This might be the best SAABtoberfest yet. Warm temperatures, brilliant (mostly) sunshine and convertibles, convertibles, convertibles with not a top up in the lot.
With beautiful Pennsylvania countryside, mostly deserted rural roads (once out of Wilkes Barre), and gorgeous scenery, Lee and Alan outdid themselves. Well done and thanks!
Eurotech kindly opened their shop and supplied complimentary coffee and donuts while the 'festers lined up for registration.
Probably Wilkes Barre never saw this many SAABs, stuffed into every parking place and parking lot prior to the start.
A nice 99 Turbo!
Avis and Tom Nelson of Colorado(!) on the return leg of their vacation camping trip in Nova Scotia. That's Avis' SPG, Tom's antlers and both their mountain bikes up on the roof. Avis and Tom were awarded the SAABtoberfest long distance award this year.
Christine Krueger was also recognized at the lunch break for making the 800+ mile drive from Atlanta to SAABtoberfest for the 4th consecutive year. See Christine on the
SAABtoberfest 2000 page.
Part of the lunchtime lineup
More of the lunchtime lineup
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There were also some parts available at the lunch break.
For the second consecutive SAABtoberfest Renwick Jones' C900 convertible won:
The Highly Coveted Drool Bucket Award
Voted by SAABtoberfest attendees as the car they would most like to drive home.