Blog intern: Two years Saabblog.net

Things develop. But mostly different than you think. On February 9th, 2011 our first article about 300 new biogas Saab 9-3 went online. Our anniversary was actually already on Saturday, but we want to

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SAAB News: Riksgälden handicapped parts sales

It's not really news that comes to us from Sweden. But so that the flood of information remains ... Radio P4 Väst takes up the Saab topic today and writes about the failed sale of Saab Parts AB to an investor. Details can be found in the Vänersborg court files, which can be briefly summarized as follows.

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SAAB News: SAAB dates of the year 2013

Saab is quite alive and the community is more active than ever. In the summer you could visit every weekend a Saab meeting, so large is the selection. Since it is difficult to keep track and sometimes the scheduling is unfortunately not optimal, so that two good events take place on the same date.

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SAAB News: What NEVS paid for Saab

In Sweden, part of the more recent Saab past is being processed. Among other things, it is about the exciting question of what NEVS paid for Saab. According to Swedish radio PV4 Väst, it should total almost 1.7 billion crowns

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SAAB Tag: News from the Saab Fan Shop

So that it will not be boring even in winter, we continue to romp around in our fan shop in a creative way. The Saab Classic collection, which continues to be expanded, now includes the first product ideas of the Saab-Scania era. The Youngtimer collection is for fans of Saab 900 1 and 2 and for all Saab 9000 fans.

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SAAB day: Castriota 9-3 design & Saab passion

The designs for the Saab 9-3 successor to Jason Castriota employ the press. The never-built Saab, which could possibly have saved the brand, haunts the international media. The pictures, however, are rather blurred and justify any speculation.

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SAAB Interview: Interview with Jan-Philipp Schuhmacher

He came to Saab when the biggest crisis in the history of the traditional Swedish brand began. He experienced the black days in December 2011, and he led after the hour zero the successful reconstruction of the spare parts business in Germany and since the middle of last year also in Austria.

I meet Jan-Philipp Schuhmacher, Managing Director of Swedish Distribution Services Germany GmbH, as the German subsidiary of Saab Parts AB is called, in an office tower in Eschborn. There the company has rented two small but functional offices.

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SAAB Weekend: Design (s) Competition

It was of course no coincidence that the pictures of the 9-3 successor appeared in the Swedish press on Friday. Saabsunited planned a big story, which was taken away from the element of surprise and which will now appear late.

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SAAB News: Castriota Saab 9-3 in the media

In Sweden, Saab is in the media. Jason Castriota's design for the 9-3 successor first appeared today at Swedish Radio, later at Auto Motor Sport. The friends of Saabsunited, they are in direct contact with Castriota, will soon deliver even better pictures in higher quality.

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SAAB News: Saabcars.com now online

National Electric Vehicle Sweden today put the new Saab website online. The result is saabier and of higher quality than the investors' previous websites. Saabcars.com is based on what we have from Saab so far

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SAAB News: No participation in motor shows

In Trollhättan one remains persistent. Both to Till and me and to the local newspaper. Saab will not be participating in any car shows this year. Which is a shame and at the same time my personal wish for 2013

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About Jack, Jim, Johnnie and Joe

To understand that by name, I may have to say in advance that an SAAB is not just a car, but a family member. The green 9000 CSE is the longest with us. That was the last 9000, which I got 1998 in Kiel still new and which is up to today the yardstick. In the north one says "fits like a second skin". 2002 got an 900 II convertible from 1997, that's fun and timeless.

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Saab 900 16V or from the turmoil of the first Saab

When I decided a few years ago to buy a youngtimer as a second car, it should definitely be a Saab. It had to be a 901, preferably a coupé with a turbo. The various purchase advice in

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Blog intern: News from the bloggers

It's a daily balancing act. Keeping the balance between the Saab blog and real life, i.e. family, work and friends, is a constant challenge. Saab and the blog are our hobby, and therefore that

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SAAB News: Personal insights

Bloggers are first and foremost fans, especially if you write a Saab blog. Which does not make the situation more relaxed, because every day the view goes towards Trollhättan. How it feels, eternal after sales, and whether there are opportunities for a restart, that bothers us a lot. In December it was still quiet, way too quiet to my liking.

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