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Saab Granted Stay Of Execution As Spyker Prepares 11th Hour Bid

Posted in auto industry, Cars, GM, Luxury Cars, Newsworthy, Saab, Spyker by Suzanne Denbow | January 4th, 2010 | 1 Response |


After Koenigsegg’s bid for Saab fell through and General Motors announced their ailing Swedish subsidiary would begin winding down operations in January, Dutch supercar maker Spyker once again prepared a bid for the brand. Rejected twice during preliminary negotiations for failing to agree to perform thrice weekly fellatio, or something equally as absurd, Spyker now appears to be topping the General’s list of preferred bidders. By Friday, a formal offer is expected to be filed that, in keeping with their apparent custom, GM will proceed to blow.

Check back later for official updates, or don’t. You could probably write the story yourself at this point.

Bonus round: how many phallic references were made in this article? Could there have been more? Discuss.

Source: Reuters

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  1. gohan2525 says:

    these companies need to stop ghost bidding