Saab license plate holder. 2018er Edition.

Some things mature a bit longer. The blanks for the Saab license plate holder we had already ordered in August. Production should start in September, but everything turned out differently. Vocational projects and family had priority, the ever-short spare time shrank to a minimum together. The number plate holder remained once in the waiting loop.

Saab license plate holder
Saab license plate holder

In December they at least changed their location and have been stored in our print shop ever since. This is progress, and in principle we could give the go-ahead now. Two designs are being launched, with minor modifications.

There will be our “” version again. And the cult slogan “Made in Trollhättan by Trolls” is also coming back. What we are still looking for would be a third variant for our Saab license plate holders. Readers are asked here!

Saab has had quite a few catchy slogans in the course of the unfortunately too short history. “Find your own road”, “The most intelligent car ever built” and “Born from Jets” are just a few examples. We are open to all suggestions. What should be on our Saabs? We will accept suitable ideas by January 21. So the schedule is tight. In the coming week we would like to put the proposals to a vote, and production will then start at the end of the month.

The Saab license plate holders can be easily ordered by email. There will be no new shop system, we have finally said goodbye to it. We are flexible for that. Different labels can be mixed. The “” lettering can be on the front and “Made in Trollhättan by Trolls” on the rear. Everything will be feasible, as it suits personal taste.

But first we need ideas! It is from now on with our readers. We look forward to good, saabige suggestions, please by comment.

66 thoughts on "Saab license plate holder. 2018er Edition."

  • It's actually a bit chubby, but I still like the saying: "TURBO - everything else sucks!"

  • This criticism can also be expressed nicer and more factual ...

    How about a constructive suggestion for improvement?

    It is true that “love” spills over from the US in an undifferentiated manner and everything and everyone is loved, while at the same time the simple “liking” - a meaningful option to differentiate - is being pushed out of thought and vocabulary.

    One could have suggested it (liking) for improvement. But “objectophile” as a supplement? ? ?
    The love for your own children does not mean that you are XY-phil, right?

    In that respect, I find your comment more embarrassing than the suggestion of SAAB driver Higgens, on the
    You refer or the Canadian license plate holder, which in turn Mr Higgens
    relates ...

  • How about SAAB Lieber individually than conventional
    PS is still from the Saab 99er Werbng

  • Gaaanz exactly! My opinion!

  • Definitely my favorite too! Am a great friend of Airplane Heritage's! Second best: Move your Mind.

  • If you don't have a husband / wife or children you love, you can stick it on your car. Otherwise the saying is rather embarrassing - or you add “I am an objectophile”.

  • I like it very much. A Swedish slogan would be very authentic!

  • Although I can not speak Swedish, I find all suggestions in this direction very likable.

    Be it “unbroken and free”, “I love my SAAB” or “SAAB - my real car” (each in Swedish, of course) ...

    SAAB has always been more of an insider tip than it would have been economically good and healthy. This is true today more than ever. One or the other Swedish slogan, the meaning of which I can just remember as an insider, is definitely a viable and adequate path ...

    The commercial and English slogans of yesteryear definitely no longer come to my mind today. Doesn't fit (unfortunately) anymore ...

  • Fully agree with Mr. Hürsch!

    Protected by trolls would be the very best.

    And if the front and back of the lettering would be a troll, it would be PERFECT!

    Others have
    a guardian angel.
    We have the troll protecting us and our vehicles.

  • Hello in the round!
    I think it's great how seasoned men go to great lengths for the slogan of a license plate holder. That must actually be “love” for our planes. At this point I would like to add a Swedish saying that I couldn't get out of my head after reading a report (probably even on Saab-Blog-Net). At that time, an American woman (or living in America) had the license plate holder of her convertible printed with the slogan “Jag älskar min Saab” (translated: I love my Saab) in order to express the bond with her aircraft.
    Since hardly any of us can speak Swedish, these prints are of course insider knowledge. Perhaps the above saying only made an impression on me. The commercial slogans such as “Born from Jets” or “Move your mind” are of course more memorable. Right next to: On YouTube, using these slogans as a search term, there are small advertising videos from the past few years that are really nicely done and entertaining.
    Long story short: My suggestion is:! Jag älskar min Saab!

  • You are absolutely right, quite simply ...


    ... I like it better too. Less is often more.

    Without “HANDS OFF” the saying becomes finally ambiguous. Is the troll now anti-theft protection, even the driver's guardian angel, or does he busily keep the technology running? Or does he do it all together?

    Very good suggestion, well justified. I also thank you.

  • @ All: Thanks for the many exciting suggestions. We'll be putting the best ideas to vote next week! Other suggestions are of course until 21. welcome!

  • "Obruten och fri" is next to Herbert Hürsch's "Protected By Trolls" my absolute favorite, also and especially because he comes from the final decline in "freedom".

    Really great, actually an affront every SUV Mainstreamer and in the spirit of the unadapted Saab 99 / 901 CC!

  • .. it is true that "the residents of Trollhättan (unfortunately) no longer build the car", that is, the "Trolls", but unfortunately Trollhättan no longer builds Saab either, any more than Sweden does, so after this justification it would only be "Saab , made "left over ...

  • On my grounds, I can only agree with that, even if I omit "Hands Off": sounds too much to me after the tapped "..all others will be towed".


    .. somehow shows why our cars are still there, although "they have been broke for a long time", picks up on the "Made In Trollhättan By Trolls", and may encourage those who drive behind to think. Even thieves could be irritated ...

    (If it does not come to Saabblog, I'll probably have it produced.) Thanks for this suggestion, Mr. Hürsch!)

  • I agree 100%, even if half of my Saab comes from Finnish trolls ...

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