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The Saab Autumn Meetings 2021

Saab Club Meeting (photo by peterolthof)Saab Club Meeting (photo by peterolthof)

Saab owners club: Saabs are no longer made, but there are plenty of people who cherish their beloved Swedish cars. There are a number of SOC and Saab events planned for 2021. So far all are still going ahead. The Saab Owners Club runs a number of events, including some taking place in Yorkshire.

The Ebor branch is planning a fish and chip run on Sunday September 5. And the Saab autumn meeting is planned for Saturday September 11 at Hatton CountryPark in Warwickshire. Contact the membership team via [email protected] for all issues regarding membership. Also, The Saab Autumn Meeting organized by Saab Owners Club of Great Britain Ltd  will take place on September 11th at Hatton Country Park in Warwickshire. And, AGM 23rd or 30th October at the Oxford Bus Museum, Long Hanborough, Witney.  (Please Note: The date will be confirmed shortly)

Saab Owners Club

Saturday 11th September 2021 – 10am closes 4.30pm – Free Admission to spectators.

Come and join the Saab Owners Club for this special one-day event. All Saab drivers are welcome, discounted membership available, club shop, best car prizes, not necessarily the best condition, its cars voted for by visitors on the day! Car booters are welcome with Saab memorabilia and car spares. Food and snacks available from the onsite Café and Restaurant throughout the day. Hatton Country World is also open with a host of things to see and do -so bring your family along to enjoy what will be a fun filled day for all. Entry to the show field to display your car and enter competitions is £5 per vehicle. Show opens at 10am closes 4.30pm.

Please bear in mind this is subject to change at anytime to keep within Government guidelines

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  • There is also Saab & Wine event in Poland :) 25.09.2021
    Saab & Wine event idea was born because of an unplanned “convertible trip” on a sunny day in August.
    Traversing our Saab convertible scenic routes of the Lesser Poland Gorge of the Vistula, we discovered amazing vineyards, where we were warmly welcomed and hosted by their owners.
    Vine culture remains vibrant and is developing very dynamically in Poland. This is facilitated by the temperate climate and the wonderful people who work hard to create a new chapter on the winemaking cards.
    Delighted with the beauty of the region, refreshed by delicious food and even better wines, we agreed that only a combination of beautiful cars with beautiful natural circumstances could add flavor to our impressions.

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