Depending on your viewpoint of Saab, this is either the most heartwarming thing you'll read all day, or as sad and pitiable as a disabled puppy struggling to walk.
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Now that the entire company’s been pawned off like so many storage units on a Discovery Channel show, Saab’s entire 100+ car collection in its home base of Trollhättan is up for grabs to the greedy, unwashed masses.
In best example of Asian fusion since PF Chang’s, Geely Automobile has denied a rumor that it was looking to purchase Saab, because it already has its hands full with another Swedish automaker: Volvo.
Lost in all the headlines about Saab's current misfortunes is the fact that the company actually has an interesting history beyond who owned it at any given time.