Saab 9000 photos

An interjection in own thing! The Saab 9000 celebrates its 30. Birthday waving H-mark. As a one-time action to celebrate the occasion, we would like to create a Saab calendar for the anniversary. Only with the Saab 9000, the first luxury Saloon of Saab as a theme.

Saab 9000 CC, 30 years public debut
Saab 9000 CC, 30 years public debut

The focus with the 9000 CC is on the early models, and that's where our trouble begins. The Saab milestone project has been on the spot for days and threatens to fail. While there are still relatively many press photos of the former Saab Automobile AB of the 1992 CS, which was built from 9000, the Ur-9000 looks very bad. Also the very committed help of Orio AB in Nyköping and Eschborn Does not bring enough good pictures, which come as a high-resolution artwork in question.

30 years is a long time, and against the background of the development in Trollhättan, we are now getting an idea of ​​future difficulties, what will come up in terms of Saab tradition maintenance. In order to make the most of all possibilities, we are therefore launching a reader call today. We are looking for pictures of the Saab 9000 to 1991, in the highest possible quality. Press photos and slides are also welcome, we digitize the photos and the original is returned to the owner.

Pictures are welcome by mail to: kalender2015@saabblog.net! Analog data such as press photos and slides can be sent to our Postadressse be shipped.

The Saab 9000 Calendar is a non-profit project that we want to launch with a number of 9000er anniversary projects. Other Saab calendar projects for the coming year are also available this year from Till von SU, who is also looking for suitable pictures and needs the support of the community.

4 thoughts on "Saab 9000 photos"

  • Too bad, but there were a lot of great pictures in the last two days, more are announced. It does not look bad for our project

  • Guys, you are too late.

    Veronica has been sleeping in the winter quarters for a week, so there's no chance of anything to be done.

    I have a few pictures in the archive, but they are all slightly muddy - because they wiggled out of my hand with long exposure times at an equally long focal length - and therefore suitable for the network, but not so much for a large-format print ...

  • You have probably come up with the idea, but I could imagine that Peter from the Saabmuseum can help.

  • cleverly

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