It's late afternoon, sometime a few days ago. The sun is shining and there is a hint of early spring in the air. I'm busy in the garage vacuuming the interior of the 9000. The dirt of winter annoys me, a cleanliness update must be regular.
Mild air blows through the garage doors, both of which are open. In the right half is the Saab 9-5 Aero, motionless for months. I actually managed to do it and spared him the winter operation. Heroically, as an automotive comfort person and preferred automatic driver, I sat behind the wheel of the 9000 day after day. It is shifted manually, and I persevered. Not that it was difficult, the gearbox is actually a pleasure.
But well, you know...
After 10 minutes I turn on the historically iconic Dyson DC02 away. The attraction of the first Saab exit this year, in the winter sun, grabbed me. The Aero is (briefly) allowed on the road.
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