Not much Saab progress to report this week. This was a busy weekend, with a couple more busy weekends ahead, for reasons I’ll get into below.
In a deleted Twitter post from Cheshire West earlier this year, “Darren” demonstrates why some potholes don’t need to be patched.
One one hand, an engine just needs sufficient air, fuel, and spark to run. But on the other hand, a modern car has so many engine management bits doing so many things at once, it’s easy to get lost trying to diagnose a problem. That’s where this book comes in handy...
One of the funny things about the Saab’s transmission being under the engine is that there’s no bell-housing to unbolt and use those holes to attach the engine to a stand.
He’s just trying to get out of a speeding ticket.
Oh yes we did.
Is it merely splitting hairs to call a car “front/mid-engined”? Is that not just a variation of front-engined layouts? I believe that front/mid-engine layouts do exist, and they’re a LOT more common than most people realize...
Oh. My. God. Becky.
And is there any chance that it’s still good?
Thought we wouldn’t notice... but we did.
It’s better than new now!