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  1. #11
    Saab Nut
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    93 9000 CSE, 85 900T
    It's not the money to acquire it, it's the money to restore it.....

    Look in the background and you can see the notchback under some tires.

  2. #12
    Sam Carlson
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    '90 900 LPT with a flat-nose conversion
    Quote Originally Posted by jskrebs View Post
    The notch back is a 2 door and a former pro rally car with a 16V installed.
    Whoawhoa, say what?! That could be worth something, if it's one of the factory rally engines. They look like this:


    SUPER rare. On the other hand, a normal production 16v shoehorned into a 99 is also pretty damn cool.
    Ask me a question about your c900! I promise I either can answer it or know someone who can

  3. #13
    Ian Scott
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    Current: 87 900t, 02 9-5 4d Past: 88 900t, 05 9-5 wagon, 87,89 9000T, 91+85 900S, 84 900 8vt 4d
    Even so.

    But I have a history of buying cars that others turn their noses up at. : P
    '88 900T in my profile was $700- needed gearbox, exhaust, main engine seals, hood, rad support, front bumper, and cv joints to even hit the road If only it was a 99T to begin with haha

  4. #14
    Neil Richardson
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    '88 c900T, '88 c900 SPG, '94 9000 Aero
    Quote Originally Posted by euromobile900 View Post

  5. #15
    Sam Carlson
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    '90 900 LPT with a flat-nose conversion
    Quote Originally Posted by Saabhat93 View Post
    You think that's good, have a look at this.
    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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    Are those red and orange Sonett parts in the background. Pity they didn't make the floor pans of glass.

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    Neil Richardson
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    '88 c900T, '88 c900 SPG, '94 9000 Aero
    Quote Originally Posted by euromobile900 View Post
    You think that's good, have a look at this.
    Oh my... How fun would that be? The wonders of machining.

  8. #18
    Mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by euromobile900 View Post
    You think that's good, have a look at this.
    That guy is a great machinist... does great work.
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    "Sometimes it is better to travel than it is to arrive." - Robert Pirsig

  9. #19
    Saab Nut
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    93 9000 CSE, 85 900T
    SUPER rare. On the other hand, a normal production 16v shoehorned into a 99 is also pretty damn cool.
    I believe it's the latter.

    Are those red and orange Sonett parts in the background. Pity they didn't make the floor pans of glass.
    Yes they are, and it is a pity.
    He has all kinds of stuff from all ages of SAAB. hoods, doors, motors transmissions, bumpers. Has a couple of SPG's out back that look pretty nice.

  10. #20
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    1979 c900, 1991 c900, 1999 9-3
    Wow where is this place? Is he cleaning shop for the township?

 

 

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