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    Frank
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    Registry # 2012-45 Saab 9-5 SportCombi

    Last known Location Tjörn, Wallhamn - Sweden
    Last known Date 2013
    Last known Owner Saab - KVD auction
    VIN YS3GR5NK7C4000045

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    Picture from the KVD auction.

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    There are several pictures from Saabrobz here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/saabro...7627794571298/
    The car shows the Swedish license plate LGT 271 in October 2011.

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    The German site Saabblog.net posted a video about #45 on the road in Germany:



    They also report on #45: Wo ist Saab 9-5 Sportkombi LGT 271? | Der SAAB Fan und News Blog

    Venza Cars in the Netherlands bought this 2012 SportCombi from the KVD auction and they report it was recently sold to a new owner in Norway.

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    Yes, I bought the car, and I am doing some minor repair and adjustments with the Saab garage near San Sebastian in Spain. I intend to get Spanish number plates on the car, but it might not be too easy, as the Spanish authorities do not like too much the German papers I have, but insist on a COC - Certificate of Compliance. Any advice??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans Chr. View Post
    Yes, I bought the car, and I am doing some minor repair and adjustments with the Saab garage near San Sebastian in Spain. I intend to get Spanish number plates on the car, but it might not be too easy, as the Spanish authorities do not like too much the German papers I have, but insist on a COC - Certificate of Compliance. Any advice??
    Hans,

    You may want to try the route that I took: get the car permanently registered in Germany and then export to another EU country. More info on The saga about but PM me if you have specific questions.
    This route is more or less proven given that (with the exception of the Norwegian SC) all other road legal SCs followed the same process.

    Michel

 

 

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