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  1. #11
    Renato Piereck
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    '00 9-5 Aero SC, 87 900i 8v
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    Forget the bumpers, just put some lower springs on that EMS. Nice 99!

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    Chris
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    1973 99 EMS..1996 9k AERO..1984 c900T
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    looking for the early small metal bumper for the front (nothing on the rear..filled the holes)...and yes she sits too high planning on cutting the front springs (no lowering springs for the early 99's...c900's were a heavier car so i would end up with the same stance)

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  3. #13
    Renato Piereck
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    '00 9-5 Aero SC, 87 900i 8v
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    Man, that body looks straight!

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    Chris
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    1973 99 EMS..1996 9k AERO..1984 c900T
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    Sam Carlson
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    '90 900 LPT with a flat-nose conversion
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    That is a BEAUTY!! But why lower it?

    My flat-nose '86 900 sits that high. I rather like it--something different from the "me-too" lowering crowd, if you know what I mean. I rather enjoy the muscular look of a high-up SAAB on big tires. It's not like they're particularly aerodynamic anyway, and it's too much work to put proper sway bars on my car to make it handle well

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    Ask me a question about your c900! I promise I either can answer it or know someone who can

  6. #16
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    93 9000 CSE, 85 900T
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    Look at this one

    1977 Saab 99 - $2750 (Voorheesville)

    65k Miles!

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    Sam Carlson
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    '90 900 LPT with a flat-nose conversion
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    WOW. I wonder why no rust. If they daily-drove it in the Albany area, that seems strange. You tempt me... Wish I were still looking for another car, or had any room at all. The 900 my girlfriend ended up buying is falling apart at the autobox, and requires about 5 hours of work per week just to keep on the road.

    Someone ought to save that car, though! It could well end up being something awful, but if it isn't, I'd like to see it go into good hands. That owner doesn't seem like the most meticulous person, judging by his spelling and grammar.

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    Last edited by euromobile900; 29 January 2013 at 14:28.
    Ask me a question about your c900! I promise I either can answer it or know someone who can

 

 

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