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Saab is dead and no one should cry

The time to cry would have been 20 years ago when they had a chance to innovate and remain independent.

There is no point crying over a company that cannot produce a product the market wants for a price it can charge.

It’s sad (Saabs were quirky, not very reliable, nose-heavy understeerers – but charming in a way).  But not the end of the world.

If the Labor govt had any sense, Rudd would have told the foreign-owned car companies to get lost when they asked for their billions.  Instead, I’ve bought a Holden and a Ford through my taxes without having the privilege of driving either vehicle.

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