I really hate to sell this car, but i need to............ It is 1996 saab 900s and is very nice and very clean, it has 132,000 miles on it with many new parts and upgrades. the interior is like new black leather with no rips or tears, the engine runs great, starts every time, and has been well serviced, it has a new belt and tensioner pulley, Spectre cold air intake. everything on the car works, A/C blows cold, heat works great, all the elctric windows work, trunk release, everything. the only thing that doesn't work is the heated seats, and thats it. It is a Non turbo 2.3l with a 5spd transmission, always shifts into all gears, with no slipping or grinding, works flawlessly. Has New MB 18inch rims with almost new snow tires, (non studded) , Has New Rear shocks, sears put them in a couple weeks ago, Has a New Kenwood ipod compatible stereo with new boss audio rear speakers, and MTX magnum 10inch Subwoofers , with the AMP, also has a rear spoiler, key less entry with an alarm, new Exhaust system, overall the car is in great shape, the only body damage is ther is a dent by the passenger side tail light, a crack in the Rear reflector panel and a cut in the rear bumper on the drivers side. Great car, Non Smoker , i do have the title in hand, and i am willing to negotiate a fair price, but no low ballers please, this car is in great shape, but make an offer and ill let u know what i think, Feel free to send me an email, text or call me at 719-649- 4573, you can txt or email me any time of the day (24hrs) and if u call during the day, i work alot so ide appreciate it if you left a message if i dont answer
Saab 900 SE Turbo 1996 Fuel Pump Removal - without dropping the fuel tank
How to remove a fuel pump on a 1996 Saab 900 SE turbo without dropping the fuel tank. I used a
sheet metal nibbler and gained access to the top of the tank through the
floor underneath the rear seats. Doing it this way, there's less stuff to
disconnect, and access is a lot easier. I'm also the CEO of GunAuction.com
- if you happen to like guns.
1994 saab 900 se turbo for sale $4000 Viggen exhaust BOV
this was taken 9-2-2008 to show what his car looks like right now. I am
selling it to the first $4000 firm
Less than a year old stuff
-Viggen Exhaust just put on.
-clear side blinkers
-bought the talledega spoiler new old stock in 2006, Still have the stock
-New upgraded control arms before i bought it,
-new upgraded shifter linkage right after i bought it.
-New turbo last year, as well as oil pan
checked and cleaned. It was fine (no sludge at all)
-Leather shift boot,
-Custom 9-5 leather ebrake cover,
Serpentine belt in january.
-DIC was replaced.
-9-3 color coated mirrors,
-saab original floor mats (best ever made IMHO),
-saab center arms rest,
-replaced the fog lights with clearer ones,
-new rear saab center emblem in june,
-new rear brake rotors i box, (have slotted and different pads that will go
if i get the asking price.
-new pads all around, new stock rear rotors January.
-I had rust on the right left panel and had someone bump it in a parking
lot, so insurance paid for the replacement and painted the left side.
-all door dings were removed and the right side was painted from a shopping
cart incident at lowes.
There are no door dings AT ALL! Paint is shiny (just look at the photos)
Hood, roof, hatch, and left front fender Are slightly faded unless I
constatly keep freadhly waxed. (which i do, my neighbor think i'm crazy)
-Forge bow off valve
Genuine saab intake
Car has been gone over basically restored by me. I always dreamed of having
the 94 900 turbo havning fallen in love
with Saab in 199-93 when i bought my first Saab. Red was always the car to
have for me and when i found one i had to have it. if something wasn't
right, i fixed it.
Car is tight and turbo pulls strong. The
water pump started making a little noise, so i'm replacing that asap. So
the car is basically good for another 100,000 miles with everything i
windows are tinted and I put carbon fiber vinyl on the sides, but those are
just cosmetic no value things in my opinion. The dash and center console
also have the wood grain which is taste-full, but strictly cosmetic too.
Tranny was just flushed and filled with syncromesh Pennsoil. Synthetic was
in previously, but Saab changed it and i would've had to flush with that
stuff which was twice the price.
I religiously change the oil at 3000 miles and always, always run 92+
octane. Radiator was flushed with the idler pulley and will be again with
The dash and Speedo started to flicker and 2 bulbs burnt out, so i
purchased one with 20,000 less miles on it (ebay) and replaced it. lights
up fine now, and while i was fixing that i made sure i replaced the ACC
Whoa I think i said too much. lol
Some negative: The hatch has some rust i started to repair. I stripped the
rust and put rust inhibitor paint and just sprayed factory paint over it.
Stopped the rust from getting worse and looks good from ten feet, but need
Cruise works, but doesn't go off when pushing in clutch. (Bad switch) So
you have to tap the brakes before pushing in the clutch. After I got the
shofterlinkage installed I have to hodld the shifter in reverse to take the
key out. It whas also popped out of gear going in reverse, so I just make
sure i hold it when goiung backwards.
I' sure it is just an adjustment, just never bothered me enough to fix it.
i recently purchased a Viggen, and 9-3 900 turbo, Selling two keeping Viggen and SPG. The 9-3
still needs work before i would sell it to anyone, but before i knew i was
selling, this year I actual put this car in the Carlisle Import show.
(didn't win, but I felt like it's worthy of showing to people with the
quality of work)
I spent hundreds of dollars and time to get this car ready to sell.
1998 Saab 900 Turbo Test Drive
Everything you see in this video is computer generated. This is only a
test, no laws were broken, and no other drivers feelings were hurt in the
making of this simulation.
Saab 900 classic, Turbo, CV, cabrio, convertible, GT
This is a tribute to the Saab 900 classic. Look how the couple enjoy's
driving and pleasing the real Saab lover!
This video of 2,5 minutes is a tribute to one of the most beautiful cars
there is: the Saab 900 classic. In this little video you'll see a couple:
the black Saab 900 CV (cabrio) full turbo (205 PK/horsepower) from 1992 and
the black Saab full turbo GT from 1993.
The Saab GT is very rare; there are not much GT's left.
Saab 900 Used Car Review
Ian Royle has some advice for people who are looking to purchase a
second-hand Saab, he uses the Saab 900 as an example and show you the areas
you should keep an eye on.
1988 Saab 900 Turbo Convertible, Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 1988 Saab 900 turbo Convertible. I take viewers on a close look
through the interior and exterior of this car while showing details, over
viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues to the vehicle itself.
I also show the engine and the details of it, start it up and see how it
sounds under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to
give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
This Saab 900 Was Built to Last
On a brisk Utah morning, at the base of a ski resort, we spent some time
with a Saab 900 SPG. Owner, Jordan Melville, dives into his love for Saab,
detailing how he brought this 900 back from the brink of the wrecking yard
to experience the car as if it were brand new.While modern day Saab
struggles to keep their cars on the road, Jordan's 900 SPG keeps the flame
2000 Saab 9-3 2.0 Turbo Start Up, Engine, and Full Tour
In this video I give a full in depth review and tour on a 2000 Saab 9-3
hatchback. I take viewers on a close look through the interior and
exterior of this car while showing details, over viewing of features, and
noting unique styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine,
start it up, and give a short drive and the details of it. A through
review of this car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation
of the vehicle.