To win Ursaab!

We give away, and that's no fun, an Ursaab. Of course not the original, which is unique. But an equally exclusive print on a knotty piece of Nordic pine. And a guaranteed unique piece for collectors.

We give away an Ursaab! © 2015
We give away an Ursaab! © 2015

However, for all our selflessness, the blog team expects a little something in return from our readers.

We want to know how it started with the Saab passion. How did our readers get to the brand from Trollhättan, what fascinates them about a Saab, what about the Saab spirit? The way in which you can get to the brand, how a story can begin can be read on the blog tomorrow. It's about my first Saab, and I'll tell you about my beginnings with the Swedes. An event that was 23 years ago.

Artist Alexander Heger donated the price for our readers - last year he presented works related to Saab and his passion for Sweden at our event in Kiel.

It is the print of the legendary Ursaab on Nordic pine. For every fan of the brand, this should be an incentive to pick up the keyboard and send us their personal Saab story.

Saab drivers who want to tell us about their first Saab and their enthusiasm for the brand can send their submission to the blog team (saabstory (at) by February 15, 2015.

In addition to the text, the pictures and the usual contact details, please do not forget the telephone number for inquiries.

All fans and readers who drive a Saab through life on the blog are invited to participate. We'll publish every story and put it to the vote after February 15th. The community decides which Saab story likes best and who will be the new owner of the original Saab.

5 thoughts on "To win Ursaab!"

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    I do not believe in coincidences, but it was exactly this poster that I had in my hands today. I bought it for Saab Festival 2013 in Trollhaettan. It comes framed tomorrow in the garage.
    The wood version is of course a rarity.
    Nice idea Tom!

  • Great idea, because I really have to reach into the keys and tell 🙂

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    Since I am disabled, my hobbies are limited. My father drove Saab. The first was a 99 from 1970, exactly my vintage in a nice dark green. From then on, Saab was my hobby for 17 years. Our second was a white 900 Turbo. Meanwhile, both are "in heaven," meaning they both no longer exist. RIP

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    This is a brilliant start to the year with extreme SAAB Spirit. class

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    Crazy, sentimental feelings arise! Great idea and wonderful picture on a matching Nordic pine! 18 years SAAB, but (almost) without SAAB pictures 🙁. I still have time to think about it….

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