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Toa Norik: [i]This cache has been archived by a Swedish reviewer.[/i]


För ett tag sedan frågade jag dig om dina planer för denna cache och det är nu tid för arkivering.

Om du vill reparera/återställa den någon gång i framtiden är du välkommen att ta kontakt med oss, lämpligen via Om din cache då följer gällande riktlinjer så avarkiverar jag eller någon av mina kollegor den gärna åt dig.

Toa Norik (reviewer)



A cache by darkest61 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 08/12/2004
1 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Marshy ground around the site.

Full-scale production of the Saab 92 commenced on 12 December 1949, the model year 1950 car - 700 of which were made. Saab manufactured 1,246 cars in 1950 - all of them green - and production increased by more than 2,000 units a year. The target of 8,000 cars in the first four years was exceeded by 1,000. It has been said that the reason that the first Saabs were available in this colour only was that they had a surplus of green paint left over from their wartime aircraft production.
The cache is a blue/white plastic box containing:
4 cars (no SAAB´s)
1 Danish 20 kronor coin.
1 Swedish 1-krona coin issued 1943

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