Actually, Mark and I wanted to pick up our Projektaab in Kiel. Family, work and schedules spoke against it, so Paul is on the South route by car carrier. In the coming days, the 9-5 station wagon lands at the blog headquarters. We are curious!
The last status via photo report from Kiel was some time ago, and even the bloggers don't know how much Paul has changed. Tension? Tension!
The documents for Paul have already arrived. The vehicle registration document, the TÜV report, an appraisal and of course the final invoice from Kiel. As expected, it is several pages long. In principle, the Saab has undergone a complete cure. New turbo, new clutch, revised chassis, rust removed, partially repainted, new rims, new tires - which is just an excerpt of what has been done. All fluids are new, a major inspection, several cosmetic repairs.
My feeling says that the car dealership Lafrentz has not billed for everything. We can only understand it when Paul is standing in front of us. Then there is also an interim report on what money has gone into the project so far. And the exciting comparison "before and after" is up. The first pictures In the meantime you can review the topic of February in the meantime.
The next Paul article will show the Saab as it looks after its rescue by our readers, because they made the project possible with their support. Was the money well spent or have we got lost in a completely pointless enterprise? We also take a short, first test drive, then Paul will continue to apply stickers.