Since 1983 we have been a Saab dealer in the US. We also sell Chevrolet, Hummer, Cadillac, Mazda and Volvo. Chevrolet was first in 1969, Chrysler and Saab in 1983, Mazda and Volvo in 2006, and Cadillac in 2008. I have a wife and two children. My partner has a wife and six children. They can drive whatever we sell. Together we have ten Saabs. That does not include our extended families and our friends. When we lost Chrysler this past June it was sad but it was just business. We made a lot of money being an original Hummer dealer and we will miss the gross profit. Our customers are sad or will be sad if they can not continue to do business with us. But losing Saab hurts by far the most. Our children all learned to drive in a Saab. When my daughter exchanged cars with me for service, she could not find the ignition! “Dad, what idiot would ever put the ingition behind the steering wheel?”. Obviously I left her an inferior car to use that day. If only we had sold more Saabs over the years. People who drive a Saab do tend to buy another. GM messed with Saab, a new owner can bring back the Saab Company we all fell in love with. I look forward to a good conclusion to this sad story.