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And it will only be sold to a GOOD home... as I have loved and cherished this car in all too short a time....


So no... I'm gonna cut it up and stick a 9000 engine into it Merchants please! :nono;
 

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My 99 turbo was sold on ebay finally, and is going to a Private collector in The Netherlands, who is putting it into his private museum....

I don't know whether I'm happy or sad..... as it means at least the car is going somewhere it will be well looked after, but probably not driven to be enjoyed!
 

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Hello,

I was in great hope to see your car at least once!.....
Sad that you couldn´t keep that car!

Speaking of Dutch-guys:
Did that guy really have a museum litterally??
Or was it a "figure of speach"?

I might jeopardizing my reputation saying this, but I take that chance:

In Netherlands they seem a bit "secret" about their purchase´s-
one never see the cars they bought afterwards, like on homepages et.c.....

At the 60:th year Anniversary /Trollhattan
I saw a couple of them around my car (and others as well)
but once approaching them they disappear in all haste
like they´re shy or something else??

They have an exlusive sale-site in NL called:
Saab-Drachten (not shure I spelled that correct?)
on Which I spotted my car a year ago.....
Didn´t realize from the start that it was a sale-site-
figured that out later on.

Since there was a lot of ?... in the sentence-
I mailed the webmaster and asked if there was anything they wanted
to know, like specs or similar.
The day after the pic was gone and no answer/s came to my attention...

We ALL do have different ways of attitude (both good & bad) depending
what country we´re from.
So my spontanious impression is that our Dutch friends are quite
difficult to "breake the ice" with?.....

Sorry if I make a "hen out of feathers" now......

Regards /JN
 
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