrator.
Let's wait. We have practice in that ...