Green Wheels: Saab on Death Watch

Green Wheels: Saab on Death Watch

There are 2 comments on the Connecticut's WB 20 story from Sep 26, 2011, titled Green Wheels: Saab on Death Watch. In it, Connecticut's WB 20 reports that:

Does the life or death of Saab mean something to you? It's perfectly possible to live an exemplary Connecticut life without ever having this carmaker impact your life.

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#1 Sep 27, 2011
Saabs have always been popular in New England, mostly in New Hampshire and Vermont.
I am hoping for a recovery for Saab though I think they need to find the base of customers that made them popular.
Saab had always been a very practical and good utility car. One that the seats folded down to load extra cargo and would go in snow.
Older Saabs are being looked for at where all models shown.
Steven Lowe

United States

#2 Oct 7, 2011
Saab has always been a quality car, held a very high standard of manufacture, be very sad to see it fall. Have wanted a Saab for many years.

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