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 Documentary History
Saab was losing money big time. The 92,93,96 series had stopped production
(1980 in Scandinavia). Few of these small car owners had been able to
"jump" to the 99. Now, the 99 had just ceased production.
Saab had shared the development costs of the 9000 with the Fiat group,
eventually including Lancia & Alfa versions of the 9000. In order to meet
the needs of old 92,93,96,99 owners, Saab manufactured the Saab 600, a
version of the Lancia Delta -- but made in Finland. The video follows a red
one on the road.
They also became the importer of Lancia into Sweden, and all Saab dealers
offered Lancias to try and keep the old owners. They obviously didn't offer
the Lancia Thema, which was the Lancia version of the Saab 9000. Tiny
Sweden became the best export market for Lancia (Even today Lancia outsells
The 9000 was an international success, but by 1988 Saab was again looking
for a partner. Fiat & Mazda seemed to be in the frame, but in December 1989
GM acquired 50% of Saab, following very shortly after Fords acquisition of
Of course, there is much to say about the future joint 20% share purchases
by GM & Fiat around 2000, then GM paying USD 2bn to get out of the deal.
Then the Fiat group became very profitable and now has a stock value far
higher than GM. The long term benefit to GM in Europe is the replacement of
GM/Isuzu diesel engines with Fiat diesel engines.