It's always a problem with plans. A shaky one, because most of the time it doesn't work the way you want it to. Anyone who reads the pages here regularly will remember what was planned. Actually, a 9000 project was supposed to roll onto the stage, theoretically there could have been two of them in the meantime.
That was sensible of me, because I would have sold the project in the fall, someone in the scene could have secured a really great Saab with a transparent history. And I finally had a free parking space in the Saab hangar.
As I said, it doesn't work in the slightest. In between came the Saab 9-3 Aero, which I got back as a permanent family loan. Which then wanted to go to the workshop for a pit stop - and which has been a project car ever since.
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