Saab Ice & Snow - the winter photo 2023 (photo gallery 5)

We are slowly approaching the end of the winter photo campaign. The deadline for submissions is February 15th, and in the last few days we have received a particularly large number of Saab photos. They come mainly from the Alps, where there seems to be a lot of snow and ice at the moment. Maybe it's even too much of the white stuff while there's no more snow to be seen in front of our office.

Looking through the previously unpublished entries yesterday, I noticed a photo with Saab - but without ice and snow. That is of course also possible. If the winter is only gray and cold in the region, but without snow, then everything is allowed. But it must be a Saab in the picture. This is important.

Saab photo gallery

Our fifth photo gallery is fairly balanced. New and old complement each other, again we have a rare 9-3X among the pictures. As always, we eagerly await more photos. Something else must be possible, we want to see more!

So get to the camera and the digital or analog Saab photo archive, we look forward to it!

The submission of the Saab Ice & Snow campaign runs until February 15th for all subscribers via our upload page. We have all the information about the prices, Saab literature, stickers and cups here described.

We wish you a lot of fun with the gallery on Saturday, which gives a (not complete) impression of the last entries.


3 thoughts on "Saab Ice & Snow - the winter photo 2023 (photo gallery 5)"

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    I also like the open white OG convertible in front of the plain white church tower best. It all looks so "clear". I also find the (almost exactly) bisecting pointer at half past four pretty clear and therefore good, although I know the opposite opinion from all watch brochures or similar. In addition, the position allows conclusions to be drawn about the month (February?) of the recording if it is still daylight at 16.30 p.m. in winter.

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    Oops, sent too early. Cell phones stop...

    (10 before 2). This is how watches look friendly. They all always wear it in brochures. Would suit the brochure-ready image well 😉

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    Again great submissions of great cars. Thanks!

    For me, the white convertible stands out this time. It's funny how open and modest it is, in the right color under the church tower and its pointed dome, in a fairly monochrome vertical format. The picture goes its own way, stands out clearly from others. There is something.

    If the composition of the picture and the car were mine, I would have retouched the tower clock and corrected the position of the hands before sending it in. The so-called laughing face (10


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