A view from the Saab sidelines

I try hard not to get too involved with the current Saab / NEVS situation here on Saab vs. Scepticism, and for very good reason:

A. I just don’t have the time
B. I just don’t know enough

I’ve always relied heavily on SaabsUnited to keep me bang up to date with the happenings in Trollhättan, Sweden. I trust the information and I know that everyone there loves Saabs as much (if not more) as I do.

Over the weekend, some rather sad news hit my inbox, Tim, one of the main guys at SU needs some time away, and I can fully understand why, It must be a never ending task, bringing us all the latest news and events.

On the other hand, the Saab community needs people like Tim, people that truly care about Saab, so I hope he’ll consider having a rest, regain his passion, and come back with more inspirational content sooner rather than later.

My own inspiration comes from the cars themselves, I can’t help it, I just have to look back after parking my Saab, and it makes me smile, not many other cars do that for me (ok, maybe a nice Aston Martin DBS, but that’s not happening for a while, thanks kids).

We all need a bit of inspiration from time to time, to make us question why we do things, so, whoever reads this, take a look, this is why we all love Saabs so much, feeling inspired? 🙂


One thought on “A view from the Saab sidelines

  1. I know what you mean. Whilst helping to ‘Man’ the SOC stand at the ever-excellent Classic car show @ the NEC I had so many people asking about ‘what has happened to Saab?’ or ‘what is the story about electric cars?’ – my answer was always that will have to see. I just wanted people to see the fabulous cars and the enthusiasm there is for them, rather than worrying about if you can still get the parts. Sorry this seems like a rant…….

    Finally I always get huge joy from catching a glimpse of my Saabs (especially when they have just been detailed….) it is always a complete pleasure!

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