In case you've been in a coma the last few years, Saab is in trouble. It was on the brink of being shut down forever when at the last minute, General Motors sold it to Spyker. Then Spyker started losing massive amounts of money on Saab, and ever since, it's been trying to right the ship.
The list of potential Saab saviors over the last year has dizzying, so we'll skip that. Production finally resumed late last month, but halted again over the weekend. Saab is dangerously close to shutting down again, and even if it restarts, the question is, will anyone buy its cars?Is it last call for Saab? Can the Swedish automaker thrive this time, or will it be curtains? Tweet us your answer and make sure to include the hashtag #SaabStory-- and you'll join the chorus right here via CoverItLive.