RMSC News 2012 Issue 6 November-December 2012

From your Club President

December is the month for the RMSC's annual Christmas Dinner, so no regu- lar meeting is scheduled

Yet another year has passed. 2012 has been a great year for me and I can only hope it is as well for you also. It is always a pleasure to reflect what has happened and how we can improve on, modify, change or go a completely new direction knowing the reason we chose this is because what we did just did not work. We all have had expe- riences we wish we could take back but the facts are that we just can not. Overall I have had some great days. There is no such a thing as a bad day however some days are better than others.

Many memories have been made with Saab in my life. For all our Saab Club members, Saab Owners, Saab enthusiasts, Saab collectors, Saab mechanics, Saab Dealers, Saab vendors, Saab Tuners, Saab is a huge part of our life. I know we are all sad to see the demise of such a great car company. I am proud to have been a part of history, as small as it was. We are all part of his- tory also by owning and believing in this great car. This car is not doing to die in our memories. We, as Saab enthusiasts, will keep this car alive for many years to come.

As for the up coming year, we will continue on the same path we have been on. We will, as a club, keep the spirit of friendship moving up- wards and onward. Look for club events, meet- ings, projects & drives in the upcoming year.

Keep the spirit of Saab alive in all of us.

Jerry Danner, President (Photo by Charles Stoyer)

by Charles Stoyer with help from Karl Kingery

The October meeting was changed from the regular venue to be a working meeting in Jerry’s Mile Hi Body Shop garage. There were two projects for a single 1991 non-turbo classic 900.