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  1. Hello
    I just joined the club today. Under instructions to join it said credit card payment was acceptable if not hooked to pay pal.
    I have not paid the annual fee as yet. Please let me know how this can be accomplished.
    My Wife and I live in Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island and are hoping to make contact with other Saab owners who live nearby.
    We are the 3rd owners of a 1994 900 turbo convertible 5 speed; red over tan.
    Thank you;
    John & Ewaa Hutton

    1. Hello,
      Please let me know if you still wish to join the club. A credit card option should work. Just choose the Paypal first and you will see 2 sub-choices. Paypal or credit card.
      Martin, membership chair.

  2. Hello
    I just joined the club today. Under instructions to join it said credit cars payment was acceptable if not hooked to pay pal.
    I have not paid the annual fee as yet. Please let me know how this can be accomplished.
    My Wife and I live in Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island and are hoping to make contact with other Saab owners who live nearby.
    We are the 3rd owners of a 1994 900 turbo convertible 5 speed; red over tan.
    Thank you;
    John & Ewaa Hutton

    1. I have forwarded your post to the membership coordinator.

      As far as payment goes, you should be able to go into PayPal, select “I don’t have a PayPal account”, and decline to create one, and still complete the transaction. (That’s how I have made my payments. However sometimes the account settings can get scrambled.)

  3. March 24/2017. I collected informations from professional firms:
    You can have Brokers do all the paper work for about 1,800 to 2,000 dollars.Most Saab are importable to Canada but,beeing built
    in Sweden,pay import duty.All together,excluding transportation,
    and our currency at 0.75 cent on the USA dollar,the USA $ asking
    price ended up with a 60 % plus.
    A Saab, I was looking for, at $ 12,500 would cost, to import,about, $20,000.cnd

    1. Back when the Canadian dollar was close to par with the US dollar, a lot of cars were brought in from the US. I assume there are ways to get the paperwork done cheaper. But with the exchange rate, it would only make sense for a bargain rust-free car, or an exceptionally rare car that you really really want.

  4. I’m not sure if my post was done. So I replica:
    I would like to import from the USA a : Saab 9-3 Aero Turbo 6 Convertible.If some body went through this difficult procedure
    (for the buracracy involved),could,please,share the experience?
    I started,got lost. Please a little help here !
    With my regards.
    V. Runcini

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