Paul is anything but ordinary. He is an early Saab 9-5 sports car that was eventually put away and brought back into the automobile world by us. We would like to document his next months as a rolling ambassador for the blog and our Saab enthusiasm.
Not only digital on the blog, but also quite old-fashioned analog. The 99er sports trolley is a thoroughly honest, analog car. A sustainable, Swedish long-term station wagon, if treated accordingly. Therefore a logbook had to come.
The first considerations then turned into a 3-volume logbook. I don't know if we really need that many pages. But once you've been at it, designing and printing, it's better to make provision for a little more.
Paul's story is also documented analogously
In combination with an instant camera from Fuji, the result is an exciting combination. In the future, all encounters with a bad background can be documented. For every occasion there is a page with space for a photo and enough space to leave the occasion, the participants and signatures.
In the course of the months, a unique document for our Saab project should be created. Paul and the logbooks are inextricably linked. The type plate is embossed with Paul's VIN on the cover. After the project and the raffle have been completed, the books will of course also be given to the new owner. From now on there is an opportunity to meet our 9-5 on trips and meetings. Perhaps one or the other reader will leave his mark on the logbooks. We are curious to see how our idea will develop.