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This weekend a large group of SAAB owners from Germany, Austria and Switzerland met for a three day event at the Schnitzmühle Adventure Camp in the village of Viechtach in the Bavarian Forest, northwest of Munich. The Bavarian Forest, which straddles the mountains on the Czech border, is rather picturesque, with steep grass covered hills, small villages and hamlets occupying the valleys, and each town with its own Gästhaus (guest house/restaurant/hotel) and Biergarten (beer garden). The plans for
Updated Sun 07 October 2012 at 10:33 by rpiereck
Last weekend was offically the middle of the summer, and this weekend the SAAB Club Rhein-Main in Frankfurt, Germany gathered to celebrate and get together. It was a hot and humid day, and many SAABs and their owners showed up.
The event took place at the former SAAB Zentrum Frankfurt, now Harzmann SAAB. The former dealership still shows the colors of our beloved brand, and with the amount of SAABs still being sold and serviced on site one wouldn't think the manufacturer is gone.
Updated Mon 02 July 2012 at 21:26 by rpiereck
The current owner of the car had called me two days ago saying he had someone else who was interested in the car but willing to pay 500 Euro more. He said I was still first in line to buy the car for the price we had agreed, 4000 Euro, but he would like an answer by Monday, or he would sell to the other guy. I don't blame him, 500 Euro is no chump change.
I actually was not really looking to purchase a car for another month or so, I need the car because we have a baby on the way, but
I spent a good time this afternoon washing, waxing and detailing the C900. As soon as I finished the light overcast day opened up into a glorious sunny summer day. Time to go for a drive!
Since the car was as clean as it will ever be I didn't want bugs smashing in the glass and paint, I took it easy, drove slow and enjoyed the warm air.
I drove to
Well, I just returned from the vehicle inspection, and surprisingly the front tires passed inspection. The right front is right at the wear bars and the left is a sliver higher than the wear bars. The inspector recommended that I replace them soon, but he did not fail the car for the tires, which is what I was expecting.
He did however fail the car for a burned left side license plate light, and the reverse lights not working (which I hadn't noticed yet). I had noticed the left side